Jay Peak Resort


4850 VT Route 242, Jay, VT 05859 Visit Website | 802-327-2198 | customerservice@jaypeakresort.com


Ages: Toddlers, Kinder, Kids, Tweens, Teens Cost: Check web site for current season rates Parking: Yes

Located in Northern Vermont only a few miles from the Canadian border, Jay Peak usually opens early and likes to be the last one in the East to close. For those they like to stay in touch, a Verizon Wireless tower located at the summit provides digital reception.

The Mountain
Peaks: 2
Miles of skiable terrain: 50+
Skiable Acreage: 385+
Base Elevation: 1,815 feet
Vertical: 2,153 feet
Exposure: Northeast

The Trails
Total number of trails: 76 trails, glades and chutes
Difficulty of trails: 20% novice, 40% intermediate, 40% advanced
Longest trail: Ullr's Dream—3 miles
Most scenic trail: Vermonter
Hairiest trails: River Quai and Green Beret
Easiest Learning glade: Moonwalk Woods
Best open slope: Can-Am Super Trail, 150 feet wide, 4,000 feet long, 1,800 foot vertical
The 8 Lifts
Serving Stateside

One of two entry points into the interconnected trail system:
The Queen's T-Bar: Capacity 800 skiers per hour
The Bonaventure Quad: Capacity 2,000 skiers per hour
The Jet Triple Chair: Capacity 1,800 skiers per hour
The Village Chair: Serving beginner skiers and ski-on ski-off from Jay Peak Village. Capacity 1,200 skiers per hour

Serving Tramside
The Flyer: A detachable quad, capacity 2,400 skiers per hour
The Aerial Tramway: Vermont's only! Capacity 60 passengers per trip, 360 skiers per hour
The Moving Carpet in Beginner Zone: Capacity 1,500 skiers per hour
The Metro Quad in Beginner Zone: Capacity 2,115 skiers per hour
Total uphill capacity: Approximately 12,175 skiers per hour

The Hours and Other Stuff

Weekdays: 9am - 4pm
Weekends/Major Holidays: 8:30 - 4pm
Daycare: 6 weeks - age 7


3 reviews
  • February 6, 2023
    "We’ve enjoyed the water park many times! We can’t wait to return soon!"
    - Hutchboys5
  • October 17, 2022
    "We loved our stay at Jay Peak Resort in July 2022!"
    - Kids Come With
  • August 22, 2013
    "We went to the pump house at Jay peak. This place is great, we have gone once in the summer and once in the winter. I enjoyed the summer experience much better as they open the entire roof and let's in all the Vermont fresh air. In the winter it was so hot and was not as enjoyable. They price is a little high but if its only something you do once a year it's worth it. We packed a lunch the second time we want it it was perfect."
    - Dadoftheyear1

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