Join us at 6:30 a.m. each weekday morning for the XL Ski Report, brought to you by Bridger Orthopedic, For All of Life's Motions.

For opening dates, closures, and any other up-to-date information you may be looking for during ski season, just click the "Ski Conditions" tab on our home page.

For ski conditions throughout the state of Montana and the surrounding area 24 hours a day, visit the links below:

Bridger Bowl: located at 15795 Bridger Canyon Road, Bozeman, MT.

Big Sky Ski Resort: located at 50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky, MT.

Blacktail Mountain: located at 3990 Blacktail Rd, Lakeside, MT.

Red Lodge Mountain: located at 305 Ski Run Rd, Red Lodge, MT.

Maverick Mountain: located at 1600 Maverick Mountain Rd, Polaris, MT.

Montana Snow Bowl: located at 1700 Snow Bowl Rd, Missoula, MT.

Lost Trail Powder Mountain: located at 9485 US-93, Sula, MT.

Discovery Ski Area: 180 Discovery Basin Rd, Anaconda, MT.

Showdown Montana:  located at 2850 US-89, Neihart, MT.

Turner Mountain: located at Pipe Creek Rd, Libby, MT.

Whitefish Mountain: located at 1015 Glades Dr, Whitefish, MT.

Jackson Hole: located at 3395 Cody Ln, Teton Village in Wyoming

Enjoy your slopes this year! If you are in Bozeman you can watch for the Blue Light on top of the Baxter Hotel, which indicates if Bridger Bowl is ready for you with fresh snow. The famous Blue Light will be glowing bright if Bridger Bowl has gotten at least 2 inches of fresh snow. The light will stay on for 24 hours.

This report is brought to you by Bridger Orthopedic. You can count on them for "All Of Life's Motions". 

Be safe out there my friends!

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