Ski hire prices (NOK) for winter 2019-2020
We have cross-country skis, poles and boots, snow shoes and pulk (sledges) for hire.
Number of days: 1 2 3 4 5 6-7 extra days
|Skis w/ poles and boots||290,-||400,-||500,-||560,-||640,-||730,-||120,-|
Snow shoes: 150,- per day / 800,- per week
Children's skis 160cm in length and under: half price on ski rental
Ordering your skis:
Please order skis 14 days ahead of arrival to give us time to prepare them for you.
When ordering skis we need your height, weight and shoe size to set you up with the right equipment. This makes a big difference to the way your skis perform and therefore your enjoyment, so please supply this information at the time of booking your ski rental.
Can I bring my own cross-country ski boots?
You are very welcome to bring your own boots. Most of our cross country skis are the wider BC skis with metal edges. These are the skis that most of our guests on our tours use. They require a BC boot which fits the wider Rottefella BC binding.
We also have lighter track skis with Rottefella NNN bindings. If these are the skis you require please specify at the time of booking.
What are the best boots to wear for snowshoeing?
If you would like to bring your own boots for snowshoeing - a good option if you will be doing more than one day of snowshoeing, then warm, waterproof hiking boots with good ankle support are best. The ankle support is important and for this reason light trekking shoes are not suitable. Fabric summer hiking boots may not be up the the job of keeping you warm. Gaiters can be a good idea if you have them and are a personal choice.
If you are joining us for the snowshoe day as part of the guiding programme then you are welcome to wear your rental BC ski boots which do the job well for that snowshoe tour.
Interested in booking additional ski lessons?
Our experienced and qualified nordic ski guides are here to help.