Bromley Celebrates National Safety Month
January 18, 2016
Peru, VT - January is National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) Safety month, and to celebrate Bromley kicked off the first of a number of events this past Saturday with activities in the lodge and out on the mountain. The Bromley Safety Committee was on the scene in the Base Lodge, screening “Know the Code” videos for guests, and taking sign ups to be the ‘victim’ in a mock accident staged by the Bromley Ski Patrol. The lucky winner was tended to by Ski Patrol, while Patrolman Reggie Tschorn explained to those watching what our patrol was doing, step by step.
Safety month events continue on Saturday, January 23; our SnowSports department will address important issues such as Lids on Kids and Terrain Park safety for all, and our younger guests have the opportunity to draw safety posters for the NSAA safety poster contest. The top 3 winners will have their poster sent to Colorado for the national contest!
Safety month events will close on January 30. Our Lift Operations department will showcase videos on loading and unloading, as well as important information on proper use of all lifts, and the winners of the Poster Contest will be announced!
About Bromley Mountain
Bromley Mountain is located at 3984 Vermont Route 11, Peru, Vermont, six miles east of Manchester. For information on any and all things Bromley, visit bromley.com.
In the winter months, Bromley boasts 47 classic New England trails and glades on over 300 acres. Dubbed “Vermont’s Sun Mountain,” due to its exclusive southern exposure, the mountain features nine lifts – including a high-speed quad – several terrain parks, two dining facilities plus award-winning ski and snowboard schools and kids programs. In the summer months, Bromley’s “Vermont’s Summer Adventure” offers a wide variety of rides and attractions including America’s most famous triple-track Alpine Slide, the longest 4-line ZipRider in the east, southern Vermont’s longest water-slide ride and Vermont’s first Aerial Adventure Park, featuring 65 tree-borne elements across five wooded acres.