Bromley, VT

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5 thoughts on “Bromley, VT

  1. Mason Schade November 30, 2020 / 2:30 pm

    Lord’s Prayer J-bar was relocated from Mount Aeolus, a lost ski area in Dorset!

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  2. skitheeast July 16, 2021 / 9:54 am

    I have always been shocked at how well Bromley is run. It has a low elevation, faces south, and sits right in the shadow of Stratton. Fairbank is truly an incredible operator.

    With that being said, I have always thought the mountain should explore adding an additional pod off the summit east of Blue Ribbon. The terrain here is well-pitched and faces due east. Although the mountain embraces its southern aspect as Vermont’s Sun Mountain, I know the snowmakers and operators would appreciate having at least one pod that can reliably hold snow.


    • Noah July 16, 2021 / 7:18 pm

      If you actually knew how Fairbank runs things, you would know the the only thing keeping them from going belly up is them relentlessly extracting value from some of Bromley’s amazing and brutally loyal employees. Breaks my heart how hard a lot of folks work for them for the nominal compensation Fairbanks provides. Pinching pennies at the cost of your staff and long turn sustainability as a company ain’t exactly what I would call well operated.

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      • skitheeast October 15, 2021 / 12:24 pm

        I have never personally worked for Fairbank, so I cannot attest to how they treat their employees. I was simply commenting that Bromley exists in an extremely harsh and competitive environment, and their continued success is something to be lauded.


      • Tijsen March 10, 2022 / 1:49 pm

        I work at Bromley in the May-October months and to be honest I find working for them to be fine. The environment is great and we are never over worked and there are some benefits. Pay for me is small but its the environment that they create that makes me come back. Some of the year round employees who have worked here for years are fed up with the Fairbanks however. I do not work here in the winter so I would not know if things are different then.


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