Denver, Renting

5 Awesome Spots to Rent Outdoor Gear in Denver

Get outside and rent gear in Denver from one of our local recommendations.

Autumn is right around the corner, but we’re still adventuring out here in Colorado! With so much to do all year round, it can be tempting to continually purchase new gear. Fortunately, there are many local shops to rent gear from for any outdoor activity, and we’ve got you covered. Here are five awesome spots to rent gear in Denver:

Autumn is coming! Time for pumpkin spice lattes and more outdoor adventures.

Mojo Wheels 

Denver is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, making it a primary mountain biking destination. As a result, the bike scene has its fair share of support from incredible shops including Mojo Wheels. Established in 1991, Mojo Wheels is a local-owned bike shop and mountain biking mainstay. Although their roots are in Downhill Racing, they offer various models to rent (including trail bikes, downhill bikes, fat bikes and dirt jumpers), as well as top-notch service and a superb biking community.

5790 West Dartmouth Avenue, Denver, CO

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Altitude Paddleboards

Located in downtown Littleton, Altitude Paddleboards is a stand-up paddleboarding and river surfing company hoping to share the SUP stoke. Renting outdoor gear can be an intimidating process, especially for newcomers and casual hobbyists, but Altitude Paddleboards makes it easy by recommending boards based on height and weight specifications as well as experience level. Not into paddleboarding but still want to cruise? They also rent out tubes, which come with complementary helmets and personal flotation devices.

2690 W Main St Unit A, Littleton, CO

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Outdoors Geek

While their only storefront so far is located in Denver, Outdoors Geek is ever-expanding and owns the largest inventory of rental camping gear in the nation. Their tents have traveled cross-country from Delaware to California, and they even have over 400 “glamping” tents for those who prefer to camp in style. Aside from their numerous tent offerings (1-person tents, 6-person tents, ultralight tents, and beyond), they also rent out helpful accessories including tables and chairs, GPS devices, sleeping bags, backpacks, and more. Outdoors Geek’s remarkable rental gear can be shipped to you or picked up at their retail location.

4431 Glencoe Street, Denver, CO

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Confluence Kayaks

Confluence Kayaks has over two decades of experience as “Denver’s Premiere Paddle and Backcountry Ski Shop.” The shop was founded in 1995 by two kayakers with the goal of offering everything needed to get into the sport, including kayaks for all types of water, outfitting, rentals, lessons, and repairs. In the winter, it transforms into a true mountain shop specializing in Downhill, Telemark, and Alpine Touring ski goods. Beyond paddle sports and skiing, their rental inventory also covers backcountry safety equipment, bikes (and bike tours to explore the city), and the highly intriguing Onewheel XR.

2301 7th Street, Denver, CO

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Spirit of 1876

Spirit of 1876 rents out some of the most innovative gear on the market, ranging from demo experiences to camping equipment. Adventure vehicles are on the rise thanks to #vanlife, and Spirit of 1876 lets adventurers live the dream or try-before-you-buy. Rental options include teardrop trailers, truck campers, camper vans, rooftop tents, and more. The company is also committed to celebrating the Colorado outdoors, and has partnered with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every purchase or rental made with them.

4321 Broadway, Suite 1, Denver, CO

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