This ski rental package for kids and teens aged 17 and under includes:
- Ski boots
- Ski helmet
- Ski poles
Important - Have You Purchased Your Day Pass at Blue Mountain?
Due to the government of Ontario's capacity limitations as a result of COVID-19, Blue Mountain has only released a limited number of day passes.
In other words, if you don't have a day pass, we don't recommend that you pre-book ski or snowboard rentals.
You're welcome to contact us if you have any further questions.
Skier Ability Levels
Beginners are still learning the basics. They’re working towards having full control of their movement and total confidence on their skis, so they’ll need a ski that’s flexible and forgiving.
These skiers are now pretty comfortable and adept on their skis. They can gain a good amount of speed when skiing. However, they may still have trouble with tougher terrains.
Even in less than ideal weather or on rough terrain, advanced skiers are confident and in control thanks to their solid ski skills.
Experts can ski in any snow condition and terrain, all while maintaining total control of themselves at high speeds. Experts need stiff ski boots that can truly handle speed and precision.
How To Measure Your Helmet Size
You will need:
- A soft tape measure (think IKEA or a sewing tape measure) OR a piece of string/twine/yarn
- Wrap the soft tape measure or the string around your head about an inch above your eyebrows or just above your ears. This is the widest part of your head.
- Take note of the size of your head in CM (centimeters).
- Refer to the table below to convert the CM into your helmet size.
|Helmet Size||Size Range|
|XS||51cm or less|
|S||51 - 55cm|
|M||55 - 59cm|
|L||59 - 63cm|
|XL||63cm or more|