best in the east for big snow, tough accessibility, few posers
starting to be discovered by "flatlanders"
Jay Peak has been my "home mountain" for over 35 years. It has maintained the exact same feel for that period of time!
I am currently 46 yrs old and my initial instructor from 1974 is still greeting our ski club children on weekends. The wind does blow and the temperatures do dip, but for a skiiers' mountain in the east, it does not get any better. The reason: BIG SNOW!!. If quality skiing with a homey french flair interests you, please give Mr. Stengers' mountain a chance; but do not be suprised if he is out checking your pass validity!! What a super place. A word of advice for the hardcorp, avoid Saturdays after a big dump, and, of course, avoid the groomers altogethe!!!!!!! Enjoy your visit.