Trail passes in the Bozeman Community Nordic Trails system are voluntary. If you can afford it, we recommend an annual pass and/or a donation.
What's the catch? The catch is that we need to sell enough passes each year to cover grooming costs. BSF needs $70,000+ for grooming, maintenance, and equipment each year. We raise that money solely through grants, donations, and trail passes. It turns out, that's a lot of trail passes.
So I don't really need to buy a pass? Technically, this is true. But the only way this voluntary trail pass system works is if the community supports it. So, be part of the Bozeman way--buy a pass and keep the trails groomed.
Where does my money go? BSF is a nonprofit and your purchase goes straight to BSF's Trails Program to fund the grooming of trails, grooming equipment and the maintenance and management of the program. And yes, your trails pass is a tax-deductible contribution.
Annual Community Nordic Trails Pass Cost:
Where to buy:
Purchase online below.
Purchase in Bozeman: at Chalet Sports, Bangtail Bike & Ski, or Round House Sports.
Your trails pass purchase is a tax-deductible contribution!