PERU, Vt. – Soon after Thanksgiving, when Bromley Mountain raises the curtain on the 2011/2012 ski season – the venerable resort’s 75th, as it happens – guests will be treated to a sight that will warm the cockles of parents’ hearts and fire up the on-and-off-snow learning experience of all of those parents’ kids: Bromley’s new, 3,000 square foot, $600,000 kids facility and its associated amenities.
“The new building, which will have a lunch room, along with the KidsCabin warming hut, a complete re-grading of the learning area and the new, fully enclosed Wonder Carpet lift are all here to support our new KidsRule Mountain Camp,” says Bill Cairns, Bromley’s General Manager.
Designed for kids aged 4-14 and developed in coordination with its sister resorts, Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts and Cranmore Mountain in New Hampshire, the KidsRule Mountain Camp is the latest testament to Bromley’s 75-year tradition of putting kids first. “It’s all about making sure that kids learning on the mountain have a great experience, a lot of fun, and a constantly growing degree of confidence on the snow,” said Cairns
“Between us, the teaching staff at these three mountains have a combined 103 years of instructional experience,” added Pete Robertson, Bromley’s Ski and Snowboard School Director. “KidsRule is a distillation of the best practices of all of our instructors. The end result, really, is an entirely new, enhanced approach to skiing and riding instruction.”
And as always, the Bromley Ski and Snowboard School is available for group and private lessons for older teens and adults and, in school or not, there’s always fully licensed childcare available.
Bromley Mountain is located at 3984 Vermont Route 11, Peru, Vermont, six miles east of Manchester. For more information on KidsRule Mountain Camp visit www.kidsrulecamps.com , and for any and all other things Bromley, visit www.bromley.com .