Showdown Ski Area
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|Showdown Ski Area|
|Location||Meagher County, Montana, near Neihart, Montana|
|Nearest city||Neihart, Montana|
|Top elevation||8,200 ft (2,500 m)|
|Base elevation||6,800 ft (2,100 m)|
|Skiable area||640 acres (2.6 km2)|
|Lift system||4 total:
One Triple, Two Double, One Conveyer
|Snowfall||20 feet (6.1 m)|
|Website||Showdown official website|
Created in 1936 and originally called King's Hill Ski Area, Showdown is a small-scale ski area normally closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, receiving most patrons on the weekends. During the summer months, the area offers a variety of activities ranging from mountain biking to hiking to camping.
In 1973 the Ski Area changed its name from King's Hill Ski Area to Showdown Ski Area. In 1995, it was changed again to Showdown Montana.
The Ski Area is near the Kings Hill Scenic Byway, also known as Highway 89, in a high elevation area of the Little Belt Mountains near Neihart, Montana. One of the most difficult runs is Glory Hole and one of the easiest runs is Golden Goose.
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