Bridger Bowl is a private, nonprofit community ski area with no owners. Consequently, all proceeds are reinvested into the area to cover operational expenses and improvements. Because there are no owners or shareholders to compensate, Bridger Bowl can afford to offer low-cost tickets for high-quality skiing.
Bridger Bowl is bordered by large bowlsboth to the north and to the south, with wide-open, varied terrain, including glades, long slopes, gullies, chutes, and other, smaller bowls in between.
Climb 400’ above the Bridger Bowl Bridger Lift to the world famous “Ridge”where expert alpine, tele, and boarders shred knarly chutes, rocky cliffs, and snowfields. But don’t forget your shovel, transceiver, and partner!
Bridger Bowl comes with a new lodge and central reservations office, rental shop, ski school, cafeteria, and bar & grill. Mid-mountain, you’ll find another chalet-lodge, with excellent grub: baked goods, hot soups, sandwiches, and drinks.
After shredding the Ridge at Bridger Bowl Ski Resort, drive the short 16 miles back to Bozeman on Highway 86 where you’ll find shopping, art, food, drink, and music at a wealth of excellent bars, galleries, shops, microbreweries, and restaurants.
Make Bozeman’s Bridger Bowl Ski Area your destination this year as you search for your Bozeman Montana Real Estate or Montana ski property.
|Snow Phone||(406) 586-2389|
|Adult Full Day Ticket||$49|
|Junior Full Day Ticket||$16|
|Senior Full Day Ticket||$22|
|Base Elevation||6,100ft (1,859m)|
|Summit Elevation||8,700ft (2,652m)|
|Vertical Drop||2,600ft (792m)|
|Skiable Area||1,500 acres (607 hectares)|
|Number of Lifts||7|
|Uphill Lift Capacity||7,600 per hour|
|Longest Run||15,840ft (4,828m)|