Blacktail Mountain Ski Resort hit the market this week, carrying a relatively light $3.5 million price tag (or roughly the cost of a mondo turkey chili bread bowl at Deer Valley). Featuring three lifts, a 17,000-square-foot base lodge and sweeping views of Flathead Lake outside of Kalispell, it might not be the worst decision you've made this week.

In other resort news, the U.S. Forest Service will not appeal a federal judge's ruling against the construction of a Wolf Creek ski area in Southwestern Colorado, all but ending a 30-year bid to open a new ski hill in the area.

Read more ski news in the latest installment of our Week in Review.