2014-2015 Season Dates and Hours
|Off Season Administrative Office Hours||Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM|
|Off Season Reservation Office Hours||Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM|
Mountain Info and Statistics
The ski area is located on the east slope of the Bridger Range and extends approximately 2 miles between its north and south boundaries from the ridgeline down to the base area at 6,100’. Bridger Bowl is flanked by large bowls to the North and South. Most of the ski area offers wide open terrain with a variety of landscapes including long slopes, glades, chutes and gullies in addition to other smaller bowls.
|Vertical Rise:||2,700ft (2,600ft lift-served)|
|Highest Lift Served Elevation||8,700ft|
|Average Annual Snowfall||350 inches|
|Trails||75 + many unmarked runs|
|Longest Run||3 miles|
|Lift System||1 Quad - 5 Triples - 2 Doubles|
|Snowmaking||Coverage on 5% of area|
Trail Classifications: 20% Beginner - 30% Intermediate - 20% Advanced - 30% Expert
Detailed Area Description
What most folks enjoy about Bridger Bowl is that family and friends of varying skill levels can ride the same chair while still enjoying terrain challenges they individually desire. The mountain lays out in a large funnel or V shape. With our base area facilities and lifts at the bottom of the slopes we expand from about 200 yards across the base up to approximately 2 miles wide on our ridge-lined summit.
Bridger Bowl's terrain difficulty rating (beginner to expert) is fairly easy to determine based on elevation. Generally speaking, the ski area has a nice transitional progression from a first-time beginner slope in the base area to novice terrain across the lower middle, wide-open intermediate runs in the center, advanced open bowl terrain in the upper third and, finally, expert terrain coming off the ridge top.
Skiers and snowboarders who wish to ski ridge terrain, which includes all runs off the Schlasman lift, must have an avalanche transceiver (457 khz). It is strongly recommended to have a partner, a shovel and expert skiing or snowboarding abilities in addition to knowledge of the terrain before venturing into any of our designated lift or hike-accessed ridge terrain as these areas have no hazard markings, no grooming and no marked trails. Ridge Terrain contains numerous steep chutes, rock cliffs, and snow fields which may end in unmarked cliffs. Bridger Bowl's Ridge Terrain offers some of the most challenging skiing and riding found within any ski area boundary! Please consult our trail map for detailed description of all parts of the mountain. Our terrain park is located off the top of the Sunnyside lift.
Mountain Regulations and Safety
Bridger Bowl is committed to promoting responsible skiing and snowboarding. Please read more about skiing and riding responsibly at Bridger Bowl. Read More Here
Ski Area User Operational Requirements and ADA Statement
There are inherent risks in the sport of skiing and use of passenger ropeways. By use of the slopes, trails and lifts at Bridger Bowl, skiers and riders agree to accept these risks. For more information on standards, laws and regulations regarding these risks Click Here