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For making the 21+22 ski/ride season one of the best. Stay tuned for details on summer ops.
2022 Pump House Indoor Waterpark Season Passes
On sale now from $97pp for unlimited access. Only 100 available per category.
2022 Championship Golf
Will tee off Friday, May 27th. Special $69 day play rate (inc cart) available for a limited time.
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Updated MARCH 7TH, 2022

In what has been unprecedented times, over the last 24 months we have crafted our response to the COVID-19 pandemic based on information available from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Vermont Department of Health. The CDC has recently revised its COVID-19 Community Level metrics and announced that healthy asymptomatic people who live in areas of low to medium COVID-19 Community Levels do not need to wear masks indoors. 

Based on the revised metrics of new COVID-19 hospitalizations, hospital capacity and new COVID-19 cases, our counties are now categorized within that low to medium range. Therefore, we have lifted the indoor mask requirement for all employees and guests (unless otherwise mandated by the State). Please continue to wear a mask if you want increased protection, or if your healthcare provider recommends doing so.

Guests are no longer required to wear masks while riding the Tram or shuttles, while they are climbing in Clips and Reels, or when receiving spa services.

We will continue to review data from the CDC and Department of Health and amend our response plan as necessary.


Updated MARCH 7TH, 2021

The latest update from the Canadian government now allows for either PCR or an Antigen tests for all travelers returning to Canada. In either case, tests need to be professionally administered or observed by a pharmacy, laboratory, healthcare entity or telehealth service.

We’ve put together some information here we think you’ll find useful but want to stress the importance of reviewing details directly on the Canadian and US government sites (noted below) as each situation will vary and you need to have all the details pertaining to your specific arrival/departure scenario. 


  • You will be asked to attest at the US Border that you have been fully vaccinated.
  • You will not need to present your vaccine card by default but could be asked for it so you must carry it with you.
  • Mixed-dose vaccines will be accepted.

Follow the Homeland Security website for updates.


Here are some high-level things to keep in mind:

  • Proof of negative Antigen tests must be taken outside Canada no more than 1 day before arriving at the border (ie, if you plan to travel any time on Sunday, your test must have been taken any time on Saturday or Sunday).
  • Proof of negative PCR tests must be taken within 72hrs of arriving at the border. Timing is more relevant here - if you plan to cross the border at 5pm on Sunday, your test must be taken any time after 5p on Thursday. The timeline is based on when the test is taken (date and time), not when you receive your results.
  • Previous positive molecular test result: you no longer have symptoms and provide proof of a positive molecular test taken at least 10 calendar days and no more than 180 calendar days before entering Canada. Counting starts the day after your test.
  • You must use the ArriveCan app (available for iOS, Android, and online) and complete the requested details prior to your arrival at the Canadian border. Among other things, ArriveCan requires you to upload a copy of your vaccine record, submit information about your pre-arrival Covid test, and define your quarantine plan (in case it’s needed). 
  • There will be additional guidelines for unvaccinated children under 12, including that they are not allowed to attend school, camp, or daycare for 14 days following their return to Canada.

Before planning a trip, take the time to find out all the details on the Government of Canada website.


  • Blue Spruce Health in Newport, offers both Rapid PCR tests and Rapid Antigen tests. Their hours are flexible and the timeline for returning results is guaranteed.
    • Antigen Test: cost is $50pp and you can schedule your testing time HEREIn the dropdown select Covid Screens and then scroll down to Covid-Antigen Test to select your date and time.
    • Rapid PCR Test: Cost is $120pp and you can schedule your testing time HEREIn the dropdown select Covid Screens and then scroll down to Covid-19 PCR to select your date and time.
  • Visit the Vermont Health website for a list of local testing sites for a PCR test.
    • To date, testing at a Health Department location has been free but hours are more limited and timelines for results will vary based on the volume of tests being administered in the State at any given time. For the most part, test results have been returning within 48hrs but it is not guaranteed (wait times that we know of have been up to 80hrs).
    • Once you click through:
      • Select Make An Appointment
      • Create your login
      • Schedule Testing Appointment and select the person you are scheduling for
      • For Pick a Location, select Orleans County. Once you step through, you'll see 3 location options, the 2 in Newport (North Country Hospital and Newport Ambulance) are the closest options to Jay Peak.

As with all things Covid, these details are current as of today and ever-evolving. We’ve done our best to offer some guidance but again, please review the following links to ensure you are following all the most up-to-date guidelines relevant to your travel plans:

Homeland Security website | Government of Canada website