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Get Outdoors at a New England Ski Resort This Summer


Bromley, Cranmore and Jiminy Peak Offer a Mountain of Family-Friendly Warm Weather Activities
HANCOCK, Mass. (May 15, 2019) - As the famed New England mud season yields to the warm temperatures of late spring and summer, local ski resorts are gearing up for another stellar summer of special events, thrilling rides and attractions that far surpass the latest video games. For teens and young adults, these activities sure beat playing Fortnite all day and night in pajamas. See if you agree from this run-down of warm weather  activities at Bromley Mountain Resort in southern Vermont, Cranmore Mountain Resort in the New Hampshire White Mountains, and Jiminy Peak in the Massachusetts Berkshires.
Bromley Goes Pink
Highlights of Bromley Mountain Resort's summer schedule include:

Purchase an all-day Mountain Adventure Pass on June 21 and 50% of proceeds will be donated to support the fight against breast cancer. (Photo courtesy of )
*            Pink Friday, June 21 - Got Pink? Wear pink and play outdoors for a cause while supporting Komen's Bold Goal of reducing breast cancer related deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026. Purchase an all-day Mountain Adventure Pass for $49, and Bromley will donate 50% of proceeds to this summer's first-ever Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK™ Walk (Saturday, July 20 at Riley Rink at Hunter Park in Manchester), hosted by Susan G. Komen New England. The funds raised on Pink Friday stay local to support breast cancer education, awareness, and grants to service organizations in Vermont and New Hampshire, as well as fund Susan G. Komen's national research programs. (Raindate: Friday, June 28)
*           Raptor Encounter, July 13 - Come enjoy a live presentation from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) as they bring in three live birds of prey. Falcons, hawks and owls provide the lens through which to examine food webs, predator-prey relationships and the interdependence of the systems that support life. Showtime: 2 p.m.
*            Reptile Rendezvous, August 17 - The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is back with an all-new presentation and more live animals. Explore the characteristics of our scaly reptilian friends. Meet reptile ambassadors up close and learn about the adaptations of these beautiful creatures to their habitats in New England. Showtime: 2 p.m.
The Bromley summer schedule also includes live music by Jack Waldheim (June 29 and July 20), Lustre Kings (July 6), Spadtastics, a Grateful Dead cover band (July 27), Studio Two (Aug. 10), and the local The Terrible Mountain Stringband (Aug. 24).
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Cranmore Summer Features Food, Wine and Music
*            Cranmore Food and Wine Event, Saturday, June 22 - The Cranmore Food and Wine Event will feature cooking demonstrations by Chef Vito Marcello from North Conway's Vito Marcello's Italian Bistro, with special guest Salvatore Ferragamo, vintner from Il Borro Winery in Tuscany. Tickets are $75 per person; must be age 21 or older.
"We are really excited to be adding this event to both Cranmore's event calendar and bringing something new to the Mt. Washington Valley," said Cranmore Marketing Director Rebecca Deschenes. "It should be a great evening of music, wine and food, and we're looking forward to bringing it back year after year."

Fireworks come to Cranmore Mountain Resort on Aug. 8 (Dan Houde photo courtesy of
*            Arts Jubilee Summer Concert Series - For the 36th year, Arts Jubilee presents spectacular outdoor concerts on five consecutive Thursday evenings: July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8 and August 15. Concerts are presented outdoors with mountain views at the base of the North slope. An early concert by area performers is at 6 p.m., the featured main performance opens at 7 p.m.

Performances include: Roomful of Blues (July 18), Traditional and Contemporary Blues & Swing (July 25), The Music of Elton John and Billy Joel (Aug. 1), Pops Concert & Fireworks (Aug. 8), and Barnes, Gordy & Walsh - Bluegrass & Folk (Aug. 15).
The Arts Jubilee Concert Series is a rain or shine event. Admission: $5 to $12.
Fridays after an Art's Jubilee Concert, a wristband from the previous evening's Arts Jubilee is redeemable at the Cranmore ticket office for a free chairlift ride to the summit Meister Hut (some conditions apply).
*            Sunday Brunch at the Summit  - On Sundays this summer at the mountaintop Meister Hut, enjoy brunch served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting Memorial Day Weekend. Guests can dine on the deck and take in views of the surrounding Moat Mountain Range. It's available a la carte with a Mountain Adventure Park Value Pass ticket or All-Day Play Ticket, or as a lift and brunch package at the ticket office for $25. To accommodate sightseers, hikers and mountain bikers, Cranmore will expand lift operations, spinning its scenic chairlift daily starting Memorial Day through Columbus Day.  

New this summer will be a small-scale version of the popular Aerial Adventure Park ropes course, this one colored orange and designed for kids starting age three and at least 38 inches tall.
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Jiminy Peak Fall Festival and Green "Pow"
At Jiminy Peak plans are underway for a busy summer, capped off by a Fall Festival on Oct. 12-14, 2019. 

The Jiminy Peak aerial forest ropes course (Photo courtesy )
All summer long, the top attraction at this western Massachusetts resort is its Aerial Adventure Park, a self-guided aerial forest ropes course consisting of six elevated courses consisting of over 70 elements aimed at different ability levels, including rope bridges, ladders, cargo nets, and three zip lines. After receiving safety instructions, children and adults navigating the course are continuously belayed to a guide line for safety.
The Jiminy Peak Mountain Adventure Park features a Mountain Coaster, Alpine Super Slide, Soaring Eagle, Giant Swing, Rock Climbing Wall, Zip Lines, and Euro Bungy Trampoline.
The All Parks pass is $69 and participants must be at least 48 inches tall.
Time to shred some green "powder" -  this summer, the resort again offers lift-served mountain biking. The Berkshire Express chairlift provides access to the summit and operates from 12 to 5 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, beginning June 30 through mid October.
The trail network, featuring a mix of single track and downhill cruisers, is best suited for experienced riders. The route includes some existing trails, as well as specially dedicated fat tire routes through the woods. Full suspension bikes and body armor are recommended and helmets are required. The single day mountain bike pass is $29. Single ride tickets are also available.
Mountain biking at Jiminy is a BYOB activity (Bring Your Own Bike) as bike rentals are not available on site. To download the mountain biking trail map and for other summer activities, view:
About The Fairbank Group

The Fairbank Group, LLC, based at Jiminy Peak and co-owned by the father-son team of Brian Fairbank and Tyler Fairbank, manages and oversees a group of businesses that include the ski resorts Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, Cranmore Mountain Resort and Bromley Mountain, as well as SnowGun Technologies, EOS Ventures, Bullwheel Productions and other endeavors. For more information visit
Media contact:
Jeff Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld and Assoc. PR
203 326 1200, [email protected]

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