Miss Bridger Bowl or looking to ski here? Take a quick look at the mountain through the eyes of an average guy snowboarder. It's not the crazy, extreme "dude-man-bro" videos you usually encounter. It just gives you a really nice, accurate look at what Bridger is REALLY like.
I got the email from the horse's mouth this afternoon (Big Sky Marketing Department, that is) so you know it's true....Big Sky Resort is set to open their ski season on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th.
Right now, I bet you are strapped into your ski or snowboard boots and reading this through rose colored goggles. No? Well you should be because the season is going to be here quick! Here we have a graph to illustrate how much money you save, or don't save when you purchase a season pass at Bridger Bowl.
I generally opt out of the season pass each year and instead try to hit up all the special ticket price days at Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and Moonlight. Cheap ticket days paired with full priced great powder days equals a great season for me! From Turkey for a Ticket day to MSU Bobcat Day, I've compiled the dates to mark on your calendars for lift ticket deals this ski/ride season.
Biggest skiing in America is getting even bigger! Big Sky Resort is expanding its gladed tree runs by adding five new ski trails with 20+ acres of new terrain that will open on Andesite Mountain for the 2011/2012 winter season.
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