Bromley Mountain Trail

Bromley Vista

The trail, part of the Appalachian/Long Trail system, is identified by white trail blazes. This trail follows a rocky course through a mixed northern hardwood forest.  From the summit there are excellent views in all directions. In particular, Stratton Mountain is to the south and Mount Equinox is to the west. Please practice Leave No Trace ethics, such as carry out what you carry in.

Bromley Mountain Trail Recreation Opportunity Guide

At a Glance

Fees: Fee for Downhill skiing
Usage: Heavy
Restrictions: No horses, mountain bikes or motorized vehicles
Closest Towns: Nearby Destinations or Attractions: Manchester Ranger Station, Hapgood Pond Campground.  Area Food and Services: A country store, 2.4 miles east of the trailhead on Route 11 or Manchester Center.  For all Emergencies: 911; 911 Information: The trailhead is in the Town of Winhall, off Rte 11/30.
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


From Route 7 in Manchester, take Route 11/30 east for approximately 5.0 miles to the Appalachian/Long Trail crossing;

From the junction of Routes 11 and 30, the parking area is a ½ mile west on Rte 11/30;

The parking area is on the north side of Route 11/30 at the AT/LT crossing. The trailhead is at the far end of the parking area.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Day Hiking

Hiking Trail - Average hike time: 3 ½ - 4 hours round trip Length: 5.4 miles round trip
Elevation desc Max Elevation change: 1380 feet
Difficulty Level: Intermediate to Difficult

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Trail Partners on the Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forests


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Length: 5.4 miles round trip

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Max Elevation change: 1380 feet