Carbon Neutral

The Ski Renter produces 31 tons of carbon equivalents each year (74% better than similar businesses), and we purchase renewable energy credits (RECs) to offset these 31 tons, effectively making The Ski Renter a “Carbon Neutral Business”.

Party at The Ski Renter and You’re Invited

You’re invited to our 1st annual Season Kick-Off Party and Fundraiser on December 5th!
Come celebrate our 6th season, check out our new equipment and help The Ski Renter, together with Toys for Tots, provide holiday gifts for less fortunate children in our community. All day we’ll be offering discounts to help you prepare for the season:

  • Hand waxes for only $5
  • 15% off all resale goods
  • 30% off tune-ups

Join us from 4pm-9pm and:

  • Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a glass of wine or cider
  • Catch a peek of Warren Miller’s ski and snowboard film: Like There Is No Tomorrow
  • Hold your breath as The Ski Renter gives away 5 weekend rental packages*

* If you bring a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots, you will be entered in a drawing to win one of the 5 weekend rental packages we’ll be giving away!

See you soon, and as always, Think Snow!

We’re gearing up for a great ski season!

Opening day for The Ski Renter is November 15th. Weather predictions for this season are cooler than average temperatures with higher than normal precipitation. And once again, we have expanded The Ski Renter’s inventory!

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Ski Season Is Rapidly Approaching!

Cupertino – It’s November. We’ve already seen snow in the Sierra Nevada. The temperature has dropped. And we’re been busy getting The Ski Renter ready for another season. Ski season is almost here!

After two consecutive seasons of low snowfall, the predictions are looking up for this year. The Farmer’s Almanac is predicting above normal snowfall and below normal temperatures. So are several other sources of weather information.

To be sure, they don’t all agree, and while science is applied in predicting the weather, weather prediction is still more of an art than a science. So we just have to wait and see. Regardless, the ski season is almost on us and snow is on the way!

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