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Partly sunny
Saturday November 22nd, 2014 | Updated 7:07 am
25°F-4°C

Open Today

We’re more than doubling our trail count today bringing the grand total to 5 thanks to Mother Nature and our hard working Snow Making staff. Beginner terrain like The Boulevard and Chalet Meadows are now open with lift access from the newly opened Taxi Quad. All of the open trails are groomed and ready for early season turns.

The Jet, as well as the Taxi Quad, will open to the public this Saturday & Sunday from 8:30a-4:00p; $39 for Adults, $25 for Juniors.

Once last chair hits at 4:00p on Sunday the 23rd, we’ll take a brief hiatus to prepare for Thanksgiving, and kick-off 7 day operations starting Friday, 11/28.

Join us and NEKCA Food Shelf in assisting those in need.  Bring a bag of canned goods (bag is considered 3 or more items) to Stateside Ticket Booth on Saturday, 11/29 and you'll receive a complimentary pass to the Pump House Indoor Waterpark.

2 Day Forecast

Cloudy
Monday
42°F6°C

Mostly cloudy

Cloudy
Tuesday
48°F9°C

Cloudy

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
3-4 in 8-10 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
4 in 10 cm
Snow 7 Days:
18 in 46 cm
Base Depth
12-36 in 30-91 cm
Season Total
18 in 46 cm
Snowmaking
Tramside Base
Surface
Machine Groomed/ Loose Granular
Lifts Open
3 of 9
Trails Open
7 of 78

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Peak and Low

by Yves Guillaume
Submitted on Dec 13, 2012 / 644 views

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Peak and Low

Sometimes to get to our peaks, we must hit new lows.  This is a captured moment during my first trip to Jay Peak.

Awoken in the middle of the night during an 8 hr bus ride by the sound of our bus crashing into a snow filled ditch.

A very scary moment, but well worth it to ride the highs of Jay Peak.

Peak and Low

Sometimes to get to our peaks, we must hit new lows.  This is a captured moment during my first trip to Jay Peak.

Awoken in the middle of the night during an 8 hr bus ride by the sound of our bus crashing into a snow filled ditch.

A very scary moment, but well worth it to ride the highs of Jay Peak.

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