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Bromley Mountain Resort: Sunday, March 4, 2018
Submitted on March 4, 2018 by rocket21 (725 Rating725)
Session SessionFull Day
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeComplimentary from Third Party
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions85% open; Variable Conditions, Variable Conditions
Glades GladesClosed, but there was a good half a foot or more of untouched powder in The Plunge.
Moguls MogulsOdd ones on Pabst Panic, Stargazer, and Little Dipper.
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)Large park on Plaza.
Run of the Day Run of the DayBlue Ribbon
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageChicken tenders, fries, and a bottled juice were around $12.
Comments CommentsA little bit of just about everything with conditions and weather today. Fresh packed powder on the western facing slopes, spring snow on the lower main mountain, and some boiler plate on the eastern facing slopes. Only about 2" of recent snow on the lower main mountain, maybe 3-4" on the eastern slopes, and perhaps 8" on the western facing slopes.

The HSQ, Blue Ribbon Quad, and lower mountain double chairlifts were all running. Occasional 2 minute waits on the HSQ (10ish and 1ish), but all other lifts were ski on, and the HSQ was generally only a few chair wait.

The trails skied okay, but it does look like the area didn't make as much snow as usual (main pump house burned to the ground in December, but was running in a limited capacity in January). Most trails were open, though quite a few had minimal base depths. The western facing trails had probably the best base depth, while some of the terrain around the racing trail was very much zapped. About half of the trails heading down to the Blue Ribbon Quad were groomed, while a few others had ungroomed frozen snowmaking whales (Pabts Panic, Stargazer, Little Dipper).

Lord's Prayer, School Slope, Lower East Meadow, Shincracker, Upper Boulevard, Sunder, and Pushover were all closed. A few others, such as Avalanche, were open, but just barely. Weather started off as freezing fog/sleet, followed by a few brief sunny breaks, followed by snow.

Though a mid sized mountain, the runs feel just as long as those at Stratton or Okemo, but also tend to have more character due to the age/design.
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