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    Bromley Mountain Trail

    Manchester, Vermont

    Bromley Mountain Trail

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    "The parking lot doesn’t look promising; You’ll probably see at least a couple of trucks with trailers attached. “Uh, oh!" you’ll think; “Snowmobilers!" And, in fact, this trail intersects with Corridor 7, a major snowmobile route. But early on, once you pass Bromley Brook, you probably won’t see or hear them at all. You’ll be deep, deeper, deepest into the woods, en route to the summit of Bromley Mountain.

    This is an extraordinarily peaceful hike, not heavily used in winter, perhaps because of its length and the fact that it is rated moderate to difficult. Plus, Bromley Mountain is home to a bustling ski resort, which might make it seem like you’ll be dodging downhill skiers as you go. Not so, as we discovered. The ski resort is actually southeast of the trail. If you’re lucky, the only company you have will be your hiking buddy and a couple of pileated woodpeckers as you attack the 3260-foot summit of Bromley. We actually sang as we hiked, something we wouldn’t have done if we thought anyone would hear us!"

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    Niskayuna, NY
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    Great hike with ~15" snow base, 2 hours up through rolling forest with steep but smooth sections. Finishing on the uphill of a ski slope is weird, but worth the view of the top where the wind really whips around the top. 1.5 hours down.

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    1,380 feet
    Elevation Gain
    Trail Type
    Moderate to Difficult
    Skill Level
    4 hours
    Manchester Ranger District
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