Bridger Bowl is located only 20 minutes up Bridger Canyon from the exciting town of Bozeman. Bozeman is a young and active community and home to Montana State University. It is a tourist-oriented community and serves as a gateway to Yellowstone National Park, located about 90 miles from either the North or West entrance to the park. Ranked by Skiing Magazine as one of the top 10 ski towns in America, Bozeman is easily accessible by air with its major airport only 8 miles from town. Driving, it can be reached off of Interstate 90 in S.W. Montana, approximately 140 miles west of Billings, MT.
Walk through historic downtown Bozeman and visit locally owned art galleries, restaurants, movie theaters, and retail shops. Bozeman also offers many community events including art, music, theater, movies, dance, literary and cultural events. The night life consists of a variety of live music, sports pubs, dancing and local theatres. The Bozone, Bozeman's local community newspaper, lists upcoming community events from live music to sports. Go to www.bozone.com to view a current schedule of events.
Bozeman is the place to be for that small town feeling with big city amenities. Whether you are young and single or married with kids, Bozeman is a real town with lots of fun things to do.
Livingston is a classic Montana town that has managed to maintain its western charm and small town feel over the years. The original gateway to Yellowstone National Park (60 miles south of town), Livingston is now known for its award winning steakhouses, fine dining, art galleries, outdoor activities and as a great destination for visiting skiers. Livingston is located 25 miles east of Bozeman on Interstate 90 just over the Bozeman Pass. Bridger Bowl is only 30 miles from Livingston by the Jackson Creek Rd. exit off I-90 about 16 miles west of Livingston. Bridger Bowl offers special rates and packages at several of Livingston's fine accommodations.