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Places That Offer Downhill Ski Rentals Near Lake George

Need downhill ski rentals? We've rounded up where to rent downhill skiing equipment close to Lake George. Always check ahead for hours, prices, and availability with individual establishments.

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Sports Page Ski & Patio

Sports Page Ski & Patio in Queensbury offers ski and snowboard rentals along with rentals of individual pieces of ski equipment like helmets, boots, and poles; you can also opt for a ski rental or snowboard rental package, available for adults and kids.

They're located at 138 Quaker Road in Queensbury and you can find current hours at their webstie at

Cunningham's Ski Barn

Cunningham's Ski Barn is a full-service ski and snowboard shop with locations in North Creek and Lake Placid. They offer downhill ski, snowboard, cross-country ski, and snowboard rentals with add-on options for boots, helmet, and other gear, and they also have a group rate.

Their two locations are 1 Main Street in North Creek and 2599 Main Street in Lake Placid. Get more info at

Lake Placid Ski & Board

Lake Placid Ski & Board rents ski equipment for men, women, and kids and they're located just minutes from Whiteface Mountain. Rent for a day, weekend, a week, or an entire season. They carry Burton, Taomic, Rossignol, and more.

Lake Placid Ski & Board is at 2532 Main Street in Lake Placid. Find hours and info at

Alpine Spots Shop

Located south of Lake George in Saratoga Springs, Alpine Sports Shop offers downhill ski, cross-country ski, and snowshoe rentals. Their Volkl skis put new skiers in the comfort zone quickly and provide experienced skiers the feeling of more control.

They're located at 399 Clinton Street in Saratoga Springs. See the prices and more info at

Get Your Rentals & Continue on to Your Skiing Destination

If you're heading north from New York City, the Catskills, or the Capital Region to ski in the Adirondacks or Vermont, the Lake George region is conveniently along the way. Check out the above stores for what you need, and plan to stop and pick up your rentals on your way.

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