Other Places

  • Ski Areas

    Schlasman's, Bridger Bowl, Saddle Peak
    Travis Andersen
    Bridger's bounty opens for business. Read more >>
    Perkins, Rich
    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 >>
    Edmunds, Meredith
    It’s official: Bridger Bowl recently purchased a 1976 Dopplemayr double chairlift from Snowbird with the intention of installing it in the Slushman’s drainage the summer of 2008. Read more >>
    Smith, Marjorie
    Remembering the early days at Bridger Bowl. Read more >>
    Frost, Mick
    It was one of those days you might hear about at an AA meeting, the kind of 9-5 career-ending day that is the lore of many a mountain town across the Northwest. After nearly three weeks of clear skies, the clouds rolled in and dumped two feet of snow overnight. On a Wednesday. Read more >>
  • Cabins

    Dehmer, Kurt
    For the average outdoor enthusiast, winter can be a difficult time to squeeze in a fun-filled overnight or multiday adventure without freezing your buns off or breaking the family budget. Read more >>
    Pogge, Drew
    Licks of window frost, blue in the darkness of morning, frame the distant glow of Gallatin Peak. You roll over in your sleeping bag, and the ancient bunk mattress beneath you squeaks in the cold. The fire is out. Read more >>
    Tanner Strickland
    Ranger cabins for every mood. Read more >>
  • Hot Springs

    Becky Stein
    Fatigued muscles from too many turns at Bridger Bowl? Have the doldrums from short cold days? How about relaxing, rejuvenating, and warming in up in one of Montana’s hot springs? Read more >>
    Keyes, Fletcher
    Developed:Bozeman Hot Springs. 586-6492; bozemanhotspring.comNorris Hot Springs. 685-3303; norrishotsprings.comChico Hot Springs. 333-4933; chicohotsprings.comUndeveloped:Boiling River. Mammoth, YNP Read more >>
    Montague, Ada
    After a hard day outside, when you feel so sore you can barely move or so cold your toes might snap off, just head to one of our nearby hot springs and melt your discomforts away. Read more >>
    England, Mike
    Deep in a forested canyon, on the bank of a gurgling stream, a ceaseless flow of mineral water gushes up from the bowels of the earth, into a deep, narrow pool lined with rocks and downed timber. Mingling with the icy stream, the water in the pool is a warm, inviting 105 degrees. Read more >>
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