Bromley Outing Club

Alpine Ski Racing

The Bromley Outing Club (BOC) is located at Bromley

Mountain in the southwestern range of Vermont’s Green

Mountains. The BOC is currently in its 65th year serving

as a gateway for life-long participation in Alpine Racing

and Freeski on both a competitive and recreational level.

The BOC is also home to JISP (Junior Instruction Ski

Program) for children and juniors of all abilities.

The Bromley Outing Club Alpine Race program is

designed for those interested in an educational skiing

experience while helping young athletes (6-18) develop

physically, psychologically, and socially. The goal is to

foster an excellence in skiing while providing a fun

experience and instilling the values associated with

sportsmanship and competition.

Freeski Program

The Bromley Outing Club Freeski program is dedicated

to providing athletes with the fundamentals and

techniques they need to progress in competitive

freeskiing. The program specializes in Terrain park

skiing including rails, jumps and half pipe while

emphasizing safety, fun and progression.

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JISP School Program

The Bromley Outing Club sponsors the Junior

Instructional Ski Program (JISP) benefiting local area

school children. Students in grades three through

eight are dismissed early from school one afternoon

per week and instructed to ski and snowboard by

volunteers under the direction of the BOC.


As a Vermont non-profit organization, we create

a lifelong love of snow sports for athletes, teams

and the entire Bromley Outing Club community,

while developing the values of sportsmanship

and pride through educational, recreational,

competitive, and freeski programs.

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