Bromley is a quiet mountain with modest vertical, homey lodge and reasonable lift tickets, particularly on weekdays. Forty-three forgiving trails offer a vertical drop 1,334 feet from summit to base. The area faces south, so the chairlift ride is northbound, and can be quite brisk if a north wind is howling over the summit. Knowledgeable New Englanders look on Bromley as among the best areas for spring skiing.
Run Around offers an easy, long and interesting route off the summit, while the intermediate trails Thruway, Boulevard, Twister, Spring Trail and Yodeler are great cruisers. Corkscrew, Havoc and Avalanche are among a handful of black diamonds on the west side of the mountain, interesting, steep, occasionally bumpy and lots of fun. Its longest run is 2 1/2 miles.