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posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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you must be very short guy with the waist 15" off the ground
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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Sunday was rough, but thats Jay. the Flyer and Tram are susceptible to wind holds. I really just think a lot of you dont 'get' Jay. they have the lowest ticket price of any major VT mountain for a reason. They dont have services and amenities on par with the Okemo, kill, stowe mts, nor do they have as many cats or snowguns. what they have is better terrain with more natural snow than any of those mountains. its all about the weather, which in the ne kingdom is very variable. conditions at Okemo were terrible on Sunday whereas Jay had 6-8 in of fresh and packed powder that no one could ski after noon due to the holds. its a risk reward mountain.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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i agree with other post. sunday was not worth the trip. you couldn't get to the top &lines sucked. mondays conditions cold but good packed powder. a few wind swept icy spots. but hey you could ski the mountian top to bottom.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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Jay is a powder mountain. They have the mark, natural snow is what matters! I bet there will be people complaining if it dumps two feet as well. If you want to be pampered and have excellent grooming and snow making, go to Okemo. If you like powder, watch the forecasts and go to Jay, Jackson, or Steamboat
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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to all you people complaining about how bad jay is. do your honework. Jay is a monster mountain after good snowfall. which they get more than any mt on tge east coast. They never claimed to have great snowmaking. You all went up during the worst weekend of the year. deal with it. i was up there 3 weeks ago, they got 15 inches and I was up to my waist in deep powder. best skiing in years for me. you gotta hit jay at the right time. know that.

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