Peru is a town in Bennington County, of the southwestern "Green Mountains" region of Vermont. Home to the Bromley Mountain ski area, the town was originally known as "Bromley" until the name was changed to Peru by the land grantees as a way of attracting land buyers to the area. At the time, the name "Peru" was associated with South American wealth.
Join us for a fun, community event aimed at supporting Ski for Heat, a local fundraiser begun by Peru native Martha Robertson to help our Southern Vermont neighbors in need of winter heating assistance, and have fun doing it! Bromley will be offering $40 lift tickets to registered participants, with 50% of proceeds going directly to Ski for Heat. Raise additional pledges to earn more lift tickets - for each $100 you raise, you'll get another Bromley lift ticket! Season Passholder? Show your support by registering and raising pledges, or trying the hot wings (below) in the Boar! The Wild Boar Tavern will have a special "Bring on the Heat" spicy chicken special on the menu on January 29, featuring Chef Eileen’s handmade Bromley Bomb Sauce. Think you can take the heat? Finish your order in 5 minutes and it’s on the house. Plus, Bromley will donate an additional $25 to Ski for Heat, and you’ll win a lift ticket! Find out more about Ski for Heat, and register online at SkiforHeat.org.