Winter Rentals

Page Title: Winter Rentals

Stone-Harbor-Back-Country-SkisWhile philosophers may wax poetic on the quiet solitude of winter adventures, they neglect to tell you the reason for that solitude: it’s cold. We’re talking bone-chilling, eye-tearing, expletive-inducing cold. It’s the kind of cold that attracts crazy people–our kind of crazy people. The kind of people who know there is no bad weather, just bad gear.

We can’t do anything about the weather, but we can definitely help with the gear. Like Snowtrekker tents, the tents that laugh at Old Man Winter and beg for more snow. And Clam ice fishing shelters to create a portable winter oasis. And don’t forget about your transportation to that secret hiding place we call the northern woods: we have snowshoes from Crescent Moon and Evo and backcountry skis from Hock. And of course we have skijoring kits, Nordic skates and fat tire bikes. Don’t ask why, just come in and we’ll tell you all about them.

Lest you think we are leaving you out in the cold, we have Wintergreen outerwear to keep you toasty warm during your winter adventures. And Therm-a-rest cots and Big Agnes sleeping bags to cover your bases at night.

Once you have the right gear, you see winter for what it really is: a sparkling playground with an exclusive membership–no wussies allowed. Ha! If only those wussies knew how easy it is to have fun.

Winter Outerwear>>

  • Wintergreen Insulated Anorak :: $10 per day
  • Wintergreen Insulated Pants :: $10 per day
  • Wintergreen Shell Anorak :: $10 per day
  • Wintergreen Shell Pants :: $10 per day
  • Complete Winter Outerwear Set:: $30 per day
  • Neos Overshoes :: $10 per day

“It wasn’t just stylish–it was shockingly functional. That is: warm. This isn’t surprising. Wintergreen Northern Wear isn’t some Filson-come-lately–it’s the Gold Standard for cold-weather coats.” –Jesse Kornbluth, headbutler.com

Cross-Country Ski Gear>>

  • Rossignol Evo Tour Skis :: $25 per day
  • Rossignol X5 Ski Boots :: $15 per day
  • One Way Diamond 600 Poles :: $10 per day
  • Touring Ski Package (skis, boots & poles) :: $40 per day

We stock waxless skis and make sure they are well-maintained, so all you have to worry about is which trail to hit first.

Backcountry Ski Gear>>

  • Altai Hok Ski :: $40 per day
  • One Way Diamond 600 Poles :: $10 per day

We’re not sure how they do it, but both the Marquette and Hok skis are lightweight and still rugged. They call them part skis and part snowshoes; we call them a great way to see the north woods.

Snowshoe Gear>>

  • Crescent Moon Gold Series Snowshoes :: $20 per day
  • MSR Evo Snowshoes :: $15 per day
  • One Way Diamond 600 Poles :: $10 per day

Snowshoeing is an awesome winter workout! The Crescent Moon Gold Series snowshoes are the best backcountry snowshoes for all conditions. You can thank the modified tear drop shaped frame, which offers the perfect combination of maneuverability and enough surface area for excellent float.

The Evo snowshoes offer great traction and flexibility. They come equipped with modular flotation tails that give you the maneuverability of a smaller shoe in packed conditions with optional tails for powder or heavy load conditions. 

Winter Camping Gear>>

  • Snowtrekker Canvas Wall Tents
    3 person EXP Crew Tent (9′x 11.5′) :: $60 for the first night; $50 each additional night
    4 person EXP Basecamp Tent ( 10′x13′) :: $70 for the first night; $50 each additional night
    4 person EXP Outfitter Tent (10′x 13′) :: $70 for the first night; $50 each additional night
    6 person EXP Outfitter Tent ( 10′x15′) :: $80 for the first night; $60 each additional night
  • Three Dog Stove by Four Dog Stove Company :: $20 per day
  • Granite Gear Pulk Sled :: $25 per day
  • Black River Sleds 9′ Snowwalker Toboggan :: $20 per day
  • Big Agnes Elk Park -20 sleeping bag with sleeping pad :: $12 per day
  • Stansport G-35 Cloud Nine Folding Cot :: $5 per day
  • Therm-a-Rest LuxuryLite Ultra-Light Cot :: $10 per day
  • Wetterlings Splitting Axe :: $5 per day
  • Silky Bigboy Camp Saw :: $5 per day

We offer winter camping gear from people who know a thing or two about winter. Snowtrekker tents come from Solon Springs, Wisconsin and Four Dog Stove Company stoves are from Saint Francis, Minnesota. Granite Gear is located in Two Harbors, Minnesota and Black River Sleds call Foxboro, Wisconsin their home. Big Agnes is a little further away, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, but hey, they still have cold weather cred.

Ice Fishing Gear>>

  • Strikemaster Electra 8″ Power Auger :: $20 per day
  • Nils Master 8″ Hand Auger :: $15 per day
  • Clam Voyageur Thermal Ice Fishing Shelter :: $30 per day
  • Clam Summit HUB Fishing Shelter :: $20 per day
  • Marcum Showdown Troller 2.0 Fish Finder :: $20 per day
  • Fish Brothers Tip Ups (pair) :: $10 per day
  • Otter Pro Series Sled with Hitch :: $15 per day
  • Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Heater (does not include propane) :: $20 per day
  • Ice Fishing Rods, Reels and Tackle :: $15 per day

We have high quality ice fishing gear that is easy to set up and use — so you can spend your time fishing, not setting up gear.

Skijoring>>

  • Kondos Outdoors Skijoring Kit :: $10 per day

Share the northern trails with your best friend! The folks at Kondos Outdoors in Ely have put everything you need into this kit, except for the harness. The towline includes with an inline shock absorber, waist best, lines for one or two dogs, along with a neckline and a panic snap.

Nordic Skates>>

  • Lundhags Cruise Nordic Skates :: $15 per day

“Clip into a pair of these fighter-jet looking skates as easily as nordic skis–they use the same bindings–and in no time you’re plowing through snow and over bumpy terrain that mere hockey skates would choke on. The secret is a wider and longer skate that floats and glides much better than skinny skates.” –gearflogger.com

Fat Bikes>>

  • Surly Moonlander Fat Bike (includes head/tail lamps & helmet) :: $65 per day

The Moonlander is like no other bike. Surly designed it to ride where there are no roads, no trails and no people. And in northern Minnesota, that means wet stuff, roots, rocks, pebbles, gravel, sand and many types of snow. You read that right: this bike rips it up on the snow. Which means you have a whole new way to enjoy Minnesota’s white bounty.

You must sign the Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply Rental Agreement, Waiver and Release of Liability form prior to renting any equipment from Stone Harbor. Please call us at 218-387-3136 if you have any questions about the physical requirements or the risks associated with the use of this equipment.

**All rentals are priced based on a 24 hour period, unless otherwise noted.**

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