alpine rentals

Rent Ski and Snowboard Gear

For downhill ski rentals at Manning Park Resort we have you covered. We offer ski, boots, poles, and helmet rentals for a variety of ages. Forget something? No problem! We also rent individual items. For alpine skiers and snowboarders — our rental department has it all.

We offer full rental prices. For a complete list of prices, please see below. The full package includes helmet rental.

Buying your rentals the day you plan to ski/ride? Day-of-rentals are available for online purchase until 7:45 am.

Ski and Snowboard Equipment Rentals

ski and snowboard packages

Ski package includes ski, boots, poles and helmet. Snowboard package includes board, boots, and helmet.
FULL DAY9:00am-4:00pm
ADULT (19+) $46
YOUTH (13-18) $46
JUNIOR & SENIOR (7-12 & 65+) $36
CHILD (0-6) $26

Plus applicable taxes.

ski and snowboard equipment

ADULT (19+) $28 $18 $6 $9
YOUTH (13-18) $28 $18 $6 $9
JUNIOR & SENIOR (7-12 & 65+) $23 $13 $6 $9
CHILD (0-6) $16 $13 $6 $9

Plus applicable taxes.

performance skis

 FULL DAY9:00am-4:00pm

Plus applicable taxes.

Rental Details

  • Persons under 19 years of age require a parent or legal guardian present to sign the rental agreement
  • A deposit is required for all rentals
  • All prices are in Canadian funds
  • Prices listed do not include applicable taxes
  • All products are non-transferable and non-refundable upon purchase

New for skiers!

Rent a pair of high-performance demo skis.


Head Total Joy – a perfect combination of lightweight, stability and balance, both on and off-piste.

Head V-Shape V10 – this is a new shining star in off-piste terrain. Thanks to its geometry, this is a ski that is born to turn. The broad shovel actively supports turn initiation. What’s more, the V-Shape V10 is also fun on the piste.

Head Kore 99 – If freeride is your passion, the Kore 99 will take you there. It’s simply the perfect ski for your off-piste adventures in the fresh powder. Yet it is also an excellent performer on the groomed slopes.

Head Kore 105 – You can’t go wrong with the Kore 105. It’s the lightest powder ski of its type on the market. Making it the perfect ski for good free-riders who also like to flex their on-piste muscles.