The ski area is located on the east slope of the Bridger Mountain Range. With four large bowls within the boundaries, the ski area offers wide-open terrain with a variety of landscapes including long, wide-open slopes, glades, chutes and gullies.
The mountain lays out in a large funnel or “V” shape expanding from about 200 yards in width across the base area up to approximately 2 miles wide across the ridge top.
Family and friends of varying skill levels can ride several of our chair lifts together while still enjoying varying terrain best matching their individual ability.
Bridger Bowl’s terrain difficulty rating (beginner to expert) is fairly easy to determine based on elevation.
Generally speaking, the ski area offers first-time beginner slopes in the base area, 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.