SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The shorter and cooler days have arrived, which for cyclists in our area signals that it is time to swap two-wheeled transportation for four-wheeled, and that cycling season is over for another season. Or is it?
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.
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.
Limited food service is offered at the Alpine Cabin, such as sandwiches and soup, along with beverages as well as beer and wine.
Local stone was quarried for part of the construction.
Saddle Peak Lodge was the last major building constructed at Bridger Bowl in 2004.
The Deer Park Chalet was rebuilt in the 1990s.
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.
Sleeping Giant Ski Area, near Cody, Wyo., has opened for the season.
This eagle has landed, for now anyway.
Bridger Bowl Ski Area north of Bozeman will open for the season on Friday at 9 a.m.
Not long after the recession put the skids on skiing like an unwaxed board in heavy crud, Idaho's Sun Valley, Brundage and Tamarack resorts are applying a fresh coat and hoping to slide into a smoother future.
RED LODGE — Friday’s mild temperatures meant soft snow for skiers, who were nonetheless excited to hit the slopes to kick off the season.
Skiers and snowboarders enjoy opening day at Red Lodge Mountain.
CASPER, Wyo. — Before snowboarders shred down hills, before skiers jump off cliffs, and before hot chocolate fills cups in lodges, ski area managers are working.
Warren Miller’s 65th film, “No Turning Back,” is being screened at the Alberta Bair Theater on Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Ingrid Backstrom is one of the featured skiers in Warren Miller’s new film, “No Turning Back,” which includes a segment shot in Montana.
With 16 inches of new snow on the ground, Big Sky Resort will open for the ski season on Thanksgiving Day with three chairlifts operating.
Skiers can chase their thrills at Discovery Ski Area when it opens on Thursday.
After receiving 10 inches of snow over the weekend, Discovery Ski Area near Anaconda will open Thanksgiving Day.