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Bromley Mountain Ski Map

Bromley Ski Area

Yes, there is skiing in Peru, Peru, Vermont that is. Located outside of the creatively named town of “Peru”, Bromley Mountain is a great example of an East Coast “home hill.” It’s the sort of ski area that makes skiing more accessible to the folks unable to live in a “mountain town” out west, but still love sliding around on snow. And, with 1,300 feet of vert, and 47 runs, Bromley is nothing to scoff at. In fact, it’s got everything you need to fall in love with skiing - plenty of beginner and intermediate terrain, expert runs to aspire to, and even three terrain parks. And, with eight lifts, it’s easy to head back up again and again for another lap.

Anyone who grew up in the Manchester area will appreciate what makes Bromley so special, and this place’s unique character quickly becomes apparent to first-time visitors as well. James Niehues painted this Bromley Mountain ski map in 2007, and his painted forms perfectly encapsulate this hill. Skiing has a soul, and it resides in places like Bromley.

 

Location: Peru, Vermont, USA

Nearest city: Manchester

Coordinates: 43°13′40″N 72°56′19″W

Vertical: 1,334 feet (407 m)

Top elevation: 3,263 feet (995 m)

Base elevation: 1,956 feet (596 m)

Skiable area: 178 acres (72 ha)

Runs: 47

Longest run: Pushover

Lift system: doppelmayr, hall and sun kid

Terrain parks: Halo, The garden, and Bonanza, Riglet Park for kids! (Special Events Only)

Bromley Mountain Ski Map

Bromley Mountain in Peru, Vermont

Painted in 2007

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Bromley Ski Area

Yes, there is skiing in Peru, Peru, Vermont that is. Located outside of the creatively named town of “Peru”, Bromley Mountain is a great example of an East Coast “home hill.” It’s the sort of ski area that makes skiing more accessible to the folks unable to live in a “mountain town” out west, but still love sliding around on snow. And, with 1,300 feet of vert, and 47 runs, Bromley is nothing to scoff at. In fact, it’s got everything you need to fall in love with skiing - plenty of beginner and intermediate terrain, expert runs to aspire to, and even three terrain parks. And, with eight lifts, it’s easy to head back up again and again for another lap.

Anyone who grew up in the Manchester area will appreciate what makes Bromley so special, and this place’s unique character quickly becomes apparent to first-time visitors as well. James Niehues painted this Bromley Mountain ski map in 2007, and his painted forms perfectly encapsulate this hill. Skiing has a soul, and it resides in places like Bromley.

 

Location: Peru, Vermont, USA

Nearest city: Manchester

Coordinates: 43°13′40″N 72°56′19″W

Vertical: 1,334 feet (407 m)

Top elevation: 3,263 feet (995 m)

Base elevation: 1,956 feet (596 m)

Skiable area: 178 acres (72 ha)

Runs: 47

Longest run: Pushover

Lift system: doppelmayr, hall and sun kid

Terrain parks: Halo, The garden, and Bonanza, Riglet Park for kids! (Special Events Only)

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Legendary Ski Artist James Niehues

If you are a skier or snowboarder, there is a good chance James Niehues has been your mountain guide. Throughout his 30 year career he has worked at the  smallest hills and the most expansive resorts in North America.  He has left his mark in South America, Australia, Asia and Europe too.   And even if you have never shared a bottomless powder day with him, he has always been close by.