Hiking Bridger Bowl

Bridger Bowl shuts down its lifts on the 2nd weekend of April.  On some years we have skied with a couple inches of fresh powder and heavy snowflakes filling the sky, and on others it is so warm that not even a jacket is needed.  This year we enjoyed clear blue skies and temperatures in the 50’s.  This was the perfect opportunity to take my twin sister on a hike on The Fingers.  This hike isn’t too long, and the runs down allow for some nice quick turns and a nice transition back to the groomed runs.

The hike took about 15 minutes to complete, and we were able to enjoy a moment sitting in the sun softened snow while soaking up some much needed sun.  It was a great last hike of the season, and a perfect activity to aide the transition into hiking season.  Every season, every weekend and even every day offers an opportunity to have some kind of adventure here in Montana.

Pack up your gear, find a friend and start exploring!