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Bridger Bowl Ski Area

Bridger Bowl History Episode 1

Bridger Bowl History Episode 1

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Bridger Bowl History Episode 2

Bridger Bowl History Episode 2

First Lifts and Getting to the Mountain

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Mountain reflection

Mountain reflection

Saddle Peak in the Bridger Mountains is reflected in the windows of the new Alpine Cabin at Bridger Bowl Ski Area.

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Bridger Bowl view

Bridger Bowl view

An aerial view from 2013 shows Bridger Bowl Ski Area from the east. 

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Young skier

Young skier

A young skier glides past the new Alpine Cabin as seen from inside the most recent addition to Bridger Bowl Ski Area.

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Whiteout

Whiteout

Skiers and snowboarders battered by a heavy, wet snowstorm Jan. 18 gather at the base of Bridger Bowl. The ski area is marking it’s 60th anniversary this season.

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Old Bridger

Old Bridger

Even though much has changed in the 60 years that Bridger Bowl was founded as a ski area, it still remains a family-centered operation.

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Bridger at 60: Families still a foundation of Bozeman ski area

Bridger at 60: Families still a foundation of Bozeman ski area

BRIDGER BOWL SKI AREA — Introduced by their father at a young age to snow skiing, brothers Paul and Matt Broberg have now passed on the tradition to their children.

January 25, 2015 5:00 am Video Photos

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Bridger Bowl Ski Area’s new lodge aimed at greener skiers, boarders

Bridger Bowl Ski Area’s new lodge aimed at greener skiers, boarders

Coming off its biggest season ever, Bridger Bowl Ski Area will unveil the newly built 2,400-square-foot Alpine Cabin at a public ceremony Saturday at 11 a.m.

December 14, 2014 7:00 am Photos

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Foundation

Foundation

After footings were poured in early June, 6 inches of rain delayed pouring of the foundation walls until the end of the month, putting a crunch on the construction time frame.

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Limited services

Limited services

Limited food service is offered at the Alpine Cabin, such as sandwiches and soup, along with beverages as well as beer and wine.

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Local stone

Local stone

Local stone was quarried for part of the construction.

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Deer Park Chalet

Deer Park Chalet

The Deer Park Chalet was rebuilt in the 1990s.

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Alpine Cabin

Alpine Cabin

Bridger Bowl Ski Area’s new Alpine Cabin was finished in October and is now open to the public. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the cabin.

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Saddle Peak Lodge

Saddle Peak Lodge

Saddle Peak Lodge at Bridger Bowl.

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Bridger Bowl Ski Area opens on Friday

Bridger Bowl Ski Area opens on Friday

Bridger Bowl Ski Area north of Bozeman will open for the season on Friday at 9 a.m.

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Special Report: Ski areas enjoyed up side of rugged winter of 2014-15

Special Report: Ski areas enjoyed up side of rugged winter of 2014-15

The great white winter of 2013-14 caused countless strained backs and worn-out snow shovels thanks to a record 99 inches of snowfall that buried Billings. But all of that snow proved to be a bonanza for Montana ski areas.

May 01, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Continued snowfall boosts ski areas

Continued snowfall boosts ski areas

While unending snowfall may be bothersome to Montanans weary of an extended winter, it has produced an incredible spring skiing and snowboarding season.

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Bridger Bowl backup: Parking woes stall skiers, snowboarders

Bridger Bowl backup: Parking woes stall skiers, snowboarders

Imagine a business where your product is so popular that you have to turn customers away.

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Logging project proposed near Bozeman ski area

The Forest Service is proposing to thin about 250 acres of forest to reduce tree mortality from insect infestations adjacent to Bridger Bowl Ski Area in the Gallatin National Forest.

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