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 skiing and snowboarding.
The Bromley Mountain resort was founded by Fred Pabst Jr., the son of the famous Captain
Frederick Pabst, the founder of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer). It is home to 46 trails, including 6 glades and 3 freestyle terrain parks. Trails range from beginner to expert and are served by 10 lifts. Bromley was once rated number one in family programs in all of North America by SKI Magazine.
Due to its southern exposure, Bromley is known as "The Sun Mountain."
The [2 ] Long Trail and Appalachian Trail go over the mountain.
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Year Opened: 1936
Number of Lifts: 9
High-speed quads: 1
Quad chairs: 1
Double chairs: 4
Surface lifts: 3
Uphill Lift Capacity: 10,806 skiers per hour
On Mountain Lodging: Bromley Village and Sun Lodge
Base: 1,950 feet
Summit: 3,284 feet
Vertical drop: 1,334 feet
Longest run: 2.5 miles - Runaround
Types of runs
Base Lodge: located at the base and main entrance to the mountain, with ski shop, rentals, tickets, two cafeterias, the Boar's Head Restaurant and Bar, daycare, and ski and snowboard school desks
Kid's Cabin: located in the Learning Center near the Star Carpet, it houses a bathroom, hot chocolate machine, and water cooler
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