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Jay Peak
Jay, VT  US
(802) 988-2611 / (800) 451-4449
PEAK TICKET
$ 79.00

VERTICAL
3,968 FT

PARKS / PIPES
3 / 0

About the Resort

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Jay Peak is the snowiest resort in the East, with a 20 year average annual snowfall of 377 inches! With more than 20 glades and chutes, Jay Peak offers the best tree-skiing in North America. Vermont's only aerial tram transports up to 60 skiers and riders to the summit in just 7 minutes while the "Flyer" is the longest (7500 ft.) and fastest quad chair lift in the East!

Jay Peak is a 4-season resort located in Vermont's pristine Northeast Kingdom in the town of Jay on Route 242. The Northeast Kingdom, two thousand square miles in Orleans, Caledonia and Essex counties, is Vermont's last frontier. The name is credited to Senator George Aiken who remarked in 1949, "You know, this is such beautiful country up here, it ought to be called the Northeast Kingdom." It is the most rural part of the state.

About the Riding
We offer 4 terrain parks ranging from small jib features perfect for beginners, to large scale table-tops, boxes and rails. Stay tuned to our events schedule this season for rail jam, slopestyle, and boardercross dates.

Ski Lift Tickets
Weekend/Holiday    Weekday
Full Day   1/2 Day      Full Day   1/2 Day  
Adult $ 79.00 $ 64.00    $ 79.00 $ 64.00
Junior   $ 75.00 N/A    $ 75.00 N/A
Senior   $ 55.00 N/A    $ 55.00 N/A
*Note: 1/2 day starts at 12:30

All-day Vermonter and Other Mountain Season Pass lift ticket: $55.

Season Passes
Pre-October 12, 2015.
Adult: $899
Under29: $559
Junior: $569
Child: $80

Post-October 12,2015.
Adult: $1149
Under29: $759
Junior: $829
Child: $100

Rental Gear
Adult    Junior    Senior   
Snowboard Package    $ 45.00 $ 20.00 $ 45.00

High Performance rentals available:
- HP skis -Rossignol Experience from 140cm-170cm
- HP Snowboards -Men-Burton Custom. Women-Burton Feelgood

We are a Burton Test Ride facility with new 2016 Burton boards and bindings for men, women, and youth.

Demo Skis: Rossignol, Volkl, Line, and Salomon.

Lessons & Instruction
Private Rates.
1-Hour: $105
2-Hour: $195
Half Day: $275
Full Day: $470

Dining
The area offers some of the finest restaurants in Vermont. Whether you like home-style meals or the culinary delights of international chefs, you will find them in the Jay area.

Nightlife
The Jay Peak base area includes 8 bars and restaurants. Other hot spots can be found in the nearby villages of Jay and Montgomery Center and along VT Route 242.

Local Lodging
The Jay Peak Area encompasses the towns and villages of Jay, Troy, North Troy, Montgomery Village, Montgomery Center, Westfield and Lowell. The available activities in the area are as diverse as the scenery - from beautiful valleys to the highest peak in the Northeast Kingdom.

Note: Prices shown may be in local currency.

Quick Stats
Mountain
Summit: 3,968 Ft / 1,209 M
Base: 1,815 Ft / 553 M
Vertical: 2,153 Ft / 656 M
Acres: 385 Ac / 156 Hc
Annual Snow: 377" / 958cm
Snowmaking: 80%
Season Start: 11/21/2015
Season End: 5/1/2016
Prices
Peak Ticket: $ 79.00
Ski Rental: $ 45.00
Board Rental: $ 45.00
Group Lesson: $ 45.00
Terrain
20%
40%
40%
Total Trails: 78
Longest Run: 15,840 Ft / 4,828 M
Toughest Trail: Face Chutes
Lifts
High-Speed 4: 1
Quads: 3
Triples: 1
Doubles: 1
Surface: 2
Gondolas: 1
Capacity: 12175 / HR
Snowboarding
Halfpipes: 0
Terrainpark: 3
General
No data available
Season: 11/21/2015 to 5/1/2016
Hours
Sunday: 8:30-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 8:30-4
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