0 # webadmin 2011-02-20 18:53
The least expensive is to stop by one of the 'big-box' sports stores in Denver like Sports Authority or Gart Sports or a front-range branch of a rental speciallist like Christy Sports or Breeze Rentals or Boulder Ski Deals. Most of these places offer you the ability to bring the skis or boards back the next day for now extra charge. (www.sportsauthority.com)

I think the BEST way though, is to rent near the mountain. That way if you have any issues (equipment problems, or fit issues) you aren't out of luck. It also saves 2 stops since you don't have to make trip to rent, then ski, then return the rentals. Usually for rent on-mountain convenience, you have to pay about double, but there are usually on-mountain discount spots. In Keystone, that spot is Mountain View Sports in the Mountain View Plaza. (www.mountainviewsports.com)

If you're lodging at Keystone, for ultimate convenience, there are a few 'ski butler' services that bring your skis to your room and fit you there. You'll pay alot, but the personal service can really be nice. (www.skibutlers.com)
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