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Current Weather

Partly sunny
Tuesday May 12th, 2015 | Updated 1:45 pm
60°F16°C

Partly sunny.

So after 155 days of getting hammered with the most snow of anywhere in the United States south of Alaska, we are closing the books on the 2014-15 winter season. The lifts are done spinning for winter operations.

This past weekend was sunny and everything you could have wanted in a spring weekend of skiing and riding: 34 trails, 5 lifts, and plenty of goggle tans. With 80-degree temperatures predicted for most of this week and showers forecasted for Friday through Sunday, we’re turning the focus to summer as the remaining snow turns to mush.

Our award winning golf course is opening on May 15th for its 10th season. Early riser special. $59 with cart before 9AM. Late day twilight special. $45 with cart after 2:00 pm. More Info.

2015/2016 Season Passes are now on sale. Click HERE to check out our Pass options; purchase by May 11th and save some coin.

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

Partly sunny
Thursday
55°F13°C

Partly sunny.

Sunny
Friday
65°F18°C

Sunshine.

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
5-20 in 13-51 cm
Season Total
373 in 947 cm
Lifts Open
0 of 9
Trails Open
0 of 78

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What to Expect

What level is my child at Jay Peak?

Skiing and riding is about having fun – and being safe while doing it. This guide will help you understand your child’s skiing and snowboarding ability and what level to sign them up for. Keep in mind that these are general guidelines to help us plan for what’s coming to the program. There is also an evaluation period on snow to help tighten up the group divisions.

 SKIERSSNOWBOARDERS
FIRST TIMERI’ve never skied.I’ve never snowboarded.
BEGINNER*I can turn left and right in a wedge in the moving carpet area, and/or green trails.I’m familiar with my equipment and I am working on both heel-side and toe-side edges in the moving carpet area, and/or green trails.
INTERMEDIATEI’m making parallel turns on blue terrain and riding upper mountain trails. I’m making heel-side and toe-side turns down blue and easier black terrain. I’m confident riding some upper-mountain trails.
ADVANCED**I have skied at Jay Peak and can make parallel turns on all black terrain/glades.I have ridden at Jay Peak exploring black terrain, glades and park.

*This is our most popular group and features several different sublevels once grouped out on snow.
**For the safety of your child, please do not rank him or her as an Advanced skier/rider if they have never been on Jay Peak terrain. Keep in mind that 1% of our children ski & ride at this level.

What should I bring?

LIFT PASS

Don’t have a season pass or Ski & Stay lodging package? We’ve got you covered. All kids enrolled in the Jay Explorers program are eligible for a $15 day ticket. This gives them access to the full mountain for the entire day. A lift ticket is required to access any Jay Peak terrain, including our 300ft moving carpet.

EQUIPMENT

We have Burton, Elan and Rossignol equipment specifically designed to make the experience easy and fun for beginners and beyond. Rentals are just $10 a day and include boots, skis/ board and a helmet. We’ll handle the fitting in-house at the Mountain Kids Adventure Center.

CLOTHING

Dress in layers so you will be prepared for changing weather conditions. Jay Peak is known for it’s snow, cold tempts and wind, so bring a backpack or bag if you’re bringing extra clothes for your child. Labeling everything with the child’s name is always a great idea as well.

Base Layers
  • Long underwear, preferably polypropylene, polyester or wool/polyester blend.
  • Ski/snowboard socks that are made of wool or polyester.
Mid Layers
  • A turtleneck or long sleeve shirt.
  • A sweater or fleece vest/jacket.
  • Thin puff vest/jacket (down).
Outer Layers
  • Ski or snowboard jacket & pants that are waterproof, warm and comfortable.
  • Gloves or mittens.
  • A hat that covers your ears.
  • Goggles & helmet are a must.

Ready to sign up?

Lessons fill up fast, especially for holiday and weekend periods. It’s best to make your reservation as soon as possible.

Book Online or call (802) 988-2737

RELEASE FORM

All children enrolled in the Jay Explorers program are required to have an updated Release Form on file every season. Click HERE to fill it out online prior to your child’s first day of lessons for a quicker check-in process.

MENU / ALLERGIES / SNACKS

Our Full Day session includes lunch, click HERE to download the weekly menu. Does your child have an allergy? Be sure to let our indoor staff know when you arrive. Kosher and dairy-free snacks are also provided, along with hot chocolate, during warm-up breaks for children in either Half or Full Day programming.

WEATHER CHECK

It’s important to keep an eye on the weather and plan accordingly. Stay tuned to our Snowphone at (802) 988-9601 or online weather report for the latest snow and mountain news. Our programs are essentially rain or shine, so be sure to review our cancellation policy below.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Reservations will be charged in full when booked but are completely refundable if cancelled at least 24 hours prior to your lesson. Otherwise, lessons will be charged in full.

Need to cancel? We’re sorry you can’t make it. Call (802) 988-2737 and if you don’t reach a representative, leave a message including your name/reservation number, date(s) you would like to cancel, and a callback phone number. Or, if it’s easier, you can e-mail learn@jaypeakresort.com