TRAILS & GROOMING
The Community Nordic Trails Program ensures that winter trails in Bozeman are groomed for your enjoyment.
Watch the video below to learn more!
The Community Nordic Trails Program is made possible by the effort and partnership of Bridger Ski Foundation with: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT), Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman City Parks & Recreation Department and Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. We currently maintain and groom 70 km of trails in four areas (see Trails Maps for details):
- Bridger Creek Golf Course
- Lindley Park adjacent to Bozeman Deaconness Hospital - including the Highland Glen trails
- Bozeman Creek/Sourdough Canyon
- Hyalite Canyon - this area is primarily groomed by the U.S. Forest Service, with occasional BSF assistance when requested.
Trails news & updates:
View 2012/13 End-of-Season report
Bridger Ski Foundation needed to purchase a new grooming machine this past winter. This was a long-term capital investment that will allow BSF to continue grooming Bozeman Community Trails for many winters to come.
Thanks to several contributions, including a generous challenge grant that matches other donations 1-to-1, up to $30,000, we have now raised nearly enough funds to finish paying for the new state-of-the-art groomer.
Please contribute toward the new groomer, and the value of your gift will be doubled!
Community Nordic Trails Passes
Your purchase of a Nordic Community Trails Pass helps Bridger Ski Foundation provide quality Nordic trail grooming throughout Bozeman and the surrounding area.
2013-14 Trails Passes are now available!