Analysing terrain data
This run follows the line of the old Bridger chair.
It gets overlooked many mornings because it is off the fall line from the new Bridger chair.
Bridger run has a nice steep pitch in the beginning just under Bronco, then flattens out for the middle section as it pulls away from the Bridger chair.
It then rolls over at the junction with Boot Hill.
Soft turns off the side can be found late in the day on many powder days.
It doesn't get sun baked too often due to its ENE aspect and it never has moguls.