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South Lake Tahoe Ski Rentals- experience

Anklebiter

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Ok, I did a quick search through older topics, but couldn't fine what I was looking for. Does anybody have any experience with renting skis in South Lake Tahoe? I've started researching, but would like some first hand knowledge. I see ski butler's have a wide variety of gear, but are higher priced then some of the other places. I'm doing the research for a group of guys (4 to 8) with all different abilities, but mostly intermediate to advanced. We are heading out the second week of March, so I have plenty of time. Any feedback is appreciated.
 
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Powder house seems to do quite a bit of business. I'm assuming they got their shit together.

Where are you staying?
 

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Anything on ski run blvd would be real close to you. There are a bunch of places on that strip, probably some good deals to be had at the smaller operations.
 

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My roomate had a healthy stack of rental and lesson vouchers last year that just got thrown out.

I think powder house probably carries a good selection of quality stuff.
 

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Usually the ski rentals have some packages like a skiing lesson and so on, look for a shop that provide rentals without such packages.
 
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