Skier & Snowboarder-Submitted Reviews for Jay Peak

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Overall Rating: 3.9

Rating Details:

  • Family Friendly
  • 3.9
  • All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 61.5
  • Terrain Park
  • 3.5
  • Nightlife
  • 2.5

Recommended For:

  • Singles
  • 51%
  • Beginner
  • 18%
  • Families
  • 51%
  • Intermediate
  • 38%
  • Empty Nesters
  • 44%
  • Advanced
  • 64%

Helpful Highlights:

Overall a very satisfying trip. The water park was great fun and had rides for all the family to participate in, there were always plenty of friendly lifeg...

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  • 3

    Not Prepared for the MLK Crowd

    by mike_r - 21st January 2013

    Pros: Powder in the Glades

    Cons: Lifts not working and the Lines

    Great mountain for real skiers. My family went up fri to Mon. If you could get to the top (Fri only) it was worth it, But most of the mountain was closed... Full review

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  • 5

    Best in the East

    by oneesnow - 8th January 2013

    Pros: Snow, Glades, Vibe

    Cons: None

    Hands down best in the East, more average annual snowfall than Vail, anyone who says otherwise has never skied here.... Full review

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  • 5

    Where's All The Poudre ???... Jay Needs a dump..

    by reteppaf - 4th January 2013

    Pros: Not Crowded., 10 minute wait for the Tram

    Cons: Lots of rocks., Vermonter was hard on my Base.

    Jay is a great place to ski., it has a Euro feeling to it., Lots of Canadians are sking there, It's only 1 hr 45 min. drive from Montreal & 4 hrs from Ottaw... Full review

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  • 5

    Best in the east

    by Ryan Agro - 20th July 2012

    Pros: Powder, Glades, Diversity, Challenging,

    Cons: Slow Lifts

    Easily the best place inthe east. with the new waterpark it is even better. It has the best glades. You have not skied the east until you have ripped throug... Full review

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  • 4


    by surfer99 - 28th February 2012

    Pros: the best skiing

    Cons: too many people

    the glades rock good conditions after a big snowfall new pump house offers family fun places to stay on the hill ... Full review

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  • 5

    West Coast feel, East Coast proximity!

    by Spacemunky13 - 2nd September 2011

    Pros: JAY Cloud,Terrain for everyone, Small lines, Amazing resort, GLADES!

    Cons: No nightlife, but you're there to ski, not party!

    As close to Utah powder as you'll get on the East Coast without boarding a plane! Jay powder is so dry & perfect, you'll forget you're in VT. If you're craz... Full review

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