What happens when southern moisture collides with cold Canadian air? Jay Peak gets TWENTY-SEVEN INCHES of new snow. It all started yesterday around 1:00 PM with the heaviest snow falling overnight into first chair.
We were greeted with a bit of cold and wind today, but that looks to be out to sea with this storm, so expect tomorrow’s temps to be in the twenties with winds gusting to 40 mph. Due to the Southwest nature of tomorrow’s wind, it probably won’t beat up our schedule too bad. The only wrinkle is a motor bearing on our Triple Chair; it’s broke. We will be replacing tonight in effort to spin the lift tomorrow, but that’s not concrete, so check back in the AM for the latest.
All 78 trails will be available for skiing or riding over Packed Powder / Powder conditions with nine lifts (hopefully) scheduled to get you there; lower mountain lifts turn at 8:30a with upper mountain lifts following at 9:00a. Last chair for all lifts is at 4:00p.
Lift tickets can be purchased at both Stateside and Tramside Customer Service locations; $69 for adults (ages 19+) and $55 for juniors (ages 6-18).
Events & Activities:
Saturday: Jay Peak Extreme Competition, the 4th and final stop on Ski The East's Freeride Tour. Click HERE for more details.
Saturday: 80's themed apres party @ Bull Wheel 4 - 7p with live music by Torn Shorts.
Stay tuned here or at our Snowphone (802-988-9601) for the latest snow and mountain news.
2 Day Forecast
Flurries giving way to sun.