Ski's and Poles

From: £18.00

Skis and Poles Rental in Aviemore

 

Why Active?
  • A huge range of equipment
  • Serviced regularly and well looked after
  • Over 20 years experience in the industry
  • Friendly and welcoming staff
  • We cater for individuals, families and groups – you name it we can do it!
  • Save on baggage fees having to fly equipment with you if you are visiting the area – keeping hassle to a minimum
  • In the weekends and February half term most places sell out quick. But we have enough kit to cope with even the busiest periods.
  • Our experienced ski technicians ensure that your equipment is set up correctly and safely

availability

if you are looking to rent winter kit and the dates don’t appear to be available this is because we may already have sold out- you can email us with exactly what your looking for and the dates we will check and get back to you

Booking Info

Pick up is from 07:45 – Return is by 17:00 on final day

Booking Info

Terms and conditions * 

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Skier * 

Skier Type (See chart opposite for info)

Skis and Poles Rental in Aviemore & the Cairngorms

Spending this winter on the slopes? Look no further for your ski rental. Active Outdoor Pursuits rent skis, ski boots, poles, snowboards, snowboard boots and helmets for adults and children. Collection is from the Cairngorms Adventure Centre 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

Weight KG ► Height CM ▼ <49 50-59 60-69 80-89 90-95 95+
<152
115-130
125-140
130-145
135-150
140-155
145-160
154-168
135-150
145-155
150-160
155-165
160-170
165-175
168-195+
150-160
155-165
160-170
165-175
170-180
175-185

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 Type III 
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. Aggressive, higher speed skiing on all runs, in all conditions and venturing off piste. Skiers who designate themselves Type 3 must accept higher binding release/retention settings.
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