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Thursday November 26th, 2015 | Updated 12:13 pm

Happy Thanksgiving

Opening day is so close, we can almost taste it… or maybe that’s the turkey and gravy. While you’re enjoying Thanksgiving with your family and friends, our mountain operations team will be putting the finishing touches on the mountain for opening day tomorrow.

Tomorrow The Jet Triple will be spinning, providing access to the Jet trail only. First chair Friday is at 9:00AM and 8:30AM on both Saturday and Sunday. Last chair, as always, is at 4:00PM.

Beginners, read this; only expert terrain will be available for skiing & riding this weekend. After last chair Sunday, Snowmaking will hit The Haynes, then relocate to lower mountain terrain. The goal come midweek will be to hammer trails serviced off of the Taxi Quad and Stateside Moving Carpet, in effort to open beginner terrain for the following weekend.

Opening day lift tickets will be available for purchase at both Stateside & Tramside Customer Service; $49 for Adults (19+) and $39 for Juniors (6-18). 

Be sure to stay tuned to this page or listen to our eloquent & ever-popular Snow Reporter at 802-988-9601 for the most recent updates from the hill. 

2015/2016 Season Passes are still for sale. Click HERE to check out our Pass options, before the season kicks off.

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

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Snow Report

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Snow 7 Days:
1 in 3 cm
Base Depth
0-10 in 0-25 cm
Season Total
1 in 3 cm
Lifts Open
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Trails Open
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Current Projects

Jay Peak owners Ariel Quiros and Bill Stenger announced an economic revitalization initiative designed to bring thousands of jobs to Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Known as the Northeast Kingdom Economic Development Initiative, the enterprise encompasses several projects stretching between Jay Peak Resort, Newport and Burke Mountain Resort. 


Burke Mountain is Jay Peak’s sister mountain in the North East Kingdom made up of 270 acres of true Vermont skiing and riding.  Burke has a devoted following, a rich history and a deeply successful racing heritage with a ski academy that has produced over 55 Olympians.

The most important addition Burke Mountain and its region needs is on-mountain accommodations. The new ownership company will construct a mountain lodge facility. (Which will look much like the Tram Haus Lodge at Jay Peak.)  The accommodation will offer immediate lift access to high capacity lifts offering novice through expert terrain.  The views of the mountain and the Kingdom from the lodge hotel will be unbeatable.

In addition to the on-mountain hotels, a world-class tennis facility, state of the art aquatic center and mountain biking facilities will be constructed.  All three of these facilities will serve hotel guests as well as be available to members of the public.

Construction of the hotel is ongoing and live progress can be seen at 

This project is currently available for subscription and has received I-526 approval. 


A project of particular note is the creation of a biotechnology campus located near Jay Peak in the Jay Peak Biomedical Research Park, a 40 acre campus with over 90,000 square feet of current facility. 

The high-tech facility will produce artificial organs, adult-stem cell therapies, and various dialysis machines. A 75,000-square foot Research Tower is scheduled to be built on the campus in 2015. The Research Tower will be an F.D.A. approved facility designed to develop and manufacture artificial organs using patented hybrid bio-digital technology.

One of the most beneficial parts of the AnC Bio facility will be the operations of 50 clean rooms.  “Clean rooms” are climate controlled, germ free testing facilities that allow companies and universities to conduct research in F.D.A approved facilities and to develop products and test research assumptions under approved controlled conditions.  These types of facilities are in very short supply in the U.S. and Canada and high rental demand exists for these types of facilities.

This project is currently available for subscription and has received I-526 approval. 

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Bill Stenger, CEO of Jay Peak Resort and President of AnC Bio, Vermont, (802) 327-2222

Lizzy Button, Administrative Assistant, (802) 327-2328

Candice Campbell, EB-5 Investor Relations, 1-802-355-6779 

Chuck Leamy, EB-5 Legal Counsel, 1-802-323-7422