anyways, Bridger does not have a good park, but it is fun to take a lap through it on the way down to the parking lot or when you and your crew are hammered on gaper day.
if you want to learn how to ski steep, fast, technical lines, Bridger is the place to go. it's full of straight lines and cliffs. basically, if you want to be a billy goat on skis then go to Bridger. it's also surrounded by great side-country which is easily accessible from the ridge.
if you put in the work, the terrain at Bridger is very rewarding. you have to be willing to hike in order to get to the really good stuff (saddle, the fingers, anything off of the ridge). Schlasmans is full of great options; under the chair hero cliffs, and tons of other great lines straight from the chair. High-t also has some fun lines which are accessible by a very small amount of side-stepping.
if you ski at Bridger...
1. Purchase "Stepping Up." it's a guide to Bridger Bowl
2. Hike a ton. It'll get you to the really great lines and whip you into shape.
3. If you don't feel like hiking, skiing under Pierre's Knob (lift) is always a good time.
4. If you are skiing Alpine (another lift, RIP) you can't use poles. It's against the rules.
5. Put in the work and hike to Hidden Gully when there's fresh snow. Ski Hidden Gully into the apron. You'll orgasm.
There's so much more I could tell you about Bridger, but you should find it out yourself because thats most of the fun anyways. Oh, and purchase a beacon because that's the only way you're gonna be allowed to get to the great stuff.
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