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MOUNTAIN STATS

Vertical Drop: 2,153 ft.
Base Elevation: 1,815 ft.
Average Snowfall: 320 in.
Snowmaking: 80%
Trails: 76
Terrain Park

Lifts:
1 tram
1 detachable quad
2 quads
1 triple
1 double
2 surface lifts

Difficulty:
Expert: 40%
Intermediate: 40%
Novice: 20%

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Jay Peak Resort
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Jay Peak Resort
This season, move up to 385 acres and 2,153 vertical feet of glades, bumps, groomers, and parks. Jay Peak Resort features 8 lifts, including Vermont’s only aerial tramway, accessing 76 trails, 4 terrain parks for all abilities and an average of 355 inches of snow every season.

Jay Peak is well known for its glades and extreme chutes, but there’s more to the mountain than expert terrain – like the Zone, Jay Peak’s learning area, which includes four lifts that access 11 trails and introductory glades. Jay Peak also offers a variety of accommodation packages, ranging from economical to luxurious, many with ski-in/ski-out convenience right from your doorstep.

Special Instructions
Present your Powder Passport at the Customer Service office on Tram Side to receive your free lift ticket.

Jay Peak Resort
4850 VT Route 242, Jay, VT
802-988-2611
www.jaypeakresort.com

Hours:
Daily, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Directions:
Take I-91North to Exit 26 (Orleans, VT.) Go north via Route 5 to Route 14 North. Go south on Route 100. Take a right in the center of Troy onto Route 101 North. Turn left onto Route 242 and follow to the entrance of Jay Peak.

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