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Friday January 30th, 2015 | Updated 3:54 pm
5°F-15°C

6-10” of snow likely

4-6” of snow has fallen since the sun’s come up, making it 5-8” in the last 12 hours. The heaviest of the snow fell from 12-3PM. We could be seeing close to a foot of snow come sunrise tomorrow. Speaking of tomorrow, we plan on being 100% open with all 9 lifts scheduled to spin.

Tomorrow the temps are supposed to be a bit chilly, with lows at the summit near -10F. Don’t forget to throw an extra layer or six into your ski bag tonight, you wouldn’t want to miss out on this new snow.

For today, the trail count will be 67 as we have some trails like Green Beret, Valhalla, Vermonter, The Milks, and Power Line closed due to snowmaking and grooming on the Northway. Tomorrow the mountain will be 100% open, with powder stashes everywhere.

Lower Mountain lifts are scheduled to spin at 8:30AM with Upper Mountain lifts slated to spin shortly after at 9:00AM. As always final chair is at 4:00PM.

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

Mostly sunny
Sunday
-5°F-21°C

Flurries turning into sunshine

Flurries
Monday
3°F-16°C

1-2” possible

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
5-8 in 13-20 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
8 in 20 cm
Snow 7 Days:
21 in 53 cm
Base Depth
25-45 in 64-114 cm
Season Total
181 in 460 cm
Surface
Powder/Packed Powder
Lifts Open
9 of 9
Trails Open
67 of 78

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Here at last!

by Tom Pundy
Submitted on Sep 06, 2012 / 586 views

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"Here at last"

"Here at last" captures a special "moment" for me in my skiing career.  Over the years I heard of Jay Peak and how it is the place to ski if you like steep and deep snow, no crowds, and great hospitality and that's exactly how I like it.  Well, last year I finally was able to make my first visit to Jay.  It started days before as I anticipated my arrival and dreamed of what the weekend would entail.  Would there be snow in the glades?  Would it be crowded with long lift lines?  On Friday morning I began my 5 hour voyage from Connecticut to Jay, wishing and hoping that it would be snowing and the conditions would be perfect.  It's a long ride up I 91 and I was getting nervous since there really wasn't much snow to speak of all the way to Orleans.  It took until Westfield and Troy on Rt 100 and Rt 101 where there was finally a snow cover on the ground.  Still, I was nervous knowing that I was within miles of Jay.  The weather was beautiful, mid 20's with a light wind, but the lack of snow had me worried.  To my surprise as I headed up Rt 242, the sun went behind the clouds and the skies darked.  Snow began to fall, and the farther up the mountain I went, the harder it came down.  And then I came upon the Welcome sign to Jay Peak, the snow falling and adding up and I was relieved.  "Here at last" I said to myself, and that began what was an epic weekend on the slopes of the best mountain in the East!       

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