Corder's Corner

Wintertime Brew “ski’s”

Wintertime in Montana—it can be cold! But if you’re looking for a fun way to spend the snowy days, warm up with some brewskis before hitting the slopes!

Montana ranks third for breweries per capita in the nation. Visiting the local breweries can make for quite a memorable road trip. What else is there to do in the winter in Montana?  In addition to experiencing the picturesque state while it’s a winter wonderland, there are a variety of ski hills offering pristine powder and some epic experiences in luxury settings or family-owned operations! For skiers and snowboarders, Montana has a long list of options to enjoy more acres per skier than anywhere else in the US. There are 14 ski areas: Turner Mountain, Lookout Pass Ski Area, Blacktail Mountain, Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana Snowbowl, Discovery Ski Area, Teton Pass Ski Area, Great Divide, Bear Paw Ski Bowl, Maverick Mountain, Showdown Montana, Red Lodge Mountain, Bridger Bowl, Whitefish Mountain Resort, Big Sky Resort. With mountain crisp air, snow-blanketed treetops, and sunlight glistening off the fresh powder, it’s a wonderful way to experience winter. Snuggle down in your parka and let all of your worries be carried away as you ascend the chair lift. With short lines, gorgeous views, and wildlife galore, Montana craft beer is just down the slope!

If you’re looking for land in Montana for sale that is close to skiing, Corder and Associates can find you the perfect piece to accommodate an annual outing or a permanent residence. Give us a call to explore the opportunities!

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