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Monday May 1st, 2017 | Updated 11:38 am

Closed for skiing.

The last day of every ski & ride season is always bittersweet. Reminiscing of all the powder, laughter, and smile-filled days on the hill, while simultaneously getting ready for summer and what’s to come. Let’s face it, there’s a part of us already thinking about next season. Whether it’s daydreaming about new gear, new experiences, or even a new mountain to check out, the powder-junky in all of us is always at the ready. Click HERE to read more on the changing with our seasons.

That being said, thanks for joining us for a great season here in Northern Vermont. This marks the 154th consecutive day of operations here at Jay Peak, and the 9th year in a row we’ve kept the lifts spinning into May. Mother Nature delivered this year too, in the form of 491” of natural snow. That’s over FORTY FEET of fluff, re-affirming our title as the resort with the most snow on the East Coast. And that’s not even counting the man-made courtesy of Snowmaking.  We hope you enjoy a fun-filled summer, and when it’s time to dust off the skis or Skol to Ullr, we’ll be right there with you.

TRAM  UPDATE: The upgrade project is underway and the Tram is scheduled to re-open this summer. Stay tuned for video updates of the $5 million project throughout the spring.

2017-2018 Season Passes are on-sale NOW. Save some coin and purchase in advance. Click HERE to learn more.


***Dead Set comes to the Foeger Ballroom on Friday, May 26th. Tickets & Details HERE ***

1 Day Forecast


Closed for skiing.

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
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Snow 48 Hrs
0 in 0 cm
Snow 7 Days:
0 in 0 cm
Base Depth
1-12 in 3-30 cm
Season Total
491 in 1247 cm
Spring Conditions // Machine Groomed
Lifts Open
0 of 9
Trails Open
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Meetings and Conferences


Book your summer retreat or fall meeting by May 31st, and SAVE 40% on lodging rates, July-October.  All two-night, mid-week conference packages include:   

  • 40% discount on summer retail lodging rates*
  • 50% off on in-house AV charges
  • 50% off on Meeting room rental
  • 4 Complimentary room upgrades
  • 1 Hour Complimentary Team Building by Lynx Mountain Guides of Vermont 

Plus get these great amenities for your attendee’s

  • 15% attendee discount at Taiga Spa (by appointment based on availability)
  • Extended rates for attendees on lodging pre and post conference 

We look forward to working with you.  For more information please contact, Erica Wilson or Dennis Himes, Conference Sales Managers at (802) 988-2766 or email at

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The Hotel Jay Conference Center is a bit of the old mixed with some major new. Industrial, rustic, and contemporary flares merge to create a compelling, one-of-a-kind space where state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, and the most advanced technology guarantee a glitch free event. Each of the seven spaces within the conference center are delightfully unique and versatile to meet the needs of each conference, meeting, or event that come though the Jay Peak doors. The Hotel Jay is also home to several restaurant and bar options including The Foundry, Mountain Dick’s Pizza, Buddy’s Mug Coffee Shop, The Drink, and The Warming Shelter Snack Bar, which together offer a wide range of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Some can also be configured to use as additional meeting/event space.

A gathering spot for groups small and large, the Conference Center welcomes 10-425 person accommodations. It is a space where great triumphs will be had, brilliant ideas will be created, and unique experiences are absolute.

The Jay Peak staff are veterans at catering to corporate groups. With the opening of the New Hotel Jay and Conference Center in March of 2012, the resort is now home to over 36,000 sq. ft. of event space. Plus, we provide new and upscale accommodation for up to 600 people. We will custom tailor a package to meet the needs of your event. Our attention to detail ensures everything runs seamlessly and our goal is to make you look good.

The new Conference Center at the Hotel Jay offers:

  • Almost 8,000 sq. ft.
  • State of the art audio-visual systems (provided by PSAV)
  • Seven private event spaces, plus conference lobby
  • The Foeger Ball Room features a maximum capacity of 425 guests (three connected rooms)
  • The Pepin Rooms features two connected rooms with seating up to 50 people
  • The Haynes features seating for up to 130 guests  (with connected private terrace)
  • The Valhalla Room (executive board room style, with private balcony, seating up to 49)

The Foeger Ballroom & Pepin Rooms

The Foeger Ballroom is the focal point of the conference center. It can accommodate meetings, conferences, or events of all kinds for up to 435 persons, and the space has the versatility to breakout into three small rooms. Stylish décor evokes a natural and welcoming feel and state-of-the-art audio visual outfit this space with innovation and creativity…the key to a successful meeting. When divided, all configurations offer full audio visual and wireless internet capabilities.

Foeger BallroomSq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheatre
Foeger I222014040200130200
Fooeger II8404524906086
Foeger III8504524906086
Foeger I & II3060185--290190286
Foeger II & III16909036160120172
Foeger Ballroom (I, II, & III)2190230--400280435

Quaint and intimate these breakout rooms can also be used as one large space courtesy of a sound buffered air wall. A versatile gathering place for small and medium size events, the main space breaks out into Pepin conference rooms I and II, and each are equipped with the latest in audio visual equipment and meeting and event amenities. 

The PepinSq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheatre
Pepin I3101212--2016
Pepin II4602418--3030
Pepin I & II77030----5046

Set against Vermont’s northern Green Mountains as backdrop, The Haynes conference room is the perfect setting for your meeting and/or conference; this space can be used for a variety of functions including exhibitor space, meetings, cocktail receptions, etc. It is a versatile space with oversized windows which allow natural light to stream into the space. The Haynes adjoins the Foeger Ballroom creating a flow that entices a feeling of community and opens to the stone terrace where social gathering can be held on a clear day, spring, summer, or fall.

The HaynesSq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheatre
Haynes I20404230200120135
Haynes II1200----100----

Valhalla Executive Boardroom & Penthouse Patio

One of our most distinctive spaces, the Valhalla Executive Boardroom is located on the penthouse level of Hotel Jay. With floor-to-ceiling windows guests are enveloped by the long views north into neighboring Canada. Valhalla is the quintessential meeting location as it offers decorative furnishings and a conference table that can be broken down and removed from the space, allowing other functions and events to take place in this room. Like the rest of the Hotel Jay Conference Center, The Valhalla includes state-of-the-art audio visual equipment.

The Penthouse rooftop patio, which can accommodate 50 persons, overlooks the mountain and aerial Tram. It is new, unique and the perfect setting for a “WOW” factor event. It is exclusivity at its finest.

 Sq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheatre
Executive Boardroom
The Pentouse Patio1200----100----

Foundry & The Family Room

We've replicated the old Hotel Jay Family Room where you can stretch your legs on soft seating, watch some TV, enjoy family activities and board games, or just relax and review the day.

Casual, elegant or somewhere in between Jay Peak has a vast repertoire of dining options. Our newest addition is The Foundry, where classic American styled food and drink are convenient and tasty. Every restaurant offers guests spectacular views of the mountains or valley, or maybe both. With eight dining outlets on the resort campus it is easy to accommodate a group looking to dine as one or smaller more intimate groups looking to feast alone. These spaces are also wonderful for hosting a luncheon, meeting, cocktail reception, or event. The room itself includes a brushed steel bar that defines the front of the house and offers front-row views of our gas-fried, ceramic tile open oven. The Foundry also offers al fresco dining in late spring, summer and fall and offers broad views of both the mountain and our valleys. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to keep an eye on skiers and riders making their way down the mountain, snowstorms headed in or sunsets dropping behind our nearly 4,000’ peak

 Sq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheatre
The Foundry2300----150110--
Foundry Patio1440----7050--


Austria Haus dates back to the beginning of Jay Peak where dark woods and white stucco adorn the walls and cathedral ceilings. It is the hub of Jay Peak, where the International Room, Tram Cafeteria, and Tram Deck reside. Providing ample space for large gatherings, meeting, or events, the Austria Haus offers both seasonal and year round event space.

There’s no two ways about it: The Tram Haus Lodge is all Jay. It’s been designed to be part of the mountain, but also created so the mountain is a part of it. Expertly built with a dedicated team of Vermont craftsmen, the Tram Haus Lodge uses recycled and re-imagined parts and pieces from the mountain and neighboring towns to pay tribute. The 57-suite hotel is home to Alice’s Table, Tower Bar, and a large terrace area which, between these three spaces, cover off on meetings, groups, events and weddings small and large, indoor and outdoor. Taiga Spa and Aroma Coffee Shop are also located on the main floor with the bar and restaurant.


The heritage of Jay Peak comes to life in the International Room. With dark wooden beams against a white Austrian finish and arched architectural flares noted throughout the space, the room evokes that of an international feel. Longer than it is wide, this space can comfortably hold 200 persons for any number of set-up styles. It is easily accessible to restaurants, shops, and lodging accommodations.

  • With its own event kitchen and stationary bar, guests never have to travel far

The Tram Base Lodge is hub where, come winter, thousands of skiers and riders congregate. During shoulder seasons, the area is easily transformed into meeting and conference space using varying set ups and configurations. Perfect for small meetings, pre-reception wedding cocktail hours and break out space, The Tram Base Lodge is fully licensed for beer, wine and spirits and can accommodate up to 200 people. Adjacent to the Lodge is the Tram Base Patio with sweeping views of the mountain and easy access to the 60-passenger Jay Peak Aerial Tram, the Patio can be used for break out space or is the perfect spot for coffee breaks, cocktail hours or any part of the conference that requires big views.

Tram Base Lodge

  • Seasonal Facility
  • Open and Airy
  • Ideal for Trade Shows, exhibitor space, and mixers needing ample room in a defined space

Tram Deck

  • Private and Intimate
  • Stunning Mountain Views and easy access to the Tram Cafeteria
  • ​Small functions and events


Named after Alice Lewis (one of Jay Peak’s first employees), and located in the Tram Haus Lodge. With sweeping views of Jay Peak’s summit and the West Bowl, Alice’s offers locally-sourced cuisine featuring steaks from the Vermont Highland Cattle Company to trout from Vermont waters. The room can be configured to fit any occasion; you just have to give us ample time as we handle the tables with care—each one is made from reclaimed wood from local barns and bridges throughout the Northeast Kingdom.

  • A contemporary space with natural earth tones
  • Repurposed barn and bridge wood create elegant yet rustic dining tables
  • Floor to ceiling windows capture the majesty and season of the outdoors

Located in the Tram Haus Lodge, is the heartbeat of après ski revelry at Jay Peak Resort. With a wall of ten-foot windows, the slopeside pub affords diners spectacular views of Jay Peak’s ski trails and the West Bowl. It also offers visitors a glimpse into the resort’s past. Various seating areas, side bars and tables were constructed from old lift towers and sheave taken wheels from a chair lift that once stood on the site of the Tram Haus Lodge.

Metro meets woodsy – the combination of style and finishing’s creates a unique environment
A stone hearth fire place and multiple flat screen TV’s decorate the hearts and minds of sport fans
Tower Bar represents the true flavors of Vermont with Domestic Beers and Wines along with pub styled cuisine

Right outside of both Alice’s Table and Tower Bar. Outfitted with fire pits and Adirondack chairs the terrace creates an environment which encourages a community feel. Fantastic space for a cocktail hour, wedding ceremony, or a number of other outdoor events, the terrace is a truly authentic outdoor option at Jay Peak.

  • Hand laid stone bricks create a custom design terrace
  • Fire pits bring warmth and a sense of community to a chilly mountain day
  • Vibrant flora and new leaf maple trees adorn the terrace creating lush botanical gardens






CONFERENECES ROOMSSq. Ft.ClassroomHollow SquareCocktail ReceptionBanquetTheater
Tram Base Lodge32607030----150
International Room220019230200200200
Alice's Table2200----150120--
The Terrace9000----500----
Tower Bar1300----10060--
Clubhouse Grille 1700----10080--
Clubhouse Tent2500----200150--


Food and Beverage

Jay Peak offers a huge selection of dining options.


For more information please contact Erica Wilson or Katy Kavanagh, Conference Sales Managers at (802) 988-2765 or email at