Category Archives: Bridger Canyon Information

Bozeman Pass Zoning District

Jul 21, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Bozeman Pass Zoning District-f

The Bozeman Pass Zoning District was created in 2002 to for the primary purpose of regulating(preventing) coalbed methane drilling in the area which was an immediate threat at that time. However, the 32,000-acre district (50 square miles) Bozeman Pass Zoning District has the stated general purpose of furthering the health, safety, and general welfare of

Jackson Creek, Bozeman

Jul 18, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Jackson Creek Bozeman

The Jackson Creek area of Bozeman, MT encompasses the real estate area southeast of Bridger Canyon Road and north of Interstate 90. Jackson Creek Road is the primary road through this area and is approximately 15 miles long. Jackson Creek Road intersects at the 10 mile marker of Bridger Canyon Road. From there it proceeds

Bridger Canyon Resources

Jul 18, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Bridger Canyon Resources

Bridger Canyon Real Estate has an ever-expanding repository of information on Bridger Canyon and beyond. Click the links below to view the resource information available. The “Bridger Canyon Information” category includes information on the Bridger Canyon Area, including information on Bridger Canyon History. The “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) resource is an ever-expanding resource of information

Bridger Canyon Zoning Regulations

Jun 27, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Bridger Canyon Zoning Regulations

Bridger Canyon Zoning Regulations seek to preserve the rural character and the natural beauty and resources of Bridger Canyon and the State of Montana via the Bridger Canyon Rural Zoning District. The BCPOA(Bridger Canyon Property Owners Association) Planning and Zoning Committee vigorously defends the zoning regulations by testifying before the Bridger Canyon Planning and Zoning

Bridger Canyon Horse Properties

May 24, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Bridger Canyon Horse Properties

Bridger Canyon Horse Properties If you’re interested in raising horses, Bridger Canyon Horse Properties should be at the top of your list! Bridger Canyon Zoning allows for horses on all properties and only a few subdivisions in Bridger Canyon do not allow horses. With very productive grassland, acreage on every property, and numerous options for

Bridger Bowl Condos

May 21, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information

Bridger Bowl Condos Options for Ski In Ski Out Condos at Bridger Bowl are limited due to the Bridger Canyon Zoning District that was enacted in 1971. The only option for condos in the entire Bridger Canyon Zoning district are located in the Bridger Pines Subdivision. These Ski Chalet style cabins located in Bridger Pines

Bridger Bowl

May 20, 2016 Bridger Canyon Information
Bridger Bowl

Located 16 miles north of Bozeman is Bridger Bowl, a home-grown, nonprofit community ski area operating since 1955. Over the past 60 years local volunteers, board members, businesses, pass holders and more have helped Bridger Bowl grow to what it is today. Bridger Bowl offers 2,600 vertical feet with over 2,000 acres of amazing terrain,

Montana Stream Access Law

Nov 06, 2015 Bridger Canyon Information
Montana Stream Access Law

One of the many unique recreational benefits Montana offers is the Montana Stream Access Law. Under the Montana Stream Access Law, the public may use rivers and streams for recreational purposes up to the ordinary high-water mark. Although the law gives recreationists the right to use rivers and streams for water-related recreation, it does not

Bridger Mountain Range

Nov 02, 2015 Bridger Canyon Information
Bridger Mountain Range

The Bridger Range lies to the west of Bridger Canyon and is part of the Gallatin National Forest. The Bridger Mountain Range hosts Bozeman’s hometown ski hill (Bridger Bowl) and a varied collection of nearby trails that are great for an afternoon hike. Elk, deer and mountain goat can often be seen on the western side of the ridge where open meadows provide good foraging and the forested hillsides good cover. Bridger Canyon is famous for the yearly raptor migration. Each autumn, usually in the first two weeks of October, you can view these magnificent birds of prey on their migration south. Over 200 Golden Eagles may be observed in a single day!

Bridger Canyon Campgrounds

Nov 02, 2015 Bridger Canyon Information
Battle Ridge Campground

There are two campgrounds located in Bridger Canyon along the drive where Highway 86 (Bridger Canyon Road) passes through the National Forest. These campgrounds tend to fill up quickly during the summer, especially on weekends. Fairy Lake Campground Fairy Lake campground is at an elevation of 7,500 feet. Fairy Lake has nine camping units, and

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