Bridger Bowl Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsBozeman, MT US
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Bridger Bowl TerrainWith a 2,600 foot lift-served vertical drop and an annual average of 350 inches of snowfall blanketing 2,000 acres of terrain accessed by 8 chair lifts, Bridger serves up major league skiing and riding at an outstanding value. 20% Beginner, 30% Intermediate and 50% Advanced/Expert spread over 75 named runs; four large, alpine bowls; numerous glades and a multitude of chutes, gullies and beautifully groomed terrain. The 2008/09 addition of the Schlasman's chairlift added 311 acres of ungroomed expert terrain that provides a true big mountain experience. As with Bridger's renown hike-to Ridge, access to the Schlasman's lift requires an avalanche transceiver. Knowledge of the Ridge and Schlasman's terrain is essential, as both areas have no hazard markings, no grooming and no marked trails - an expert's playground chock full of challenge that places Bridger on the wish list of any serious skier and snowboarder.
Bridger Bowl SnowboardingHalfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1
Bridger Bowl Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at Bridger BowlFor the 2013/14 Season Bridger is pleased to announce the new Powder Park and the new Alpine chair lifts. These brand-new triple chairs are ready to serve some of the best intermediate (BLUE RUNS) terrain in Montana! The new Powder Park and Alpine lifts (3,300/people/hr) will triple the uphill capacity compared to the “old Alpine” center pole, double chair (1,100/people/hr) that was retired last season.
Information last updated 10/22/2014.