The Ski Resort
Bromley Mountain is a very family friendly ski resort. SKI magazine has called Bromley "relaxed and welcoming". And this hits the mark. Feel relaxed and secure while staying at Bromley Mountain. The centrally located Base Lodge makes it easy for families to stay together.
Bromley Mountain offers great terrain waiting to be explored. No matter if beginner, intermediate or expert - there are finest trails available for everyone!
The ski school provides lessons for adults and children alike. Passionate instructors will introduce you to the sport they love. The ski school´s staff is well trained and always involved in the most contemporary educational approaches. So you´ll always get the best lessons around. They also have four of America´s top ranked instructors! There are several programs as well for adults as for children. You just have to pick the one that meets your needs most. Besides ski and snowboard lessons the school also offers telemark lessons.
Moreover, Bromley Mountain has 3 terrain parks and one bordercross. Each park is designed for a different level of ability. With all their different features they will certainly make all riders happy.
- It is among the 3 most family-friendly ski Resorts in Vermont.
- The vertical drop from summit to base is 1332 ft. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in the USA is 1188 ft. The high point of the ski resort is located at an elevation of 3284 ft.
- Season starts on Nov 25 and ends on Apr 9 (135 days). Average season duration in the USA is 116 days.
- Average snow depth during the season (Nov 25 to Apr 9) is 24 " at summit elevation and 12 " at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during January, offering an average snow depth of 24 " at summit elevation and 12 " at the base.
- Bromley Mountain features 15 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in the USA is 22 sunny days. December is the sunniest month with an average of 9 sunny days. This makes the ski resort one of the 5 sunniest in Vermont.