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Partly sunny
Wednesday January 28th, 2015 | Updated 9:46 am
13°F-11°C

Clearing Skies

**ALL SCHEDULED LIFTS ARE SPINNING**

So it wasn't exactly the storm of the century (unless you were on Nantucket), but we did pick up a bit more than half a foot since the storm rolled in yesterday. With the overnight winds, you will find less in some places, and a whole lot more in others. Ski/ride attentively.

For today, the trail count will be in the 70ish range as we will be re-opening the trails off of the Goat and Alligator Alley as snowmaking there winds down...and then closing some trails like Green Beret, Valhalla, Vermonter, the Milks, and Power Line as snowmaking picks up on the Northway. Pay attention to Closed Trail signs. 

8 lifts are spinning As always, last chair for all lifts is at 4:00PM.

**The Green Mountain Flyer will not spin today due to snowmaking.**

Lift tickets are $72 for adults ages 19+ and $57 for juniors ages 6-18 and can be purchased at both Stateside & Tramside Customer Service locations.

Staying with us, or just looking for something to do after last chair? CLICK HERE to see all of our offerings, like local Brewery Tours, Trivia, weekly FREE live music, Guided Snowshoe Tours and much more.

In case you're driving up here for the first time and plan on using a GPS, be sure to read this.

2 Day Forecast

Snow
Thursday
20°F-7°C

Snow likely later in the day.

Snow
Friday
25°F-4°C

More snow. How much is anyone’s guess.

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
4-5 in 10-13 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
7 in 18 cm
Snow 7 Days:
15 in 38 cm
Base Depth
25-45 in 64-114 cm
Season Total
173 in 439 cm
Snowmaking
Upper Goat and Alligator Alley
Surface
Packed Powder/Powder
Lifts Open
8 of 9
Trails Open
66 of 78

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Going Green

Screaming GREEN seems to be all the rage these days. That's why we're going to start with a whisper. Jay Peak Resort has partnered with the Clear Water Carbon Fund, an outfit committed to local projects and reducing carbon emissions by planting trees along streams right here in Vermont. As the trees grow, they remove carbon from the atmosphere and at the same time keep water clean by filtering dirt and pollutants.

How you can help

You can neutralize your travel emissions and protect Vermont’s clean water and fresh air through local streamside tree plantings. Your money goes directly to the Clear Water Carbon Fund to purchase, plant, and monitor trees.

If your roundtrip is:

  • 4 hours or less (175 miles/283 kilometers), pay $3.
  • 4 hours or more (over 175 miles/283 kilometers), pay $10.50.
  • Offset a seasons pass worth of travel with an $18.50 donation.
     

For details on how the Clear Water Carbon Fund calculates emissions, click here.

Plant Trees Now