First hand, user-generated ski reports from Jay Peak.

Displaying 1316 - 1320 of 1426 First-hand Reports

262 | 263 | 264 | 265
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
0

its a simple formula to produce good gladed trails. steep+tree spacing+tech features like rock drops or rollers+clear run outs+trim eye level branches. soo many resorts are capable of this but for many reason not using the land they have. some mtn owners have no ambition or vision of anything past a snowy hill with bar at the bottom. that old school mentality might put you out of business.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
0

what about wachusetts ski area? they can hang in there with stowe and jay
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
0

For the money you spend on all these trips might as well go to b.c. where the real skiing is at. stowe lol please thats like mt snow easy. smugglers notch is better than jay and stowe. after seeing all of these mountains in summer and winter can confirm smugglers is the rock drop steep technical top of the line for vermont. catskills are about 150 times more rugged than vermont, just dont have the same snowfall amounts or elevation. if you looking for the biggest rock drops they are not anywhere in vermont. most skiers are not interested or capable so this argument is for very limited audience of elite skiers only. fluff bowl skiers need not apply.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
0

There is a lot of odd talk on here (ie. Catskills being good? Wtf). Jays only competition east of colorado is stowe. Both are great with gnarly terrain and many pow days.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
0

thats how you know we in big trouble when people happy about 4 trails being open.

Displaying 1316 - 1320 of 1426 First-hand Reports

262 | 263 | 264 | 265

Advertisement

Advertisement