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Jeezum Crow Festival | July 19 & 20
We're looking at a fantastic forecast with sunshine and 70° weather.

You say the nicest things

 

We aren’t necessarily the type to break our arms patting ourselves on the back, but it felt worth sharing these kind words and good thoughts that highlight, in various ways, what our Jay Peak community already knows – that the mix of unique tangible (like more snow than any other resort in the East, glades for days, Vermont’s only indoor waterpark, and the only Aerial Tramway in the state, to name a few) and intangible – the culture defined and refined over the years by our team and guests, is what draws us back season after season. It only seems fair that our first-timers (or first-time-in-a-long-timers) can    

Take a minute to see what outside folks are saying, how they feel about us, and their opinions on the good, the bad, and every once in a while, the ugly. As always with an awful lot of what happens out here, caveat emptor.

We like when the media says nice things about us, who doesn’t, but what we really care about is how you feel. To that end, if you have something to say, click through and drop a note to swright@jaypeakresort.com

Tram Summer

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AWARDS

2024 National Ski Areas Association Golden Eagle Award: Innovation in Sustainability

"Jay Peak has taken an innovative and collaborative approach to complete two of the largest carbon-reducing projects in Vermont’s history: waste heat utilization and an electric boiler that uses grid connected software to monitor electricity pricing in real time. These transformative projects have significantly lowered Jay Peak’s CO2 emissions, utility costs and propane consumption — the electric boiler installation decreasing propane in the Hotel Jay and Waterpark by 60%. These efforts also come with secondary savings on transportation of fuel up to 1,800 feet on a regular basis and have led to an increase in electricity consumption, helping the resort better utilize Vermont’s sustainable electric grid resources. Jay Peak collaborated with multiple partners within Vermont to complete these projects and hopes to inspire other resorts and businesses to commit to a more sustainable future using their learnings as an example. For the ripple effect these carbon-reduction projects will continue to have, NSAA named Jay Peak Resort a winner for Innovation in Sustainability and a finalist for Climate Change Impact."