Bridger Bowl Ski AreaBozeman, Montana

Resort Trails

Trails

71

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Lifts

7

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Parks

2

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Bars

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Restaurants

3

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Trail Map

Bridger Bowl Ski Area Trail Map

Contact Information

Address:

15795 Bridger Canyon Road
Bozeman, Montana
59715

Email Address:

Phone Number:

(800) 223-9609

Snow Report:

(406) 586-2389

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Resort Description

Since its opening in 1955, Bridger Bowl has tried to maintain a low profile, providing the local community of Bozeman with a place to get some turns on the weekend. However it wasn’t long before the rest of the ski community took notice. After all, it is kind of hard to keep 2,600 vertical feet of bowls, big cliffs and couloirs spread across 2,000 Montana acres secret for long. Not to mention an affordable ski option and 350 inches of annual snowfall just outside a well-known outdoors town.

While Bridger Bowl offers an equal amount of both beginner and intermediate terrain, the Ridge Terrain off of Schlasman’s Lift is what people write home about, with enough steeps and terrain to keep adrenaline junkies satisfied for days on end. Bridger Gully has tons of features to get creative with and is the location of the Bridger Gully Freeride competition every year.

Bozeman’s funky fun vibe has rubbed off on Bridger, bringing events like the Annual Pinhead Classic—a costumed telemark race, and the Sluice Box Slalom—a naturally banked slalom race, to the hill every year. Other competitions worth noting are the Skin to Win and the Bridger Bump Off.

For lodging and food, take the 20-mile drive down into Bozeman. Grab a burrito at La Pa Grill or hit up The Filling Station for some local grub and a free can of Busch Light if you show your lift ticket. The Molly Brown is a great spot to get your late-night local flavor over a pint. In the summer mountain biking and fly-fishing are the Bozeman activities of choice, but great climbing and hiking are just up the road in the Gallatin National Forest.

Lift Tickets & Operations

Adult Lift:

$51.00

Child Lift:

$16.00

Senior Lift:

$21.00

Open Date:

December

Close Date:

April

Hours of Operation:

9am - 4pm

Mountain Specs

Skiable Area:

2,000 acres

Base Elevation:

6,100 feet

Summit Elevation:

8,800 feet

Vertical Elevation:

2,600 feet

Average Snowfall:

350 inches

Longest Run:

15,840 feet

Snowmaking:

4%

Snowboarding:

Permitted

Ski Lifts

Number of Lifts:

7

Uphill Capacity:

Quad Chairs: 1
Triple Chairs: 3
Double Chairs: 3

Ski Trails

Number of Trails:

71

Easiest:

20%

More Difficult:

30%

Most Difficult:

20%

Terrain Parks:

2

Half Pipes:

0

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