Rental of skiing equipment online

How to order?



Acquaint oneself with the short instruction. Only several easy activities to make an order preliminary, guarantee receive of the discount from 20 to 30%, from it’s usually value in the shop.

Step 1:
In the ordering chart: choose the country and then to find the resort (city) that you need in the list. On this resort the SKISOF cooperate with rental agencies, which are situated nearly the elevators, and shops will be chosen automatically.

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Step 2:
To choose the term of lease which was planned for skiing you need to point the first day of the skiing and the amount of the days. You can receive your order day before, from 6 p.m. You need to return the equipment at the end of lease term till 9 a. m. next day.

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Step 3:
To select the available equipment from the list. At first, choose the person for which you are doing the order – man, woman or child. Then, choose the equipment from the list. You can also order boots and helmet with skies or snowboard. In this case, you need to put a mark next to this type of equipment in the appropriate window.

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Step 4:
Now, you only need to confirm and pay your order!
(You will need to specify your surname, first name, stature, weight and size of shoes).

Step 5:
After confirming of your order you’ll receive the letter on your e-mail (which you write in the ordering chart).

Then print it out to show at the rental shop of choosing resort.

Delicious food awaits hungry skiers near Tellur


TELLURIDE, Colo. — The powdery, soft snow is dry and blustery, as if the clouds above Telluride parted and dropped fine feathers upon the 14,000-foot peaks. “We definitely got the winners’ share of early season’s storms, setting Telluride up with great conditions, and the snow has really turned on in the second half,” says Dave Riley, CEO of Telluride Ski Resort. Snow conditions report 11 inches of snowfall last week, with a 61-inch base — and more snow expected this week. Perched at 10,000 feet, the outdoor bar and restaurant Bon Vivant, which opened this season, beckons exhilarated skiers hungry for rustic French cuisine, such as hearty French onion soup made with Colorado apple cider. Its massive deck, sheltered from the elements by a giant 39-foot heated umbrella, boasts unrivaled views of rugged Palmyra Peak. Underneath, a chef makes crepes. The bartender warms diners with hot coffee or chocolate spiked with Chambord or Grand Marnier and lashings of snowy whipped cream. Restaurants like Bon Vivant speckled around Telluride let skiers dine without the inconvenience of being funneled into one general eating area. “In America, you eat to ski, but in Europe, you ski to eat,” Riley says. Telluride aims for the latter. “Our best-kept secret on the mountain is the smokehouse, a small shack located behind Gorrono Ranch restaurant,” says Stephen Roth, the resort’s executive chef of culinary services. The menu includes rotisserie chicken, ribs and Kobe beef sandwiches. And for the most elevated dining experience in North America, Roth recommends Alpino Vino, an intimate dining experience for 26 guests at 12,000 feet. “With the days a little longer now, the alpenglow from Alpino Vino is just spectacular,” he says. A free gondola service connects the town of Telluride to Mountain Village, the epicenter of the resort, where all 18 ski lifts are currently open.


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