Bridger Ski Foundation
The Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is a non-profit community based volunteer organization providing educational, competitive, and social activities fostering personal and athletic excellence, with an emphasis on youth while encouraging participants of all ages.
BSF Ski Club
With it's roots dating back to the 1960s, the BSF Ski Club is integral to skiing in the Gallatin Valley. The Ski Club provides numerous social gatherings, coordinates the annual ski swap, and provides groomed ski trails at Lindley Park, Bridger Creek Golf Course, as well as Bozeman Creek (Sourdough Canyon). The Ski Club works closely with local merchants to provide discounts and to promote local skiing. BSF's goals are to provide affordable programs that allow as many participants as possible and to promote a strong skiing comraderie in the community.
BSF provides organized recreational and race programs for the three skiing disciplines: Alpine, Nordic, and Freestyle. BSF offers both lessons for eager youngsters and advancement opportunities for skiers who desire to pursue serious competitive skiing. Community and parental support are essential to the success of each program, and family participation in fundraising events, event production, and team administration is greatly appreciated.