Bridger Bowl Ski Area

4.8152 Votes
  • Address: 15795 Bridger Canyon Rd, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-4065872111
  • Ticket Price: 60 USD
  • Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Skiing

Heading to Bozeman in winter? Pack your skis along with you and visit the Bridger Bowl Skiing Area in the east side of the Bridger Mountain Range. Started in 1955, this is the oldest skiing arena near Bozeman. It also offers training for first-time skiers. There are skiing areas designated for various levels of expertise in skiing. In all, there are around six such areas where you can ski depending upon your skill. You can enjoy superb views of the mountain from the different lodges in the vicinity. Families can also ride the Bridger and Alpine chair lifts to enjoy breath-taking views of the mountains.

Bridger Bowl Ski Area Travel Tips

  • Tickets can be brought online.

Entrance Ticket Details For Bridger Bowl Ski Area

  • Children’s ticket (7-12 years): 22 USD
  • Children below the age of 7 do not need a ticket.
  • Seniors ticket: 35 USD

How to Reach Bridger Bowl Ski Area

  • You can hire a car or taxi to get here.

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  • Bridger Bowl Ski Area Address: 15795 Bridger Canyon Rd, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA, United States
  • Bridger Bowl Ski Area Contact Number: +1-4065872111
  • Bridger Bowl Ski Area Price: 60 USD
  • Time required to visit Bridger Bowl Ski Area: 06:00 Hrs
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  • 32.9% of people who visit Bozeman include Bridger Bowl Ski Area in their plan

  • 43.59% of people start their Bridger Bowl Ski Area visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Bridger Bowl Ski Area

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bridger Bowl Ski Area

People normally club together Bozeman Public Library and Gallatin River while planning their visit to Bridger Bowl Ski Area.

People also prefer to end their day with Bridger Bowl Ski Area.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Bridger Bowl Ski Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • Bridger is a fantastic mountain! There is a large variety in terrain across the mountain, along with good snow coverage most of the time. The staff is very friendly, and the community among skiers and snowboarders is very strong here. Food at the lodges is very good, although there can be a lack of seating on busy days. The wait for lift lines usually isn't very long, at least on the upper mountain, and the scenery is extremely beautiful.

  • Such an amazing mountain. Tons of terrain options for all levels. Has a local feel while still having wonderful amenities. We stayed in Bozeman which allowed us to go out to eat and enjoy the local hot springs in the evening and the drive each morning was beautiful and quick. I highly recommend!

  • The snow and trail layout is great They have amazing scenery and grooming The parking is close and not overcrowded

  • We love this ski area. The new lifts added in the last few years are really amazing. The bunny hill is great for kids and beginners. There are several lodges spaced around which is perfect because one is always pretty close.

  • Unless it's a Wednesday, with no new snow, at 3:30pm- Bridger Bowl is a zoo. Now, if you like 30 minute lift lines, no parking, and a sub-par ski experience- it might be your place. And don't be fooled by the positive reviews: they're most likely left by Oatans from Buck Hill or Jerry Peak. Save your money, and your time, and head to Front range Colorado, Tahoe, or Jackson, and avoid the garbage that is Montana skiing/snowboarding.

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