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How to Rent Gear in Jackson Hole

Leave the hassle of bulky gear at home and rent online with us! Receive top-of-the-line backcountry gear with tip-top service.

How to Rent Gear with Teton Backcountry Rentals

How to Rent

  1. EXPLORE our gear list and decide what you need for your adventures in the Tetons.
  2. RESERVE your gear through our online store at shop.tetonbcrentals.com. You can also call in your order at 307-828-1885 or email us at info@tetonbcrentals.com with your desired items and estimated dates of use.
  3. CHOOSE how to get your gear.

    Pickup and dropoff in store is always free during store hours.

    Pick up your gear at our shop at 565 N Cache Street between the hours of 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. And take this opportunity to pick up an extras like fuel and maps that you might need for your trip.

    Delivery is available on request with 24 hour notice. If you would like your gear delivered, request it at checkout in the “notes” section. Please write your requested time and location. We will get back you via phone/email to confirm the delivery.

    If your delivery request is approved, sit back, relax and we will come to you!

    Delivery Service Rates*:

    Delivery Location Price
    Town of Jackson $15
    Jackson Hole Airport, Town of Wilson, Teton Village, Teton Village Road, South of High School Road $30
    Alpine, Togwotee Mountain Lodge, Moran, Victor, Driggs $70
    *Charge applies to a single trip. Same fee applies if you would like pickup service at the end of your rental period.
  4. MEET with one of our team members for a brief explaination on how to use your gear. Then you will be on your way to an amazing adventure!
  5. RETURN your gear to our store after your trip and be on your merry way! (If pickup service is arranged and approved, we will simply pick up the gear. No need to wait around!)

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Rental Policy:
  • One rental day is defined as one use day, 24 hours from the time it was picked up.
  • An agreement to the “Release of Liability” form is required before the use of any gear provided by Teton Backcountry Rentals.
  • We are not teaching you how to ski, camp or travel in the backcountry. Travel in avalanche terrain and in the wilderness is inherently dangerous. Hiking at elevation is hard and should not be underestimated. You are responsible for your own safety. Please refer to Risk in the Backcountry.
  • No refunds will be issued for cancellations within 24 hours of reservation date. A full refund may be issued with 72 hours notice.
  • An active credit card must be held on file for the duration of the rental. If there is significant damage upon return, you are responsible for the cost of repair or replacement if irreparable. Failure to return items results in automatic purchase of the gear. We reserve the right to charge an appropriate cleaning fee for any piece of gear returned in excessively poor condition.

Teton Backcountry Rentals' store interior

Exploring the Backcountry?

Getting out into the backcountry is an amazing experience, but it should also be a safe one. Know the real risks in any backcountry scenario and question your plans with careful consideration.

Read our Backcountry Guide

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