Ski Touring Skis, Skins & Crampons
Ski touring & mountaineering rental in Aviemore and the Cairngorms. We even drop them right to your door for no extra charge! Look no further for your ski touring & mountaineering rental in Aviemore, the Cairngorms and Scotland.
Ski Mountaineering & Touring Rental in Aviemore, the Cairngorms & Scotland
Ski touring & mountaineering rental in Aviemore, the Cairngorms & Scotland. We even drop them right to your door for no extra charge! Spending this winter on the hills? Look no further for your ski touring & mountaineering hire in Aviemore and Scotland. Active Outdoor Pursuits rent ski touring skis, boots, poles, helmets and of course snowboards and skis for piste usage.
We provide and deliver the ski touring and mountaineering rental to your home or accommodation* in the Aviemore and Cairngorms area so you don’t have to travel to collect the equipment. Should you prefer to collect it you can do so from the Cairngorms Adventure Centre.
We also offer accommodation at our centre in Newtonmore which is perfectly located to head into the Monadhliath, Cairngorms or drive over to the Nevis range for your ski touring options.
If you are interested, we also offer ski touring lessons and courses instead of hire – these take place in the Aviemore area as well as other parts of Scotland depending on the conditions.
If you are uncertain about your exact shoe size we advise that you go up a half size as boot volume can be easily reduced.
Ski Length Guide
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Skier Type Guide
The skier type guide helps us to ensure we set up your equipment correctly and safely for your day on the slopes. If you never or have very little ski / board experience you will be a type 1.
|Type I||Type II|
|Skis cautiously and prefer skiing at slower speeds. Happy on easy or moderate, Green or Blue slopes. Novice/cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings. Entry level skiers uncertain of their classification.||Skiing more confidently at faster speeds. Preferring mixed terrain and steeper gradients, typically Blue or Red slopes. Average/moderate skiing at average release/retention settings.|