- Overall Rating 4
- Family Friendly 5
- All-Mtn. Terrain 3
- Terrain Park 3
- Nightlife 3
Pros: Tuesday Lift & Lunch Special, narrow blues, moguls, glades
Cons: South-facing on a really warm day
Recommended For: Singles, Family Friendly, Empty Nesters
Date Visited: Mar 1, 2010
Second time at Bromley, but I will give part of this review from the eyes of my boyfriend:
This was his first time here and also first time skiing in Vermont (we also went to Stratton). He has only been skiing for 2-3 years but is able to handle most any blues and easier/groomed black diamonds. He thought the prices and service were great and he was really impressed by the skiing in Vermont as a whole.
The mountain is smaller than nearby resorts, but makes full use of its 1350-ish vertical. The trails are long, but not particularly challenging for the expert skier. When we went, there were moguls wall-to-wall on all but a few of the black diamonds, and a few of the blues also had smaller moguls. The natural snow was great, but it did get pretty slushy as the temperatures were in the mid- to upper-40s and blue sky/sun all day. Friendly staff, good prices, and small-mountain charm with big-mountain runs are what makes Bromley special.