Weather Report

Current Weather

Wednesday March 29th, 2017 | Updated 10:39 am

2-4” of new snow expected.

***The Bonaventure chair is spinning.***

Yesterday's dampness turned into a white dampness overnight and we picked-up a dusting around the base and just about an inch up top. The groomers didn't get on the hill until the small hours as we wanted to give the snow a chance to let go of said dampness and set up. As a result, expect any corduroy to be a bit loose and overall conditions to be soft-ish and variable. That will change throughout the day as 2-4" of new snow is expected. 

We did close out yesterday with 100% of our terrain open. Because of some firmess, the Green Beret trail will be closed today, but is expected to re-open once it softens. Note- The terrain parks are closed today as we'll be re-shaping them after yesterday's meteorlogical mischief.

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1 Day Forecast

Mostly sunny

Sun on top of new snow.

Trail Map Lift Status Historical Snowfall

Snow Report

Snow 24 Hrs
0-1 in 0-3 cm
Snow 48 Hrs
1 in 3 cm
Snow 7 Days:
15 in 38 cm
Base Depth
30-60 in 76-152 cm
Season Total
464 in 1179 cm
Wet Packed and Loose-ish Granular // Machine Groomed
Lifts Open
9 of 9
Trails Open
77 of 78

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Terrain Parks

Welcome to our Jay Peak Parks Page. Get the latest news on park redesigns and current features, as we reshape and modify your experience throughout the season. 

NEW FEATURES for your spring laps include: a dance pad, up box, flat down rail, down rail, and green house rooftop.

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Excitement filled the air at this year's annual USASA national qualifying bordercross, held on the lower Can-Am trail. Both days were bluebird and beautiful with spring-like conditions.  The overall course build took us (Jay Peak Park Crew) about two weeks of shoveling and shaping, leading up to the event. The course challenged competitors top to bottom with a number of features, starting things off with a Wu-Tang spine that led into three tight banked turns. These turns spit racers out onto rollers that allowed them to boost their speed for the last two banked turns. The course finished off with a 30’ foot jump down into the finish line. After a few practice runs, racers competed in individual timed trials. The results of these timed trials sorted the racers into their heats for the afternoon. The course proved to be challenging, as temperatures climbed in the afternoon, but the softening snow and warm air didn't phase the racers, as they battled it out on their final runs in these qualifying matches. Winner’s podiums allowed competitors to celebrate the event and congragulate one another on a weekend well done. If you’d like to know more about USASA events and rankings, visit their webpage HERE.

A huge thank you goes out to all competitors and spectators who made this event possible. We look forward to seeing you on the slopes and in the park.

Jug Handle


Difficulty: Progression Park
Location: Upper Interstate, skier's right

Whether you're learning new tricks or expressing your creative side, work your way through boxes, rails, jibs and jumps in our Jug Handle Progression Park

Beginner Learning Terrain


Difficulty: First-Timers
Location: Stateside Moving Carpet / Tramside Moving Carpet

A place to learn and play in a safe and friendly setting. Our terrain-based learning zones cater to our newest winter enthusiasts. Have fun building the basics with features like our banked turns and ollie bars.