Snow in Montana doesn’t stop us from living. Snow is a reason to live.
Montanans love to play outside, no matter what the time of year, and a frosty winter doesn’t keep them inside. It only makes them want to play outside more. That’s why when weather forecasts predicted this week that Montana may receive a record snowfall this winter, Montanans rejoiced.
Big Sky, Whitefish, and Bridger Bowl anticipate 120% of its average snowfall this year, making this one of the best seasons for skiing in Montana. A forecast like this puts Montanans in their element, putting them in touch with the natural wonder and freedom of the Montana outdoors.
If ever there was a winter to get outside and play, this is the winter. With the kind of snow that we anticipate, you can create lasting memories: teach your child to ski, celebrate an anniversary, treat yourself to a weekend getaway, or have the family reunion of a lifetime.
And at the end of the day when you leave the slopes or the back country, you come home, home to a place filled with warmth, comfort, and connection. You come home to a place were you and your loved ones can reflect on the incredible day you had.
That home is the most important of all, because it is that home that will represent those memories, those weekend getaways, those special anniversaries, and your children’s’ first days of skiing. The snow will melt, and winter will turn to summer, but your home will still be there, reminding you of the times you spent together.
Montana living is a kind of living that comes with experiences and memories that will last a lifetime and that keep us in touch with the people and things we cherish the most.
That’s what we here at PureWest love the most about Montana living. We are committing to giving you a home where you can find the respite you need after a long day of adventures and a place that will hold your memories for years to come.
To view 307 Northern Lights, Whitefish (pictured above), click here.