Bridger Bowl reviews

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The first time I visited Bridger Bowl was in January 2003. Thought it was just as good to buy a season ticket right away, since the resort is only 20 minutes from MSU-Bozeman. However, the snow was anything but good. Too little snow to try to go outside the hilly slopes. The mood was not on top!

Then came the sweet month of February. The best month since they started measuring the snowfall in 1968. What does this tell us, that it snowed over 2.5 meters in the first 20 days. The mountain shifted into a celestial kingdom.

If you want to get to the right ride, you have to hesitate on "The Ridge" which will take you an hour for an hour, but it's worth it all the time after a snowfall. Many good steep bowls to go down in. Do not forget the snorkel because it's hard to see and breathe in 6 feet of snow (180cm) !!! They require you to have a spade, tranciever and a friend to get used to.

The fall height is nothing to brag about compared to many resorts in the Alps, but the proximity to Bozeman and that the lifts do not exist makes this a great place if you only snuggle the snow. No pillows = no good ride here.