- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/24 - 5/12
|1815ft - 3968ft|
|20%| 40%| 40%| 0%|
|from US$16.00 to US$69.00
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Jay Peak has been known for its unbelievable terrain, incomparable glades, and abundant natural snowfall for 50 years. Vermont’s only Aerial Tramway is one of eight lifts accessing 385 acres of terrain, including 76 trails.
Jay Peak's boundary-to-boundary woods policy makes it a favorite among advanced skiers and riders but the glades aren't for experts only. The mountain also has the most beginner and intermediate tree skiing in the East. If you're a begiiner be sure to check out "The Zone," Jay Peak's learning area, which features 80 acres of wide, gentle terrain and introductory glades.
Breakfasts and dinners are available daily in the Hotel Jay restaurant, the Alpine Room (breakfasts and dinners are included in all Hotel Jay lodging packages). Lunch is served daily in both the Stateside and Tramside cafeterias and in the International Restaurant on the weekends. Ski shops are located in the base lodges on Stateside and Tramside. The Learning Center (for kids and adults), Rental Shop, Demo Center and Customer Service are all located on Tramside. The Daycare Center is located on Tramside, and is free for on-property lodging guests - call (802) 988-2611 to reserve.
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