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“All Day Fun”
Review of Bromley Mountain

Bromley Mountain
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Peru
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Winter is for skiers and boarders; summer is for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy a variety of activities including golf and America's longest "Alpine Slide", at this mountain, a favorite with the locals.
Reviewed August 8, 2013

We (my 42 year old hubby, my 38 year old self, and our 5th grader daughter) did a combination Aerial and Adventure Park pass, which allowed us 2 1/2 hours on the high ropes course and the rest of the day doing everything else that we wanted to, except the Sun Mountain Flyer. We arrived just about at opening, 10:00 ish. We had absolutely no trouble finding tons to do all day long and were still ready to go when everything shut down at 5. The Aerial Adventure is absolutely the best ropes course I have ever seen, and we are somewhat connoisseurs (and I used to run a course, as well). The lobster-claw system seems a little bulky at first, but once you get the hang of it, it is fantastic and really very easy and exceptionally safe. The courses are the perfect combination of fun and challenge, each one getting a little more difficult. They all have zip lines for bonus fun (the best one was on the blue course, and it was the best one ever). The Mountain Adventure park has mini golf, an alpine slide that is nearly a mile long, bungee trampolines, a climbing wall, a little zip line for rugrats, bumper boats, space bikes, and a waterslide (plus more I'm not thinking of). We LOVED the alpine slide, going up and down and up and down about five times. It was too cold to do the water slide, which we regret missing, but we'll go next time. The tickets were a little expensive, but they were half the price of a similar, but not as complete, setup at Smuggler's Notch and other places. Buying a pass allows you to do any of the Mountain Adventure stuff as many times as you want, and that is what I suggest, because I think buying tickets would get expensive very quickly. The staff were a mixed bag, from the sprawling disinterested morons at the top of the alpine slide who barely acknowledged your existence, to the enthusiastic, involved trampoline operators who were engaged and seemed happy to be at work. Food is typical of a ski resort - way overpriced and mediocre quality - so bring a picnic basket to save some dough. I can't wait to go back and try the harder (black) Aerial Adventure when my kid is older next year. Tip - if you want souvenirs, shop before 5 because for some dumb reason, the shop closes when everything else does, instead of having the intelligence to catch the outgoing, grinning crowd with money in their hands!

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Reviewed August 7, 2013

bromley mountain turns into a fun adventure park in summers. located at the base, but then also the views are good at some point. the fee for the rides is expensive though. we only did 2 and paid 35$. may be grabbing some coupons at visitor center would be worth. there are some rides there,many for kids also. adults will also like alike. a water ride, zipline tree adventure, trampoline jump, trolley to top to see the beautiful views. the alpine slide is a must try. saw it here for the 1st time and it was fun coming down zigzag and having control on your own. the chairlift seemed good but was closed. the hug swing was aslo fun,gave excellent views of the mountain range. overall a fun place to be for kids and adults alike.. can spent some really good hours there. facilities like restrooms,cafe available there.

Thank H B
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Reviewed August 6, 2013

Went to Bromley mtn today drove45 mins w my 10 yr old nephew. Upon getting there we looked at the ticket board and decided we would do the zip line as it was only 1 ticket and tickets are $3 dollars each. That way we could do other things. We get up to the ticket counter and asked for 2 tix to the zip line and the girl says that will be 40 dollars please for half hr. Mini golf was almost ten dollars a person so we decided to leave as everything was pretty expensive. You can mini golf most places around for less than 5bucks a person.

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Reviewed August 1, 2013

We vacation in Vermont every summer and I have taken my children to this park every summer for 8 or 9 years. They are now 11 and 13. They love the alpine slide, trampoline, giant swing and water ride. The one bad thing about the alpine slide is sometimes you get stuck behind a slow person and then your ride down is rather boring. Slow riders are supposed to go only on track 3 but sometimes they use the other tracks, perhaps they don't realize how slow they actually are and that their slow speed is ruining the ride for the people behind them. You can try to avoid getting in this situation by not starting your own ride until at least 30 seconds after the worker gives you permission to go. Wait even longer if there's nobody behind you waiting to go next just to be extra sure. We've always gone on a weekday and lines have never been a problem. Have not tried the arial adventure park. Did the zip line once and although it's fun, it's really not worth the price. (My advice, if you want zip lines and a great arial park, go to TimberQuest instead which is at Magic Mountain about 20 min away.) Food is pricy and not very good. Bring a picnic if you can.

Thank Marianne A
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Reviewed August 1, 2013

We enjoyed 2 1/2 hours at the Bromley Aerial Adventure Park. The park was wonderful. We were a group of 6 girls from 7-11 and three moms. Our group tried the yellow and both green rope courses. They proved challenging and fun. It was a great workout! The staff was thorough in explaining the harnesses and getting us ready to go. There were employees along the course as well.

I am only giving it 4 stars because everything was crazy expensive - $45 each for 2 hours of climbing, lunch was $15 per person, add ons were $5-$15 each.

Thank Amysfunfamilyfive
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