Snowology's Premium Subscribers can get 50% off a lift ticket to Bromley Mountain!

Bromley Joins the Snowology Club

With the addition of Bromley Mountain as our 8th discount partner in the Snowology Club we have completed Vermont's historic Golden Triangle which also includes their former sister resorts Stratton and Magic Mountain where each one is now providing our subscribers with an opportunity to get a taste of what they have to offer for 50% off! Bromley will be providing each of our subscribers with one 50% off discount that can be used any Monday through Friday through the end of this season except during Presidents' Week. Bromley will start accepting discounts on Monday, January 29th and instructions for redemptions will be added to our system this week. Redemptions for Bromley will be done in person at the ticket window and will not require an online purchase in advance.

If you are already a Premium Subscriber to Snowology you can access all of the discounts from our partners in the Snowology Club page of our site including instructions on how to redeem. We currently also have 50% discounts also available for Berkshire East, Catamount, Stratton, Titus, Magic Mountain, Mount Southington, and a 20% discount for Glade Optics. We have a whole bunch more to announce also!

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What Makes Bromley Special

Bromley is home to Vermont's 2nd longest running lift serviced skiing, starting in 1938 as a part of pioneer Fred Pabst, Jr.'s vast early efforts to bring skiing to North America; and yes, the beer as well as some lifts and trails at Bromley and elsewhere are part of his namesake. In 1942 Pabst consolidated his efforts at just 'Big Bromley' doubling down on his investments in lifts, snowmaking, and trail smoothing. Following Pabst passing in 1977 Bromley became owned by nearby Stratton Mountain, and later Magic Mountain, but since 2011 they have been a part of the Fairbank Group which also owns Cranmore in New Hampshire, and Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts.

Today Bromley is best known as a friendly family mountain with unbusy trails, generally short lift lines on the weekends, absolute tranquility on weekdays, and a layout that funnels every trail back to the main base so no one gets lost. If you like to make friends on the chairlift you are going to find that many skiing there are in their 2nd or 3rd generation as part of the Bromley family because it still feels like home.

The Sun Mountain Express detachable quad will whisk you up their 1,334' of vertical with 178 acres of trails plus 6 marked glades to play in. They offer a near even split of green, blue, and black terrain and plenty enough mountain, challenge, and variety to satisfy almost any skier or rider. Bromley is actually a fantastic sleeper powder day destination as the terrain can deliver way more than just a family-friendly vibe with steeper and more technical trails off the Blue Ribbon Quad, some natural snow bump runs, plenty of glades all over the mountain, and on weekdays comparatively little competition for making fresh tracks. If you've skied in Southern Vermont then you've probably at least driven past Bromley before or seen them from a nearby mountaintop, but the next time you should also consider making a stop!

Bromley is known as the "Sun Mountain" due to their south facing exposure which counteracts the flat light of winter, helps bring warmth to those colder days, and at times allows hard-packed trails to soften in the sun giving your edges a bite when others stay frozen in the shadows. They're also one of the easiest Vermont ski areas to get to, located near Manchester Center off of Rt. 7, just over an hour away from Albany, NY, 2 hours away from Hartford, CT, 2 1/2 hours away from Boston, and 3 1/2 hours from New York City.

Bromley isn't on any multi-passes which helps keep their traffic non-bursty, but their tickets are just $99 normally and Snowology subscribers can now ski off their pass and visit for just half that price. We've long thought that Bromley would be a perfect addition to the Snowology Club and as it turns out so does Bromley and they made it happen for both us and for you! We are beyond excited to be able to help introduce more skiers and riders to what they have to offer and we know you will not be disappointed.