Private Montana Ski Area ‘Wraith Hill’ Lists for $3.5 Million

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Wraith Hill, Montana. | Photo: Montana Outdoor Property Group

Constructed in 1968, Wraith Hill is a 160-acre private ski area in western Montana near the town of Anaconda, approximately two hours west of Bozeman. The ski area has six ski runs, a lodge, guest cabin, a shop, and an equipment barn all bordering on thousands of acres of national forest land that would provide easy backcountry touring access. Wraith Hill has been under ownership by its current owners for 30 years who have now decided to sell the property, listing it at $3.5 million. The property’s listing reads:

“Welcome to Wraith Hill! This historic and private ski hill is now available for sale after 30 years of ownership by its current owners. Encompassing over 160 acres, the mountain offers 6 ski runs for riders of all levels. The property borders 1,000’s of acres of Forest Service land on 2 sides, creating an even larger adventure for exploring the backcountry. The home is the original lodge built in 1968, a complete renovation was completed in 1995. The lodge includes 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 laundry rooms, and the lower great room is perfect to warm up after hitting the slopes. The guest cabin is constructed from native logs, has electricity and heat. Also is a large concrete block shop and steel frame equipment barn. The property has no covenants or restrictions, allowing further development. Wraith Hill is arguably one of Montana’s oldest ski hills. Minutes away from Georgetown Lake, Silver Lake, and easy commute to Anaconda & Philipsburg, MT for dining, medical, and shopping.”

For $3.5 million, this private ski area in western Montana could be all yours…

PHOTOS (Courtesy of Montana Outdoor Property Group)


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