Jay Peak





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Jay Peak
Vermont
United States
Phone: 802 988-2611


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About the Ski Resort

Jay Peak is located in north central Vermont, and is one of Vermont's nicest ski resorts.

The ski area offers 2,153 vertical feet of skiing, 76 diverse trails and glades, 80 percent snowmaking coverage and modern, efficient lifts including Vermont's only aerial tramway.

Jay Peak is famous for receiving the most natural snowfall of any eastern ski resort, averaging 355 inches.

Snowboarders love all trails on the mountain plus a half-pipe and terrain course all their own. Telemark skiers also enjoy Jay's steep pitch while traditional cross-country skiers crisscross the 20 km of wooded trails.


Ski resort area details


Alpine Skiing: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Heli-Skiing: No
Snowcat Skiing: No
Snowboarding: No
Snowshoe trails: No
Cross country: 20 km
Snow tubing: No
 

 Easiest:  20 %

 More Difficult:  40 %

 Most Difficult:  40 %

 Experts only:  --
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Pace of Play: Pace of play: 0
Money Value: Money value: 0
Tees: Tees: 0
Service: Service: 0



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Mountain Statistics


Base elevation:  1,815 ft
Summit elevation:  3,968 ft
Vertical drop:  2,153 ft
Skiable area:  385 acres
Annual snowfall:  355 in
Snowmaking:  80 %
 
Number of trails:  76
Number of lifts:  8
Types of lifts:  2 Surface Lifts,
 1 Double Chair,
 1 Triple Chair,
 2 Quad Chairs,
 1 Detachable Quad,
 1 Tram (60 people)


Ski Resort Services


Childcare  No
Adaptive skier:  Yes
Nearby lodging:  Yes
 
Ski lessons:  Yes
Snowboard lessons:  Yes
 
Ski rentals:  Yes
Snowboard rentals:  Yes


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Ski Resort directions


Jay Peak ski area is located 5 miles from the Quebec, Canada border, 64 miles from Burlington, Vermont and 70 miles from Montreal, Canada.
To get there, take I-91 to Exit 26 (Orleans, VT), then go north via Route 5 to Route 14 North, then south on Route 100, to Route 101. Follow 101 north to Route 242 and Jay Peak. The ski area is about 15 miles west of Newport, Vermont.