Park City Ski Rentals

Black Tie Ski Rentals of Park City is pleased to help our visitors get the most out of their vacations 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 Park City 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.

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 at 435.649.4070 should you have any questions.

This historic mining town is now world-renowned for skiing and snowboarding. Three major ski areas and Utah Olympic Park call the city home and the beautiful Wasatch Mountains provide a backdrop for other winter activities as well.

In 2015, new owner Vail Resorts performed a $50 million improvement project, the largest ever of its kind in the United States. Park City Mountain Resort is now linked with neighboring Canyons Resort, putting 336 runs on the same lift ticket. With all the excitement of the huge expansion project and capital improvements at the resort, many other businesses in Park City have also stepped up their game, resulting in even more lodging, dining, and activity options for our visitors.

Park City is home to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. With 62 lifts servicing more than 430 runs, and 9,300 acres it is nearly impossible to be bored while skiing here. With runs ranging from beginner to double diamond, there is something for every skier and snowboarder. Skiing is allowed at both resorts in Park City, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. However, Deer Valley does not allow snowboarding.

While most dining options in Park City have a casual vibe, the quality of the food can’t be beat. The list of fantastic restaurants and bars is too long to include in its entirety, but here are some of our favorites: Riverhorse on Main Street is superb for the white table cloth experience, Fireside Dining at Deer Valley serves up a unique Raclette right out of the fireplace (among other dishes), Grub Steak in the Prospector neighborhood will get you off the beaten tourist path by just a mile for mouth-watering meats, and Good Karma specializes in Persian and Indian food. Since you’re here to ski and snowboard, we want to make sure to cover a couple great après ski spots as well. Ski across the ski bridge directly onto Main Street in Old Town Park City for burgers and brews at No Name Saloon or enjoy small plates and spirits at High West Distillery. There are many more great options that we love, so don’t hesitate to give us a call to help plan your culinary experiences while in Park City.

Lodging options are too many to list. From national chains to locally owned and operated B&B’s to slope-side dream houses, Park City has it all. If you’d like help planning your trip, give us a call and we’ll be happy to tell you about several great options once we know a little bit about your group.

Park City Mountain Resort Trail Map