Looking for some good Montana powder in central Montana? If so, Showdown, Montana’s oldest ski area, which opened in 1936, is the place to go! The base elevation sits high at 6800 feet, with the summit elevation sitting at 8200 feet.
The ski resort is located just 45 minutes south of Great Falls, in Neihart, and Emily Hayes, of Neihart, told us that Showdown Montana “has had some amazing powder this season”. The ski resort’s Christmas Eve report boasted an overnight snow accumulation of 10 inches, with a snow pack at the lodge of 40 inches and at the summit of 50 inches. Showdown is open daily through January 5th, and there are 34 trails with 640 skiable acres! So, head on over to Showdown if you are looking for some fantastic runs!
For more information, visit www.showdownmontana.com, and like them on Facebook by clicking here.
(Above photo courtesy of Emily Hayes)
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