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
by Sheehee - 26th January 2011
Pros: Powder,Snow,Terrain,Glades, GLADES!!!!
Cons: slow lifts, no nightlife
Jay Peak, the last unconquerd mountain in Vermont. If you are willing to drive the long haul pass some great mountians the Snow Gods will reward you with th... Full review
by zacm7 - 12th October 2009
Pros: Lots of great terrain, very good for advance skiers/boarders.
Cons: most days are windy and cold. Jay's in the middle of nowhere
close to montreal, its worth the drive for the terrain. always snowing. seems like there is no one on the hill, a lot less populated then resorts in the are... Full review
by joancoburn - 18th March 2009
Pros: Still lots of snow at Jay, soft so go early and enjoy the spring snow.
Cons: Some ice under the soft snow because of rain last week.
We went to Jay last week and got rained out. Went again Tues. Mar.17th and the skiing was excellent but soft. There was lots of snow covered slopes and plen... Full review
by klamans - 7th March 2011
Pros: best snow in east, cheap, glades
Cons: still subject to erratic northeast weather patterns, prioritize running lower lifts
If you want to spend money, stay on groomed slopes, complain about the cold, and focus more on the apres-ski scene this is not the place for you, and thank ... Full review
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