If you’re just starting out, why not rent to see what works best for you? Check out our list of local companies that rent outdoor winter sports equipment. Check with each company for details.

City of Edmonton Parks

City Hall Plaza Rink

The Edmonton Arts Council will be providing free skate rentals at the City Hall Rink all week long:

  • Monday-Friday, 5-9 pm
  • Saturdays 12-9 pm
  • Sundays 12-5 pm

* Please note that skate rentals will be available on a first come first served basis, and that rentals and ice conditions are weather dependent (not available during extreme cold or slushy conditions).

Rundle Park

Skate rentals are available Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 am – 8 pm at the Rundle Park Family Centre. See the My Lakehouse Edmonton website for details.

Community Leagues

Some community leagues have skates and other skating equipment for community members to use on their rinks. Check with your local community league.

Local Businesses

Revolution Cycle

Revolution Cycle is here to help the hardcore enthusiast, the weekend warrior and the casual cyclist. Rent a fat bike and see just how much fun winter cycling can be.

River Valley Adventure Co.

You’ll find the River Valley Adventure Co. on the sunny north bank of the North Saskatchewan River in Louise McKinney Park. This local company offers year-round fun; in the winter, rent snowshoes, a fat bike, helmet and lock, or take a winter Segway tour.

Totem Outdoor Outfitters

An Edmonton institution for over 30 years, Totem Outdoor Outfitters will help you find the right new, used, or rental gear for your adventure. Here’s some of what they offer for rent:

  • Alpine skis
  • Cross-country skis
  • Snowboards
  • Skates
  • Hockey gear