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Bromley is the venerable favorite of skiers and riders. With a comfortable feel and a loyal following, Bromley has been around for more than six decades and has been regularly upgrading its snowmaking system and consistently offers quality skiing and riding on more than 300 acres. Bromley sits a few miles from Manchester, VT, where outlet shopping has become an artform. Sunny Bromley is the only New England ski area with Southern exposure providing an abundance of sunny, bluebird ski days. Bromley has two Bombardier BR275 groomers and a state-of-the-art 2005 Bombardier BR350, which allow the mountain to be reconditioned overnight, as well as a Piston Bully Winch cat and a Pipe Dragon.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/24/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/07/2013
Projected Days Open: 152
Days Open Last Year: 152
Years Open: 77
Average Snowfall: 145"
Pros: There's nothing NOT to like about this charming mtn.
Cons: People expecting it to be Stratton!
Pros: Challenging runs, well groomed, family oriented, friendly and helpful employees, sunny mountain
Cons: cafeteria food is expensive as it is at other resorts
Pros: Tuesday Lift & Lunch Special, narrow blues, moguls, glades
Cons: South-facing on a really warm day
Pros: The high speed quade is great
Cons: No senior discount
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