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Wednesday April 23rd, 2014 | Updated 11:32 am

Triple is on wind hold.

Overnight was a bit April, so yesterday’s ending trail count of sixty-seven could tick down a few once Patrol surveys the hill.  But, by looking at it from base, it may only be a handful at the most – still lots of snow out there. 

Speaking of snow; our neck of the woods is forecasted to maybe see a couple inches over the next 24 – 36 hours during this slow moving low pressure system that’s sweeping in from our west.  We’ll keep you posted if/when things turn white. 

Our grooming team was able re-surface around twenty trails, so expect machined groomed conditions on those, and variable conditions on the balance.  Seven lifts are scheduled to spin today; lower mountain (except Tramside Carpet) is slated for 8:30a followed by Tram, Bonnie and Triple at 9:00a.  Last chair, for all lifts, is at 4:00p. 

Lift tickets can be purchased at both Stateside and Tramside Customer Service locations; $69 for adults (ages 19+) and $55 for juniors (ages 6-18).

Don’t forget, next year’s Judge Season Pass is on sale now. For those that purchase now, you’ll get to ski or ride the rest of this season, as well as all of next year. Early rates expire May 12th; click HERE to learn more or call Customer Service at 802-327-2321 to purchase today. 

Click HERE to get all the details on all upcoming events. 

2 Day Forecast

Mostly sunny

Mixing-  Chance of Snow

Partly sunny

Partly Sunny

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:
6 in 15 cm
Base Depth
20-40 in 51-102 cm
Season Total
315 in 800 cm
Machine Groomed / Variable Conditions
Lifts Open
6 of 9
Trails Open
61 of 78

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Guided Hiking Trips

Adventuring out on the mountain on your own may seem a little daunting but a guided Nature or Mountain Hike will give you a whole new perspective on getting to the top (or exploring closer to the base) under your own steam. We have hikes ranging from easy and family friendly to challenging but still family friendly.


Our Guides

 More than just wilderness guides, our staff members are trained in the natural and cultural history of Vermont and New England. They understand how to interpret the landscape around them and read the rich history written upon it.  Our guides will connect you to Vermont and teach you to see more.  

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Nature Hike

Explore the lower mountain while learning about Vermont’s rich natural and cultural history. While you explore the land around you, our guides will teach you skills such as tree and animal track identification and you'll learn how to read the history of the landscape around you.  

Some elevation change, frequent long rests and photo opportunity breaks. All ages welcome.

Available Sundays at 9am.

2 hours

RATES include guided hike and Vermont style trail snacks. Max 20 people per group.
Adults (15+): $9.50
Youth (4-14): $8
Kids 3 & under: FREE
Family (includes 2 Adults and up to 2 Youths): $30

Mountain Hike

The route to the top will be decided by your group, and could climb the 1,811 feet (551m) from the base to the top. Along the way you will learn about the landscape you are passing through and the history of the area.  From the top you will have the choice of hiking or taking a Tram ride back down.

Expect to break a sweat on up and down hills, recover with several rest breaks. Some remoteness will be achieved.

Available Saturdays at 8:30am.

4 hours

RATES includes guided hike and Vermont style trail snacks. Max 20 people per group.
Adults (15+): $18
Youth (4-14): $15
Family (includes 2 Adults and up to 2 Youths): $57

Long Trail Hike

Starting from Rte 242 to the Jay Peak summit. Built by the Green Mountain Club between 1910 and 1930, the Long Trail is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States. The Long Trail follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains from Massachusetts to the Canadian border and it crosses Vermont's highest mountains including Jay Peak. This 1.6 mile (2.7km) section of trail is a beautiful hike which climbs 1,526 feet (465m) up the back of Jay Peak to the rewarding views at the summit. After the obligatory photo taking at the top, you can decide to take the Tram down, hike down the ski resort, or head back down the Long trail.

Earn your views on these adventures. Well-deserved rest breaks. Burn off last night’s pizza and think of tonight’s hot tub. Bring extra water and snacks.


4 hours

RATES includes guided hike and Vermont style trail snacks. Max 10 people per group.
Adults (15+): $19
Youth (4-14): $16
Family (includes 2 Adults and up to 2 Youths): $60

Coming Soon...

We'll also be offering New Moon and Full Moon hikes. Stay tuned for a complete schedule, details and rates.


To reserve or for more info, reach out to Craig Cimmons at (, 802-327-2171). And if the days/times listed above don't quite mesh with your schedule/group, Craig can help you tailor a hike to your needs, just ask for details. 


The weekly hiking trips happen rain or shine. Personalized Guided Hiking Trips will be charged in full when reserved but are completely refundable if cancelled 24 hours prior to your reservation. After 24 hours, 50% of your payment will be returned and same day cancellations or no-shows will be charged in full. If Jay Peak cancels for extreme weather or any other reason, you will be completely refunded.