Bridger Bowl Ski Area Information

2019-2020 Snowboarding and Skiing Season at Bridger Bowl Ski Resort – Opens December 6, 2019

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Bridger Bowl Youth SkingBridger Bowl is a private, nonprofit Montana community ski area with no owners. Consequently, all proceeds are reinvested into the ski area to cover operational expenses and improvements. Because there are no owners or shareholders to compensate, Bridger Bowl Ski Area can afford to offer low-cost tickets for high-quality skiing and snowboarding.

68″ World Record 24 Hour Snowfall at Bridger Bowl from December 26th-27th, 2003, closing Bozeman’s only ski area until December 28th, 2003. (87″ top of Bridger Lift and 59″ top of Alpine Chair.)

Close to Bozeman, MT, Bridger Bowl is bordered by large bowls to the north and south, both with wide-open, varied terrain, including glades, long slopes, gullies, chutes, and other, smaller bowls in-between.

Bridger Bowl Trail Map

Bozeman’s Bridger Bowl Ski Area Trail Map (enlarges)

A great place for kids to Learn To Ski, Bridger Bowl – Get Bridger Bowl TicketsBridger Bowl Snow Report

Climb 400’ above the the Bowl’s Bridger Lift to the world famous “Ridge” where expert alpine, téléski, and snowboarders shred gnarly 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 and grill. Mid-mountain, you’ll find another chalet-lodge, with excellent grub: baked goods, hot soups, sandwiches, and drinks.

Downtown Bozeman Restaurants and Dining

After shredding the Ridge at Bridger Bowl Ski Resort, drive the quick, 16 miles back on Highway 86 to Bozeman, where you’ll find shopping,  dining, art, food, drink, and music at a wealth Bridger Lift, Bridger Bowl Ski Areaof excellent bars, galleries, shops, microbreweries, and restaurants.

Make Bozeman’s Bridger Bowl Ski Area your destination this year as you search for your Bozeman Real Estate or Montana ski resort properties near Bridger Bowl or Big Sky.

Interested in Nordic skiing: cross-country and skate skiing? Try Crosscut Cross Country Skiing, next door to Bridger Bowl.

General Information Bridger Bowl Season 2019-2020

Bridger Bowl Telephone(800) 223-9609
Bridger Bowl Snow Phone(406) 586-2389
Fax to Bridger Bowl(406) 587-1069
Bridger Bowl Adult Full Day / Half Day Ticket$63/53
Child Full / Half Day Tickets Bridger$25/25
Senior Full Day Ticket (Over 80 FREE)$35/35

Bridger Bowl Mountain Stats

Base Elevation at Bridger Bowl6,100 ft (1,859 m)
Bridger Bowl’s Summit Elevation8,700 ft (2,652 m)
Vertical Drop at Bridger2,600 ft (792 m)
Bridger Bowl’s Skiable Area2,000 acres (809 hectares)
Number of Lifts at Bridger Bowl8 chair, 3 surface
Bridger’s Uphill Lift Capacity7,900 per hour
Ski Trails at Bridger Bowl75
What is Bridger Bowl’s Longest Run?15,840 ft (4,828 m)

Bridger Bowl Area Services

Bridger Bowl Child CareYes
Adaptive Skiing at Bridger BowlYes
Bridger Bowl Ski and Snowboard LessonsYes
Bridger Bowl Rentals (ski/snowboard)Yes
Find Bridger Bowl Lodging BozemanYes

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