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Friday October 28th, 2016 | Updated 10:08 am

Snow, snow, and more snow.

We’re happy to report that the Jay Cloud arrived earlier than expected this fall. We haven’t even fired up our snowmaking system yet, and there’s already north of A FOOT OF NATURAL SNOW coating the mountain and surrounding base areas. It's been steadily snowing here since Saturday night; take a look at the latest photo of the day in case you don’t believe us.

We still plan on opening for lift-accessible skiing & riding Thanksgiving Weekend, but in the meantime, we’ll continue to play in whatever Mother Nature throws our way. Stay tuned to our various channels for updates, as we could open earlier if the stars align.

In case you’re still in need of a Jay Peak Season Pass, click HERE to learn more. Don’t miss out on some of the best skiing & riding in Vermont, and in New England.

1 Day Forecast

Light rain

Thaw, but chance of snow at higher elevations.

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
4-6 in 10-15 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
0 in 0 cm
Snow 7 Days:
0 in 0 cm
Base Depth
12-24 in 30-61 cm
Season Total
0 in 0 cm
Pre-Season Powder
Lifts Open
1 of 9
Trails Open
2 of 78

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by Kevin
Submitted on Dec 22, 2012 / 1250 views


Unfortunatly there is no photo. BUT if you would like to see an experience the actual thing just look left of the Condiminum check in and look down at the golf course.


A huge jump was built on December 21st when a few jay peak enthusiasts dedicated presious daylight hours to build a jump. The day before, because the tram was not open, we hicked from the freezer up to the tram at top. This was awesome because we got first tracks. The following day we were not about to hike all the way up top just to get a run in the 70mph winds. We spent our time building a jump for all to use!

Can you find the jump? 

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