Cross-Country Skiing in Bozeman
Trails & Grooming
for the community
The Bridger Ski Foundation grooms community Nordic trails at five venues in Bozeman, making winter recreation accessible to everyone.
Bridger Creek Golf Course
Lindley Park & Highland Glen, adjacent to Bozeman Health. (Park at Softball Complex on Ellis St. to access both these venues.)
Bozeman Creek/Sourdough Canyon
Hyalite Canyon - this area is primarily groomed by the U.S. Forest Service, with occasional BSF assistance when requested.
*For 2015-16, we will continue with our pilot program of grooming at Sacajawea Middle School. These trails will be utiltilized by students during the school day, and will be open to the public outside of school hours.
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, Bridger Creek Golf Course Partners, and Bozeman Health.
Trails News & Updates:
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.Proceeds from pass sales go directly to our grooming fund. These passes are voluntary, ensuring that everyone in the community has access to the trails, and they are also essential to keeping the groomers going.
2015-16 Trails Passes are now available for sale! Learn more>>
Donations to your Community Nordic Trails Program keep the trails maintained and groomed throughout the winter. Among our initiatives, we help sponsor a Trail Ambassador Program in partnership with GVLT, the City of Bozeman, and the U.S. Forest Service. Your donation is an important part our annual budget--whether it's in addition to a trails pass, or in lieu of one.