Steamboat Ski Rentals

Black Tie Ski Rentals of Steamboat is pleased to help visitors to Steamboat get the most out of their vacation by taking the hassle out of renting skis.

Not only can you rent premium gear from top of the line brands in the industry, but we will deliver your equipment directly to your vacation accommodations. Our services don’t end there – we will also custom fit your skis and boots when and where it is convenient for you to ensure that you get the best experience on the slopes as possible. Our experienced technicians are only a phone call away and are available to help if you run into any problems or just want to try out some different gear. Black Tie Skis of Steamboat understands that vacations are supposed to be fun and we are here to take out all of the hassles that renting equipment is usually associated with and that means no waiting in line for equipment that doesn’t fit properly.

Our commitment to excellent service begins when you arrive at the Yampa Valley Airport in Hayden. Our ski rental kiosk is conveniently located around the corner from baggage claim. While you wait for your luggage to arrive, you can set up an equipment rental and delivery, check on your existing rentals or get answers to any questions you might have about Steamboat.

Black Tie Ski Rentals of Steamboat also has an on-mountain amenity center located in One Steamboat Place to offer customers the ability to swap equipment at the mountain and also cater to walk-in business. We also have select items available for retail; such as socks, helmets, and goggles. Should you need a jacket or ski pants to rent for the day or week, we have you covered there too.

To get you started, please visit our Equipment & Rates pages to find the gear and package that’s right for you. You may also call us at 970.870.3172 should you have any questions.

The ski area at Steamboat is not just one mountain, but a complete mountain range called the Park Range and consists of Mount Werner, Sunshine Peak, Storm Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Pioneer Ridge, and Christie Peak. Proclaimed as “SkiTown USA”, Steamboat Springs and nearby Steamboat Ski Resort are located in northwest Colorado, 160 miles from Denver. Steamboat is known for its Champagne Powder™ snow – in fact, the phrase was coined locally! Kids love the nighttime snow tubing and experts rave about the Mavericks terrain park, featuring the 450 foot long Mavericks Superpipe. With a family friendly atmosphere, Steamboat offers a wide range of terrain for skiers and riders of all abilities – 14% Beginner, 42% Intermediate, & 44% Advanced.

Just in case you didn’t get enough skiing in during the day, the resort also offers night skiing. Ski under the lights across 5 trails including Sitz, See Me, Vogue, Stampede and Lil’ Rodeo. All levels of skiing and riding will be available with 2 beginner, 2 intermediate and 1 advanced trail. Hours of operation change throughout the season, so check Steamboat Resort’s site for hours and rates.

Steamboat Trail Map

By the numbers:

  • Annual snowfall: 352in / 895cm
  • Skiable acres: 2,965
  • Base elevation: 6,900ft / 2,098m
  • Summit elevation: 10,568ft / 3,213m
  • Number of trails: 159
  • Number of lifts: 17 capable of moving 32,720 people/hr