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Black Tie Ski Delivery Crested Butte
FROM$48 per day
Based on 135 reviews

With Black Tie Ski Rentals’ delivery service, you can book top-of-the-line ski and snowboard gear before you arrive, and relax as your equipment is delivered right to your Crested Butte accomodation. Save 10% by booking on TripOutside! read more

Butte & Co

Butte & Co

Ski & Snowboard Rentals

FROM$32 per day

"Butte and Co is a full service ski and snowboard rental shop located at Crested Butte Mountain Resort. Their crew of ski and snowboard aficionados are experts on ski and snowboard shapes, function and the latest equipment, and will get you on the slopes quickly with the right gear for your needs. "read more

Crested Butte Rental Demo Center
FROM$42 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with Crested Butte Rental & Demo Center in the base village at Mt. Crested Butte. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Crested Butte Nordic

Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Rentals, Lessons & Tours

FROM$20 per day

Crested Butte is a top adventure destination in Colorado, earning one of our top spots for mountain destinations that visitors can enjoy all year long. The mountain’s 1547 acres of skiable terrain reveals some of Colorado’s steepest ski lines for downhill skiing and snowboarding in winter. Pow days are punctuated by an average snow dump of 234 inches a year.
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Nicknamed Colorado’s last great ski town, Crested Butte’s remote location adds to its intrigue. There’s a number of things that will draw you to Crested Butte – the towering Mt. Crested Butte, the quaint Victorian town nestled in it’s shadow, and the breathtaking mountains that surround the valley.  Add in the diverse and expansive terrain at Crested Butte Mountain Resort, and you will agree that Crested Butte is the perfect destination for your next ski trip.
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Crested Butte attracts advanced skiers willing to put their skiing skills to the test with it’s advanced inbounds terrain. Beginners will also enjoy skiing or snowboarding at Crested Butte – the front of the mountain are uncrowded trails that are perfect for beginner skiing. For intermediate and expert skiers, the resort features tons of more advanced terrain off the Paradise and East River Express Lifts, The North Face Lift, Gold Link Lift, and Teocali Bowl.

A trip to Crested Butte also won’t break the bank – lift tickets and accommodation are some of the most affordable in Colorado!

There are two regional airports you can fly to if you’re planning to visit Crested Butte.  Gunnison Crested Butte Regional Airport is 30 minutes from Crested Butte and Montrose Regional Airport 90 minutes away.

Alternatively, you can fly to Denver International Airport, which may have more flight options. From there, you can rent a car for the 4 hour drive, or choose from several charter ground transportation services from Alpine Express.  

Crested Butte has a total of 121 runs – 14% beginner, 25% intermediate, 25% advanced runs, and 36% expert runs.
The longest run is 2.61 miles.
Crested Butte has a skiable terrain of 1547 acres.
The resort features a vertical lift of 2775 feet.
Average annual snowfall is 217 inches.

TripOutside features the best local ski and snowboard rental shops in Crested Butte, Colorado – compare prices and book online for your next outdoor adventure!  Book your ski or snowboard gear online easily, and pick it up slopeside!