i ain't mad atcha
Also is there anyway you guys know of, that you can find where the ski shops that the mountains rent or buy from, are located?
seriously? Theres this local urban legend about this thing with the all kinds of easily found information...I think its called "teh interwebz" or some shit, but maybe a phone book is more your speed?
I would think you could "insert mountain name in google" and get the specific answers for what you are talking about.
It is honestly my goal to not rip people if the issue is language (non-english), because that is just ignorant and in poor taste. If that is the case I certainly apologize.
If not your question is worded confusingly and sounds like an easy answer if you would simply look up the information for the specific mountain you are looking at. Here in CO from my experience it is generally accepted that it is better to rent off the mountain as it is significantly cheaper (there are exceptions and if looking to rent higher end gear may not be as much of a concern as perhaps finding a specific brand/model that you want to ride). Most rental shops carry a fleet of generic shit boards that serve as most of their rentals, and then they also usually carry a smaller selection of higher end decks that you can rent at an increased price.
If I wanted to know what Loveland rents for example I would look it up on their website and then call them for specifics, but based on the original question, how the fuck can we help?
Don't worry I'm no pro (by a longshot), and I welcome the newb riders as long as they don't ski, skiblade or tele.
Wow I put way too much effort into this post helping you pee ahhahahahahahahaha......