- Before October 15, the pass type is determined by passholder’s age as of October 15.
- After October 15, the pass type is determined by passholder’s age on the date of purchase.
Ski Area & Base Lodges Closed, NO Loitering
Governor Bullock’s directive to stay at home impacts everyone. We strongly advise against uphill travel which could place first responders at greater risk. Help SLOW the spread of COVID-19 and stay home. Ski Patrol is NOT performing avalanche work. In case of an emergency call 911.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are lift tickets I purchased online mailed?
No, online lift ticket orders are not mailed. Day tickets are issued only on the day of use, multiday on the first day of use.
How do I redeem lift tickets that I purchased online?
Lift tickets purchased online can be redeemed by presenting the order number at the ticket window. Unredeemed lift tickets expire at the end of the season and are nonrefundable.
On which date are lift tickets I purchased online valid?
Lift tickets purchased online are valid any day of the current season. Unredeemed lift tickets expire at the end of the season and are nonrefundable.
Does Bridger Bowl offer refunds for lift tickets?
No, all lift tickets are nonrefundable.
Do Bridger Bowl gift cards expire?
No, all gift cards do not expire.