The Ski Renter is Temporarily Closed

The Ski Renter Will Be Closed Until April 7, Or Until the Current Shelter-In-Place Directive Is Lifted

Per the Shelter-In-Place directive from the County of Santa Clara, The Ski Renter will be temporarily closed until April 7, and/or when the directive is lifted.

For what it is worth, most, if not all, of the Northern California ski resorts are closed for at least the next few days, most through the end of March, a few for the season, due to a combination of winter storms expected over the next few days, coupled with the need to minimize spreading of the Coronavirus.

However, if you need to return equipment to us, you can make reservations to do so with us by email.

For those of you who have season leases, that equipment is due back April 15, by which time this directive will hopefully have expired. If you need to return your equipment before then (for example, you are moving out of the area), again, please make reservations with us by email.

As ski resorts re-open and the CDC indicates it is OK to do so, we will resume normal operations according to the protocols recommended by CDC at that time.

We very much appreciate your business and are sorry for this disruption in services, especially since most of the ski hills are just receiving some of the best snow of the season! We do wish you the best of health and happiness, and we look forward to serving you again in the near future.

Keep thinking snow!
George and Kathy Denise, Owners of The Ski Renter of Cupertino
10675 S. De Anza Blvd. Email tsr@theskirenters.com or call 408-255-9600

Snow Is In the Forecast

We were getting worried!

It hasn’t snowed significantly in several weeks. There is still plenty of snow on the mountains… as of today at Squaw, for example, there is 35” at base and 83” on top. Still, it’s old snow, ice and slush. It’s OK where it’s groomed, but there hasn’t been much powder, if any. But don’t despair; the snow is back!

The mountains received several inches the past few days, with more predicted for this coming Saturday through Tuesday the 17th; 20 inches over the next week! The lines won’t be as long now that the big holidays are over, and the drive to and from the slopes should be much easier, too. So stop by, pick up some gear and head for the mountains!

Out of town visitors with no gear? Here on a temporary assignment and didn’t bring your equipment with you? In addition to skis and snowboards, we rent pants, jackets, after ski boots, cross-country skis and snowshoes—and really, pretty much anything else you might need. we try to be your one stop shop for snow sports! Why buy when you can rent?

Remember that when you rent from us, you are supporting a family-owned, green-certified business, with one of the largest inventories in the Valley. Our goal is to provide you great equipment and great service at competitive prices, just like we have been doing for the past 46 years. So come see us. We are The Ski Renter of Cupertino, 10675 S. De Anza Blvd. If you have been here in the last few years, we have your measurements on file. Just email us to make a reservation at tsr@theskirenters.com or call 408-255-9600. And remember — think snow!