Bozeman's Non-Profit Ski Organization
Inspiring a life-long love of skiing, athletic excellence, and personal growth.
COME SKI WITH US.
Offering educational and competitive programs in Alpine, Nordic, Freestyle, and Freeskiing. And grooming cross-country ski trails for the Bozeman community.

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Volunteer. Dozens of events. Hundreds of positions. A great community.

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our PROGRAMS
World-class coaching. Access for all. Delivering skills, team environment, scholarships, a lifelong love of skiing, and a free winter trail system for the community.

COVID-19: Risk management & REFUNDS

2021-22 BSF SEASON: Bridger Ski Foundation will continue to utilize a risk management plan for operating in order to best protect staff, athletes and our community. This phased plan may change, as needed. Please read it HERE.  In addition, BSF has a Force Majeure clause (found HERE) to accommodate refunds: If BSF has to cancel training days for our programs due to COVID-19, we will offer participants a prorated refund of up to 70% for the scheduled training days that were cancelled. 
XC SKI trails
BSF is responsible for grooming Community Nordic Trails at 6 venues in Bozeman. Grooming is funded through voluntary trail passes.
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TRAIL PASS
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recent News

Nordic Teams Compete in Sun Valley, Idaho
January 18, 2022
More than 60 BSF Nordic skiers competed in Sun Valley. Here's the race report.
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Three Podiums for BSF at U.S. Nationals
January 11, 2022
The BSF Pro Team had a breakthrough week at U.S. Nationals with three podiums and 12 top-10 finishes.
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Freeski Team Goes Big at Big Sky
January 11, 2022
The BSF Freeskiing team had their first competition on January 8th at Big Sky Resort. With limited snow at the start of the year and no jumps to train on, the team went in feeling slightly rusty.
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