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Snow
Monday March 2nd, 2015 | Updated 2:40 pm
19°F-7°C

5-8” and counting.

** 2:40PM Update**

The Flyer, Tram and Jet are on wind hold. The Bonnie Quad are still providing Upper Mountain access.

5-8” of snow have fallen in the last 24 hours and it’s still coming down. We could be seeing storm totals close to a foot, come first chair tomorrow.

Tomorrow looks like another beautiful day. Partly sunny skies in the AM and 2-4” of snow expected in the afternoon/evening.  

Join us tonight from 4-6PM for the FREE Weekly Welcome Party in the International Room.

Please be advised that we are closing in on capacity for Monday, March 2nd and Tuesday, March 3rd at the Pump House.  Anyone hoping to guarantee access, must purchase tickets online and in advance.

Looking for something to keep you busy after last chair? CLICK HERE to see all of our offerings, like Vermont's only Indoor Waterpark, NHL sized Ice Arena, Nordic Center, local Brewery Tours, Trivia, Yoga, weekly FREE live music, Guided Snowshoe Tours, Fat Bike rentals 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
Wednesday
20°F-7°C

SNOW 2-4”

Snow
Thursday
30°F-1°C

SNOW.

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:
10 in 25 cm
Base Depth
40-60 in 102-152 cm
Season Total
271 in 688 cm
Surface
Powder/Packed Powder
Lifts Open
6 of 9
Trails Open
77 of 78

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The last stash

by Gordon Baker
Submitted on Oct 09, 2012 / 845 views

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The last stash

How many times have you arrived at Jay the day after a powder day? This moment occurred on March 2, 2012, a week after the momentous 48" and 48 hours after a 6 to 8" refresh. Can you say... tracked out? At 11 AM I found myself taking a break in a three-tram line, chatting with The Earnest Young Men From Pennsylvania With Really Fat Skis. I had been skiing since the Bonnie opened at 8:30, searching the mountain for untracked snow, and needed a rest. The EYMFPWRFS had just arrived, and were fully decked out in uber fat skis, Go-Pros and bro talk. They had made the classic first-time visitor mistakes:  1) getting to the mountain the day after, and 2) thinking that standing in a three-Tram line for first run at 11 am would somehow get them to the goods. After some chat, they realized that despite my grey hair, I might be able to offer some insight, so quizzed me on the best places to go. I gave out the usual vague advice and suggested all the standard tree runs: Valhalla, Timbuktu and pretty much any wooded place between the marked trails. The best part was the woman with the rental skis, eavesdropping and looking at like we were speaking a foreign language. Mental notes made, they seemed content. I thought to myself, "these guys are in for a surprise." Oh, well, live and learn. They will figure it out. When the Tram docked and the doors opened, I booked out of there as only the last guy on the Tram can do. Following my own advice, I sped down the Vermonter, turned onto a marked trail, followed my nose and found this lovely rabbit hole. Down I went. Jay Peak delivers, as usual.

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