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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
0-0 in 0-0 cm
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
0 of 78

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3rd Annual Jay Peak Girls Hockey Camp

3-NIGHT SLEEPOVER CAMP (August 17-20, 2017)

Jay Peak Girls Development Camp is designed to develop and enhance the fundamental skills of each camper through creative instruction in a supportive and fun environment.

Players will receive three to four hours of on-ice training each day. These sessions will teach players the necessary skills and techniques needed to become a stronger player. Our coaching staff will provide players with a bevy of hockey knowledge that they can carry with them long after camp ends.  Sarah Vaillancourt Two-Time Olympic Canadian Gold Medalist, and current Stanstead Women’s Coach, and David Venditti the University of New England’s Women’s Coach will be returning with a few more Olympians and College Coaches added to the roster.

Players who attend our hockey camp will receive top level training each and every day, but even more importantly our camp will provide players with an unmatched level of fun. Our location gives our campers the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities including swimming, arcade, hiking, and many more fun activities, as well as an on ice scrimmage each night. At the Jay Peak Girls Hockey Camp players will have a fun while developing hockey skills. Our goal is to make this an exciting experience to remember for the rest of their lives. 


  • Age levels that can attend U10, U12, U14
  • 3 nights (5 players to a cottage/condo with 1 parent)
  • 3  Lunches and Dinners (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)* Campers will need to bring food for breakfast and daily snacks. 
  • 3-4 Hours of On-Ice Sessions
  • Power Skating with Professional Skating Instructor 
  • On-Ice Skills Competition
  • Passing and Shooting Drills
  • Puck Possession & Small Games
  • Waterpark and Activities
  • Camp Jersey


$349 per player



Or contact Dennis Himes at (802) 988-2724 or for more information.


David Venditti
Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach at the University of New England

Venditti took over the UNE women's ice hockey program after its inaugural season, and posted a record of 9-11-5 -- an improvement over the 1-10 mark from 2012-13. Year two featured a 6-15-5 ledger, but included back-to-back wins to close the regular-season and earn a spot in the ECAC Women's East tournament (first season).

He came to Biddeford with 13 years of collegiate head coaching experience, including the previous nine years at Colby College, and the four before that at the University of Southern Maine. While Venditti was at Colby, the Mules qualified for postseason play eight of his nine seasons, including an appearance in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) championship game in 2008.

Southern Maine achieved national ranking under Venditti's direction while making it to the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Women's East League semifinals four times and averaging 15 victories a season.

His teams have won a total of 161 games over his collegiate coaching career.
Prior to breaking into the collegiate coaching ranks, Venditti served as the boys' varsity coach at Cheverus High School. He currently serves as director of the Girls' Hockey Academy in Portland and is director of Girls' Player Development for New England.

Venditti graduated from Southern Maine in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in economics, and played four seasons for the Huskies. The Hyde Park, Mass. native resides in South Portland with his daughter, Sophia.

Sarah Vaillancourt
Head Girls’ Ice Hockey Coach at Stanstead College, Quebec

  • Played on the National Canadian team from 2003-2013. She made the team when she was 18 years old in 2003. 
  • Played prep school hockey at Pomfret, in Connecticut, from 2002-2004.
  • Played for the Harvard Crimson. She graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in psychology.
  • Won the Patty Kazmaier award in 2008, her junior year at Harvard. She also a top three finalist her senior year. 
  • Won two Olympic Gold medals while playing for the National team. (2006 Turino, 2010 Vancouver). 
  • She is now a teacher and the head coach of the girls’ hockey team at Stanstead College, a Prep School located in Québec but two minutes away from Derby, VT.