|Location||Peru, Vermont, USA|
|Vertical||1,334 feet (407 m) |
|Top elevation||3,263 feet (995 m)|
|Base elevation||1,956 feet (596 m)|
|Skiable area||178 acres (72 ha)|
Bromley Mountain is a mountain in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont, United States. It is located in Bennington County, seven miles (11 km) to the east of Manchester, Vermont and just west of Peru, Vermont. It is a popular destination for such sports as skiing and snowboarding.
The Bromley Mountain resort was founded by Fred Pabst Jr., the son of the famous Captain Frederick Pabst (Frederick was the founder of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer). It is home to 45 trails, including 4 glades, beginner to expert, served by nine lifts. Bromley was once rated number one in family programs in all of North America by SKI Magazine.
- "Bromley Mountain". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-01-18.
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