NEW YORK

Kingston, NY

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

While we’re closed
call or text us at:
(845) 481-0034

Current Hours
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NEW YORK

Fishkill, NY

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

While we’re closed
call or text us at:
(845) 481-0034

Current Hours
Temporarily Closed
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MASSACHUSETTS

Jiminy Peak

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

Current Hours
Closed for the Season
Reopening Fall 2020

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VERMONT

Bromley Mountain

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

Current Hours
Temporarily Closed

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VERMONT

Killington Resort

4763 Killington Road
Showshed Lodge
Killington, VT 05751
(802) 315-0155

Current Hours
Closed for the Season
Reopening Fall 2020

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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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Demos

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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Off-season Care and Storage Tips for your Gear

Off-season Care and Storage Tips for your Gear

Here’s our expert tuner Ryan with some tips for caring for your gear in the off-season. Ryan is a key part of the PB fam and is now going on 4 seasons. Get the knowledge here and feel free to hit us up with any additional questions regarding care and maintenance of your gear.

Items Needed

> Wax – Anything you got!

> Wax Iron – either a dedicated for ski/board or clothing. DISCLAIMER – IF using clothing iron for wax, it is NO longer a clothing iron.

> Scraper – Plastic or Metal (Personal preference) Metal is faster, but you can run the risk of pulling base materials if not careful. If you’re new to this we suggest plastic to get the basics down!

> *Snowboarders only* P3 Screwdriver – Don’t be lazy! Remove those bindings to make the wax job easy and keep them off for Summer storage.

> Gummy Stone – smooth out those burs and take care of any rust

> *Optional* Base cleaner/wax buster – This will clean and prep your base for a new coat of wax

Steps

Step #1 Remove bindings or rubber band your Ski brakes so they’re out of your way.

Step #2 Prep base. Clean any dust, debris. OPTIONAL – Hit with base cleaner. Allow base to dry fully before applying new wax.

Step #3 Melt/Drip wax onto base. Be liberal; but less is more here. Temperature of the iron here is key. Not too hot (smoking), not too cold (sticking). Every iron is different, so be mindful to keep the iron at a temperature where it glides with no smoke. Massage into base. Even coat from edge to edge. Be mindful to keep the iron moving; leaving a hot iron in one place for too long is no bueno for your rig.

Step #4 Leave the protective coat of wax for storage. If you’d be happy hanging where you’re storing your board for the summer, so will your board. That means warm, dry (roof over your head vibe) and preferably climate controlled. Jimmy Peak store manger Paul F. implores you to not store on concrete!

Step #5 – You’ve done it. Sit back, crack a beer and enjoy summer!

Watch the video below and learn more about Ryan here.

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