Community Nordic Trails

Trails and grooming for the Community

The Bridger Ski Foundation grooms community Nordic trails at six venues in Bozeman, making winter recreation accessible to everyone.


  • Bridger Creek Golf Course
  • Sunset Hills Trails (formerly Lindley Trails) 
  • Highland Glen, adjacent to Bozeman Health
  • Bozeman Creek/Sourdough Canyon
  • Hyalite Canyon - this area is primarily groomed by the U.S. Forest Service, with occasional BSF assistance when requested.
  • Sacajawea Middle School*

*For 2016-17, we will continue with our pilot program of grooming at Sacajawea Middle School, thanks to funding from Barnard Construction. These trails will be utilized by students during the school day, and will be open to the public outside of school hours.



Trail passes are voluntary. That's right; we want everyone to have access to these trails. BSF is one of the few clubs in the country that doesn't charge a mandatory fee; and it's all because of generous community members. That why, if you can afford it, we urge you to make a donation and/or buy a trails pass. Trail pass sales, grants, and donations fund the grooming of these trails. Your support will ensure grooming and open access for years to come.


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