Skier & Snowboarder-Submitted Reviews for Jay Peak

Planning a ski trip to Jay Peak? Browse our collection of visitor-generated reviews that rank the mountain and ski town on a scale of one to five stars in the following categories: Overall Rating, All-Mountain Terrain, Nightlife, Terrain Park and Family Friendly. See how Jay Peak stacks up to others in terms of skiing and après, and read up on pros, cons and comments from fellow skiers and snowboarders. Don't forget to submit your own Jay Peak review! Scroll to the bottom of this page to let other travelers know about your ski area experience. Positive reviews also give your favorite ski resort a chance to win a prestigious OnTheSnow Visitors' Choice Award.

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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  • 4

    real skiers only

    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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  • 4


    by LilSis - 19th March 2009

    Pros: No lift lines, Snow!, Very Friendly

    Cons: Terrain geared for Intermediate- Advanced

    March 16-17. My first time skiing after 20 years, and we chose Jay because of Great Rates and Canadian deals. My teenage kids had a great time at their firs... Full review

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  • 4

    When the wind is calm...

    by volklmom - 14th November 2008

    Pros: The Challenge, The Glades

    Cons: Windy! The mountain get extremely windblown. There is nothing else up there to do!!

    We have been to Jay Peak a few times. They have excellent glade skiing there, that is where all the snow goes as everytime we've been there it has been so ... Full review

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  • 4

    Jay Peak Review

    by anonymous_user - 21st December 2007



    If you love deep powder and glades skiing, then you'll love Jay Peak. I was there over the 15-17th weekend in December, 07 and we got at least 24" of snow. ... Full review

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  • 4

    jay jay jay

    by kyle34 - 21st November 2008

    Pros: powder & glades

    Cons: flat runouts, when the weather is harsh

    love jay for what it is. can you do anything more? lots of powder...lots of tree skiing. friendly atmosphere. good terrain -- and, oh yeah, off piste rid... Full review

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  • 4

    Natural Snow holding up well

    by cansnowplow - 23rd March 2010

    Pros: Corn in the AM

    Cons: Shrunken snow depth

    Jay's Spring condition is aging gracefully on Friday and Saturday, 3/19-20, as snow was great on Friday, with firm corn snow right from the get-go. Saturd... Full review

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