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Skier enjoying cold smoke powder snow in Mundy's Bowl accessed off the Schlasman lift at Bridger Bowl.

Photograph by Doug Wales

Bridger Bowl offers skiers and snowboarders of all abilities a world-class venue to pursue their passion. Fifty percent of the mountain is beginner or intermediate terrain. From a dedicated beginner area with its own chairlift for first-timers to Bridger’s newly lift-accessed "Ridge," there is certainly something for everyone. Expert skiers and riders will find a vertical playground of chutes, snowfields, cliff bands and glades. Four large alpine bowls and a multitude of superb natural terrain features including forested slopes, smaller bowls, and gullies provide riders the opportunity to hone their skills and test their limits. Our mid-mountain terrain park offers a wide variety of boxes and rails for riders of different abilities. Also natural hits and terrain features can be found around the whole mountain.

Bridger Bowl has had many major improvements with its 311-acre terrain expansion in 2008 and the new Bridger lift in 2010. With 2,600 vertical feet covering 2,000 acres of terrain, three beautiful day lodges, a professional ski and snowboard school, and a complete line of rental and retail services, your whole family will fully enjoy this one-of-a-kind community ski area.

The exciting and active sporting town of Bozeman, Montana, is only 20 minutes away down the canyon. Bridger Bowl Central Reservations will provide you some of the best ski vacation package prices that you will find anywhere in North America. Call 1-800-223-9609 or visit www.bridgerbowl.com to book your PowderHound Package. Book four days of lift tickets and lodging for as low as $69/day/person—all season! When you stay in Bozeman, you get all the fun, great food, and nightlife that an exciting Rocky Mountain university town has to offer.

Check out the snow conditions every day of the season at www.bridgerbowl.com. Our Daily Snow Videos provide you a daily visual ski report and is posted by 2:00 pm each day. You can see the past ten seasons archived at www.bridgerbowl.com.

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