Rental Shop

Mount Sima is happy to provide your ski or snowboarding gear for the day.

Visit our on-site rental shop for all your gear needs. 

The rental shop is open half an hour before lifts start during all of Mount Sima’s regular operating days.

For more information, please call 867-668-4557 or email


Adult (18+)Senior (65+)Youth (13-17)Child (12 and under)
Multi-DayFull Day½ DayMulti-DayFull Day½ DayMulti-DayFull Day½ DayMulti-DayFull Day½ Day
Complete ski/board package*$38$45$34$25$30$26$25$30$26$22$26$21
Ski/board only**$29$35$28$22$26$20$22$26$20$17$21$16
Boots only$22$26$21$17$21$16$17$21$16$12$15$13
Sno-Go: First Time Package***$95
Poles Only$10$12
Helmet Only $8$10

*15% off lift ticket

**Helmet included

***For those trying Sno-Go for the first time, we have a mandatory lesson package that includes:

  • 1hr lesson
  • Sno-Go rental
  • Half-day lift ticket

Multi-day: rent equipment for 2 days or more and get a reduced price. Credit card required.

Using a Purchase Order? Rentals are now by Mt. Sima. You can use one form for Rentals & Lift Tickets!

Review our pre-booking & damage policies

What is a SNO-GO ski bike?
A SNO-GO ski bike is an exciting new way for anyone to enjoy the winter ski slopes with no prior experience. The SNO-GO is a meticulously engineered bike-like device that has three articulating skis, a chairlift loading hook, and an extremely easy learning curve for gliding down the ski slopes. Whether you have limited mobility or you’re a seasoned downhill mountain biker looking for a winter fix, a couple runs on a SNO-GO might change your perception of winter altogether. Most people master the basics in under an hour and are able to join their friends that ski or snowboard as they venture about the entire mountain.
The learning curve on a SNO-GO is so quick that 80% of users find themselves comfortable on intermediate slopes by the end of their first day. With a very simple tip “lean – don’t steer” most people can navigate a SNO-GO down a beginner slope and link turns within a few attempts.
What shoes do I wear?
Snowboard boots with rubber soles are the preferred choice but any snowboard boot (eva sole) or rugged winter boot will be sufficient to get started.
Do I need a lesson?
SNO-GO is Endorsed by the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors. Our Premier Partner resorts offer lessons and we always recommend that first timers take a 1 hour introductory lesson and at minimum. You can book your lesson with our snow school instructors. A 1-hour lesson is $95.
How tall do you need to be to ride a SNO-GO ski bike?
You must be at least five feet tall to ride a SNO-GO Bike.
How do you ride the chairlift with a SNO-GO ski bike?
With SNO-GO’s chairlift hook, riding the lifts is unbelievably easy. Watch our tutorial video for a quick how to.
VIDEO LINK- Provided by sno-Go Canada
How do you stop?
To turn and stop, just lean on the handlebars. SNO-GO’s exclusive 3 ski design works like magic to control your skis for you just by leaning your body to the left or the right.
Do I need to wear a helmet?
Helmets are provided and required with rental.

Wax only$25
Sharpening only$30
Sharpening + Waxing$50


Damage protection included for $5

What Does Damage Protection Cover?

Damage Protection covers regular maintenance repairs for ski equipment, including:

  • Base scratches
  • P-tex repairs
  • Edge repairs
  • Damage to the top sheet

Opting Out of Damage Protection

You have the option to decline Damage Protection and take responsibility for any potential damages.

When Does Damage Protection Not Apply?

If the rented equipment is destroyed or the cost of repair exceeds the retail price of the ski, Damage
Protection will not cover the additional fees incurred. In such cases, extra charges will apply.