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Light rain
Tuesday March 28th, 2017 | Updated 12:27 pm
41°F5°C

Light Rain.

If you braved the weather yesterday, cheers to you; today is already a lot better. Temps are hovering in the low-40s with light rain on and off. Trails are much softer than yesterday, regardless of grooming. Throw on your raincoat and get out there for some cream cheesy goodness.

Grooming crews did another light duty shift in an effort not to punch too deep into our snowpack. Even with these warmer temps, our base is looking great, as it should after 463" of snow this season. 

Patrol just dropped the ropes on all of our closed trails, or in other words, we're back to 100%. All 9 of our lifts are now running, as well. As always, last chair for all lifts is at 4:00 PM.

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1 Day Forecast

Light rain
Thursday
40°F4°C

Light Rain.

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:
14 in 36 cm
Base Depth
30-60 in 76-152 cm
Season Total
463 in 1176 cm
Snowmaking
N/A
Surface
Wet Packed // Machine Groomed
Lifts Open
9 of 9
Trails Open
78 of 78

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The last stash

by Gordon Baker
Submitted on Oct 09, 2012 / 1553 views

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The last stash

How many times have you arrived at Jay the day after a powder day? This moment occurred on March 2, 2012, a week after the momentous 48" and 48 hours after a 6 to 8" refresh. Can you say... tracked out? At 11 AM I found myself taking a break in a three-tram line, chatting with The Earnest Young Men From Pennsylvania With Really Fat Skis. I had been skiing since the Bonnie opened at 8:30, searching the mountain for untracked snow, and needed a rest. The EYMFPWRFS had just arrived, and were fully decked out in uber fat skis, Go-Pros and bro talk. They had made the classic first-time visitor mistakes:  1) getting to the mountain the day after, and 2) thinking that standing in a three-Tram line for first run at 11 am would somehow get them to the goods. After some chat, they realized that despite my grey hair, I might be able to offer some insight, so quizzed me on the best places to go. I gave out the usual vague advice and suggested all the standard tree runs: Valhalla, Timbuktu and pretty much any wooded place between the marked trails. The best part was the woman with the rental skis, eavesdropping and looking at like we were speaking a foreign language. Mental notes made, they seemed content. I thought to myself, "these guys are in for a surprise." Oh, well, live and learn. They will figure it out. When the Tram docked and the doors opened, I booked out of there as only the last guy on the Tram can do. Following my own advice, I sped down the Vermonter, turned onto a marked trail, followed my nose and found this lovely rabbit hole. Down I went. Jay Peak delivers, as usual.

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