Bear Paw Ski Bowl Montana

Submitted By: Mapper on 31 Oct 2007
GPS Coordinates of Bear Paw Ski Bowl
Latitude: 48.164404
Longitude: -109.670143






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Bear Paw Ski Bowl is located 29 miles south of Havre on the Chippewa Cree Recreation Area.

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Bear Paw Ski Bowl has an average annual snowfall of 140 inches.

They offer over 20 runs:
- 25% beginner
- 25% intermediate
- 50% advanced.

Many of the runs and trails at Bear Paw have been named after former Chippewa Cree Chiefs, Medicine Men and other notable tribal members.

The Bear Paw Ski Bowl offers a unique opportunity for residents of the Hi-line and others fortunate enough to stumble across this hill.

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