Welcome to Black Tie Ski Rentals of Crested Butte
The Crested Butte branch was founded by Roman Kolodziej in 2005 and quickly established itself as the premier ski and snowboard rental service offering delivery in the Upper Gunnison Valley.
When you rent from Black Tie Ski Rentals of Crested Butte you not only receive some of the best equipment available tuned to perfection every time, you also receive our award winning ski concierge service; Black Tie Ski Rentals won Ski.com’s award for Best Customer Service in 2005.
Once you book your equipment rental reservation either online or by calling our company directly, our fully certified ski rental technicians hand select equipment from our own stock based on your ability, physical traits, and snow conditions. We then deliver and custom fit the equipment to your Crested Butte lodging property at a time that is convenient to you. If something doesn’t fit there’s no need to worry; we carry plenty of extra equipment in our delivery vans to ensure a proper fit. Once you’re on the mountain enjoying your ski vacation, our Slope-Side Guarantee means there’s no standing in line if you need to switch your equipment. We are a phone call away to meet you on the slopes or you may visit our base area location in the Axtel Building to switch our your equipment. When you are finished with your gear we even pick it all up.
Crested Butte Mountain Resort, on Mount Crested Butte, has a well-deserved reputation for combining wonderful, diverse skiing opportunities with a lively, small-town atmosphere. It manages to keep a genuine Rocky Mountain vibe quite different from the resorts further north. CB draws people that want to just get away from it all, ski all day and then celebrate life into the night.
Crested Butte is known for its extreme terrain, but the resort features 121 runs-about 50% of them are considered intermediate level. Terrain park enthusiasts will appreciate the interplay between the Gold Link and Cascade terrain parks.
Crested Butte has expanded steadily since opening in 1960 and the terrain now covers 1,100 acres with 2,500 feet of vertical.