Snow Report

Last Updated 2014-12-22 13:58:55
24 hr base summit Snow YTD temp
8'' 24'' 28'' 64'' 18°F

Summer + Biking


Located at the top of Kings Hill Pass in the heart of the Little Belt Mountains, you’ll find Showdown – Montana’s oldest and friendliest ski area. Fun times at Showdown aren’t limited to the winter months – Summer brings blankets of wildflowers, gurgling streams, deer, elk, moose, raptors and even black bears to our doorstep. 
Just beyond the lodge you’ll find abundant recreation opportunities, including fly-fishing, mountain biking and hiking, as well as hundreds of miles of ATV and Motorbike trails.


Events

With our spacious sun-soaked decks and cool mountain air, Showdown is the perfect place to host your summer event: 
Weddings
Anniversaries
Receptions
Conferences
Club Meetings
Corporate Retreats
Company Picnics

Call us at 800.433.0022 for rates and availability.


Mountain Bike Trails

Showdown Montana Ski Area is the heart of the Little Belt Mountain’s mountain bike trail system. Hundreds of miles of Forest Service trail systems and forest service roads spider web out from Showdown, creating an amazing array of mountain biking opportunities for all abilities of riders. These trails and rides will take you through some of the finest and wildest country that Montana has to offer.

Be sure to stop by Showdown, Belt Creek Ranger Station or the White Sulphur Springs Ranger Station to pick up the appropriate maps and learn about current trail conditions.

Almost all trails and forest roads leaving from Showdown have relatively easy access back to Highway 89, making for an easy car shuttle back to the top of the pass, or a good climb on the pavement to complete the loops.

The best season for riding in the Little Belts is generally from mid- June through early October-depending on snowfall. 
Be prepared for all weather conditions – Summer weather is typically perfect for biking, but severe weather conditions can role in quickly. 
Come enjoy the plethora of trails and roads and see if you find anyone else out there.


For detailed rides and maps visit IntoTheLittleBelts.com

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