Support Bozeman's nordic trails.
Most of the Nordic ski trails that mosey around Bozeman are free to use, but maintaining them is far from a cost-free endeavor. Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) takes care of these trails—grooming them, providing ski programs to over 1,000 local children each season, and funding the equipment and personnel it takes to do it. BSF has been around for over 80 years, but within the last decade, program participation has skyrocketed. The cost of upkeep is climbing as well, and BSF needs to sell more trail passes to maintain our community trails.
Anyone can grab their skis and kick off onto BSF’s trails. If you think that’s as amazing as we do, give some support to this community treasure by buying a BSF trail pass. It’s $75 for the season, or $150 for a family pass. BSF uses all the money raised from selling passes to manage over 70k of corduroy.