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Partly sunny
Saturday January 24th, 2015 | Updated 12:55 pm
28°F-2°C

Partly Sunny

Temps were in the high 20s with almost no wind today, allowing for a heavenly day on the slopes. The two feet of snow we got this past week is still skiing and riding great. Speaking of snow, our Mountain Forecaster is calling for 1-3” of snow overnight, and another couple inches throughout the day tomorrow.

We plan on having all 78 trails open tomorrow, and all 9 lifts scheduled to spin. Temps are dropping tonight by over 20 degrees, please make sure you add an extra layer or two to your gear bag, it’s going to be nippy tomorrow.

Lower Mountain lifts are scheduled to load the public at 8:00AM with Upper Mountain lifts slated to follow at 8:30AM. Final chair is at 4:00PM for every lift.

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.

Join us in the Bullwheel from 4-7PM for Après music from Paul Cataldo.

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
Monday
5°F-15°C

1-3” Expected

Flurries
Tuesday
10°F-12°C

Flurries/Light Snow

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
0-0 in 0-0 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
0 in 0 cm
Snow 7 Days:
22 in 56 cm
Base Depth
20-40 in 51-102 cm
Season Total
160 in 406 cm
Surface
Packed Powder/Machine Groomed
Lifts Open
9 of 9
Trails Open
78 of 78

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Worth every moment.

by Chris Downs
Submitted on Mar 09, 2013 / 615 views

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A parting glance

A blue bird day at Jay? Incredible. This sunset while we were leaving was just frosting on the cake...We got to Jay for first Tram on Friday March 8th and were surprised when we got to the summit that the infamous Jay Cloud had burnt off and was totally Blue Bird. After about 4 hours of riding a mishap with a broken binding on The Jet led to a collision with a skier (she was pretty understanding) and a change of plans since we had to go back to the repair shop under the Tram Haus.

Instead of working our way back to Jet we decided to stick to Flyer and ran Andre's multiple times, the snow was amazing, shutes and drops everywhere meant a lot to explore (including a 10 foot cliff drop that had me somersaulting and spraining my ankle). We stayed there for the rest of the day, went in and changed when we realized I had lost our car keys somewhere on the mountain. I'm an idiot for not having them stowed securely away but Chris from JPSP was really helpful riding us up to Andre's and helping us look around for a bit.

After returning empty handed we started assessing our options, with Customer service closed I walked over to the Hotel Jay lobby and asked Cody if anyone had turned them in, again no luck. Cody was great and called Randy from security so we could check the Customer Service at the Tram Haus.

By the graces of the ever aloof Snow Gods someone had turned my keys in there....after about an hour and a half of searching the mountain we were ready to start the 5 hour trek home. 

I like to think this incredible sunset over Jay was our reward for a first chair-last chair (and more) day of pushing our limits and having a blast with great friends. Looking back on the early start, broken binding, broken goggle lens, sprained ankle, and a long search for car keys every moment{us} was worth it. 

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