Bridger Bowl Ski Area
- Address: 15795 Bridger Canyon Rd, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-4065872111
- Ticket Price: 60 USD
- Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Skiing
Bridger Bowl Ski Area - Review
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 Information
- Tickets can be brought online.
Bridger Bowl Ski Area Ticket Prices
- 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 by Public Transport
- You can hire a car or taxi to get here.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bridger Bowl Ski Area
72.38% of people who visit Bozeman include Bridger Bowl Ski Area in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
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
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bridger Bowl Ski Area
Bridger Bowl Ski Area Trips
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Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Bozeman Reviews
This is a beautiful drive during the early spring early summer days. I’ve never skied here I’ve only driven to Bozeman and back through. I love the drive! However, If you have any motion sickness people with you this might not be the way to go!
It was summer and I went to hike not to ski. The route to the top is not well marked so it's good to have a map but you get up to the ridge rather quickly. In the early summer the flowers are beautiful
Definitely going to be a different kind of review here. Absolutely I totally to phenomenal place to go. Has Great Hills ski starting from kid areas to the most extreme Peak areas. Usually a very busy area but if you go towards the top of the hill most people aren't there yet and it's best to go in the trees where you can find fresh powder all ways. They have secret little hideouts you can always go to which makes the mountain always more fun. Restaurants they're absolutely amazing as the food is always cooked fresh at least every 30 minutes. Have a great variety of foods such as Pizza chili other soups Burgers hot dogs and others. The seating is always great and usually recommend sitting outside so you can enjoy the Sun and eat your fresh amazing fries. Definitely a great place to go for a family event and enjoy good slopes. Prices are pretty good but exactly what you should expect.
Prices are insanely expensive for an average ski resort. They don’t work with college kids and expect over $600 months before they even open
Awesome place to ski. Awesome variety of terrain from beginner to experts. Excellent snow conditions. Employees are good natured and actually appear to enjoy working at this awesome little mountain. Parking, lifts, lodges are all top notch and the price is right! Also, the staff was super helpful helping us plan a ski and stay package. Great customer service!