Kingston, NY

57 City View Terrace
Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 338-5119 or

After hours:
call or text us at:
(845) 481-0034

Current Hours
Mon Closed
Tues-Fri 10am-5pm
Sat-Sun 10am-5pm


Fishkill, NY

1083 Route 9
Lawrence Farms Plaza
Fishkill, NY 12524
(845) 297-2941

Current Hours
Mon – Closed
Tues-Fri 10am-5pm
Sat 10am-5pm
Sun – Closed


Jiminy Peak

37 Corey Road
Jiminy Peak Mt. Resort
Hancock, MA 01237
(413) 738-5413

Current Hours
Memorial Day Weekend

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Bromley Mountain

3984 Vermont Rt. 11
Bromley Mountain
Peru, VT 05152
(802) 824-5522

Current Hours
Memorial Day Weekend

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Killington Resort

4763 Killington Road
Showshed Lodge
Killington, VT 05751
(802) 315-0023

Current Hours
Fall 2021

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Seasonal Rental Packages

The most affordable way to enjoy skiing or snowboarding. They’re great for kids who are constanty growing, adults who want to get out on the mountain for the most affordable price and anyone looking to try skiing or snowboarding for the first time. Keep your rentals all season and return them to us in April.

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Daily Rental Packages

If you’re looking to rent skis for single or multiple days, we offer daily rentals from our Kingston location. Daily Rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis and can often sell-out on busy holiday weekends. You can pick-up Daily Rentals on the night before or the morning of your ski trip.

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Test as many skis as you want for one full-day price. Swap out brands, models, size and have the time of your life. Once you find a pair that you absolutely love, you can buy that exact ski for less than the price of a new one.

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Adam Sowul

Manager - Kingston
Years @ Potter Brothers: 17
Location: Kingston

About Adam

Riding the big white wave on slabs of wood, fiberglass and metal somehow consumed my life and I embraced this.  I was lucky enough to be raised to value the mountains, mother nature and all she has to offer. Working in this industry has fueled my snowboarding, my love of the mountains and has graced me with some unbelievable days on the hill. I feel that it’s part of my job to keep people stoked on being in the mountains and making sure that they’re having as much fun as they possibly can. If it’s not fun, what’s the point?

What’s your setup this season?
Still my Lib Tech Dagmar and Salomon Villain at the moment.
What’s your favorite thing about snowboarding in the East?
The long history of charging hard in the most challenging conditions possible and the camaraderie that comes along with it. High fives and cold beers.
Favorite Lodge to Chill in:
Powder Keg (Powder Mountain)
Best Chairlift Ride:
They're all good but slow speed lifts are where it's at.
How many days on snow last season:
Stopped counting years ago.
Do you stick with your friend on a powder day:
If they can hang!
Where is the best Apres scene:
Wherever Paul Fogel and I are drinking.
Favorite Ski Area Parking Lot:
Anywhere I can tailgate with a view
Are you a morning person or night:
Favorite Beverage:
Cold Beer, the less crafty the better.
Favorite Animal:
Favorite Movie:
Hot Dog, the movie.
What's your favorite 80/90's Jam:
Ice Cube - Wicked
Best Jerry of the Day you've ever seen:
Respect to all who Send It.
Music or no music while riding:
Usually Music.
Favorite Ice Cream:
Stewart's Fireworks
What's the oldest thing in your Fridge:
Possibly a Craft Beer I won't drink
Favorite Summer Activity:
Biggest Pet Peeve:
People in the East that complain about the weather.
Who would you like to trade places with for a day:
Eric Jackson
Finish this sentence. On Saturday Night, you can usually find me:
Well that's changed recently, so probably drinking beer by a fire in the yard.
If I didn't work in a Ski Shop I'd be:
Trying to be a fishing guide or bumping lifts someplace awesome, or both.