Hully Gully, Bridger Bowl, Bozeman
Kirk, Karin
The grownup's guide.
downhill ski, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Tucker, David
If time’s short and all you can spare is a single day, point the car east and head for Red Lodge. Be sure to get an early start: it’s about a 2.5-hour drive. On the way out of town, stop by Sola Café for coffee and a breakfast sandwich. Read more >>
Van Hooser, David Theron
Moguls are your friends.
Cliff drop, Big Sky Resort, Montana skiing, ACL injury
LeGrand, Alex
All about the ACL.
Learn 2 Ski, Montana skiing
Karin Kirk
A closer look at common skiing lore.
Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, Bozeman ski hills, ski hills near Bozeman, Montana skiing
Ryan Krueger
Ski hills near Bozeman. With incredible terrain and two world-class ski hills within an hour’s drive, this place will change your life—here’s a quick rundown of what our area has to offer Read more >>
Jenny Sheets
Around the holidays at any ski resort, you can bet your can of Montucky that a middle-aged Midwestern man wearing jeans and a Packers sweatshirt is going to come barreling out of the trees with three kids in tow yelling, “Oh sure, you betcha’—fresh tracks!” With his hair flapping around reflectiv Read more >>
Ryan Krueger
How to be a dirtbag. 
Herzog, Tim
Every sport has its own unique mental components. In a sport like golf, we control the pace of much of the action, but in a sport like freestyle skiing, with its aerials and moguls, the pace is so fast that skiers are that much more at the mercy of the mountain. Read more >>
Christine Rogel
Every so often, a blue light flashes on top of the Baxter Hotel, alerting anyone within view of the tallest building in Bozeman that snow is falling at Bridger Bowl. Read more >>
Goodman, Cameron
Winter’s just around the corner, and it’s a given that dedicated skiers in southwest Montana will hunt down a few turns before the season gets started. Read more >>
Corinne Garcia
There are some places that many women try to avoid, and let’s face it, a locker room full of sweaty guys—along with their stinky, unwashed capilene—is one of them. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Montana is known for its big skies and even bigger skiing, but how did it all start? Downhill in Montana (Pictorial Histories, $25) features hundreds of detailed photos and documents detailing the birth and development of skiing in Montana. Read more >>
Yost, Aaron
I turn my face skyward to soak in a little reassurance before I cross into the Ridge’s shadow. I’m riding the Pierre’s Knob chair at Bridger Bowl by myself on a weekday. Read more >>
Bridger Bowl, Schlasman's, Bozeman
Brian Thompson
From the time of the proposed boundary expansion at Bridger Bowl to the moment I first arrived at the Schlasman’s lift line, I was nothing but ecstatic. But in the minutes leading up to my first ride, I began to waver. It was then that I thought about what "Slushman’s" really was. Read more >>
Rich Perkins
With the addition of the new Schlasman’s (this is the original and proper spelling, not “Slushman’s”) Lift, Bridger Bowl will boast a 311-acre expansion past the old south boundary. Because it's classified as “Ridge Terrain,” avalanche transceivers are required. Read more >>
DeLeo, Victor
At our home mountain in southern Montana, even on the cloudiest day, we always knew our way. But on that morning at Fernie Alpine Resort, I felt a little shaky. The clouds hooded the lift towers. From the chair, we could barely see the skiers below. Read more >>
Mike St. Thomas
When Big Sky and Bridger reluctantly close in April, have no fear: there’s still one more weekend of fun before area ski bums should start looking for warm-weather jobs. Every year in early to mid-April, Cooke City hosts its annual Sweet Corn Festival. Read more >>
Herrin, Nick
A stem turn is a great trick for skiers of all levels. It can be used to help start a turn that you’re uncertain about, or help you catch your balance when the snow conditions throw you off. Read more >>
Après Ski, Bozeman
Shannon Kelley
Where to go before going home.
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