Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park Peru
Where is it at?
Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park
3984 Vermont Route 11
Tel: 802 824 5522
Where are we going today?
If you are near a skiing resort, don't think it needs to be just a winter experience for the family! Visit a place like Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park and you will be surrounded by summer fun too!
This Vermont adventure is packed with family fun for all ages. You can shoot the rapids on Vermont's longest and coolest water slide, or enjoy 100 ft of yee hawwwwws on the Adrenaline Zip Line. Fancy a spin? Let's go! The Twin Spin lets you go round and round and round until you yell STOP! This self-propelled spinning sensation is great fun for the 4 of you.
Want to race against a friend? Just pedal your way into orbit with a space bike, or bounce the day away with the FOUR trampolines that take can you to new heights...literally!
Bromley Sun Mountain is a skiing run after all, so it's only fitting that there is an Alpine Slide. Better yet, it happens to be one of the longest slides in the entire world - 2/3 of a mile in fact! Now THAT is impressive!
There is also a climbing wall with different challenges for each level of experience, and a mini golf course to enjoy some family time on their scenic course. Little kids also have some great adventure fun with the Bumper Boats, bounce house and basketball.
We will leave the 3G gravity swing as something you can just be surprised by!
Summer fun in Vermont with Sun Mountain Adventure Park!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$45 all day pass
- Children$25 all day pass
When can we go?
Hours and days vary on the season
Memorial Day to October
For groups of 20 or more you can enjoy a group rate! Why not bring the students and enjoy a great day out!.
There are a host of cafes and bars, as well as ice cream that you can tuck into! There are burgers, hot dogs, chicken and sandwiches!.
The cafe has wraps, salads and sandwiches that are healthy and tasty.
Any Top Tips?
There is an Aerial Flyer and Aerial Adventure Park in the area too!.
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call to discuss the accessibility of the attractions if you have any questions .
Can I get one of those?
They love celebrating that special day with you, so why don't you bring all your friends and have a great summer celebration!.
There is nearby lodging if you want to spend some extra days at the mountain!.
What people are saying?
by Shari Solo
I rarely give 5 stars to anything but the Royal Festival Halls deserves each one. Few other places in the UK nurture the arts and bring together people from all walks of life in the way this place does. I have seen free gigs, sat in the cafe with a good book, met friends in the communal areas, seen theatre, very lively dance groups.. It's always so full of life.
by Doug Neilson
Your experience here will, of course, depend on the artists who are performing. So I'll just comment on the building. Big 1950's auditorium, good sound. Facilities below are showing their age. Silly doors everywhere cause congestion. Silly, tiny, toilets and too few of them - did people in the 1950's not use public toilets ? Silly stairs everywhere, half landings, mezanines, slow and broken lifts - could be a nightmare for the less able. This place could do with a major refurb of its basic facilities to join the 21st century.
by Jen L
Great event space, I saw Tim Berners Lee talk here and got fantastic seats at a really reasonable price. I've also knitted here as part of a group who make the most of all the free space in the foyers. Great place to get people together - also there is a balcony area with great views over the water (think it's on the 3rd floor?).
by Christian ramtale
I saw the Philharmonic Orchestra play soundtracks from video games here! The whole evening was actually just bloody fantastic. The music was incredible, the venue was beautiful and it was a real pleasure to have been there. Plus they covered some of my personal favourites such as final fantasy, zelda and dead space :D
by Stefano Durden
This is one of my favourite places in London. Imagine a free space where you can relax on a sofa, have a coffee, study, or maybe playing cards on a table. Or having an indoor picnic. Or listening to the music. Or whatever. Imagine to go on the open terrace on the 5th floor and see the Thames in whatever floor you are due to the big windows facing it. This is a place of cultural interest and enjoyable for everyone. Nice way to relax on a Sunday, getting some energy before starting working again on Monday.