Miss Bridger Bowl or looking to ski here? Take a quick look at the mountain through the eyes of an average guy snowboarder. It's not the crazy, extreme "dude-man-bro" videos you usually encounter. It just gives you a really nice, accurate look at what Bridger is REALLY like.
Don't feel bad if you did because I did too. Not much solace considering how incredible it looked. (I DID hear a lot of PTex was in need the following day but it was probably worth it.) Early season comes with risk to your boards but check out the smiles. Let's not miss the next one.
It's going to be a cold opening day but a hefty winter storm has dumped lots of fresh snow on the Bridgers this week, hopefully making for an excellent first day on the slopes. With two new lifts this season, you'll be able to enjoy even more of what you love at Bridger Bowl.
Bozeman along with its three glorious ski resorts Bridger Bowl, Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin is in the finals of Powder Magazine's Ski Town Throwdown. The voting ends on Sunday December 23rd. Get your votes in!
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The road wasn't easy
Snow has fallen, Bozeman! Some of us celebrate it and some of us curse it. I say throw a piece of plastic on the ground and sled it! Read on for the best sledding locations in and around Bozeman. Tell us your favorite locations in the comments...
I generally opt out of the season pass each year and instead try to hit up all the special ticket price days at Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and Moonlight. Cheap ticket days paired with full priced great powder days equals a great season for me! From Turkey for a Ticket day to MSU Bobcat Day, I've compiled the dates to mark on your calendars for lift ticket deals this ski/ride season.
According to a story in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Fritz Behr of Helena says that Bridger Bowl's "For Women Only" ski program is in violation of human rights law. Agree? Disagree? Log in and comment. Here's the full story.
The 2010-11 ski season is off and running at Bridger Bowl. Mother Nature has been kind with excellent early season snow. And Bridger Bowl has unveiled another year of improvements at the hill just 16 miles north of Bozeman.