Jay Peak

Jay Peak Resort
Jay PeakVermont ski-scene fixture Bill Stenger spearheaded the purchase of Jay Peak from Canadian owners in 2008, subsequently launching a resort-hotel complex (in December 2009) that has served to consolidate lodging, rentals, repairs, and other services at the base of the mountain. Use our Jay Peak Travel Guide to plan a getaway to the mountain, which boasts over 50 miles of skiable terrain and 100-plus acres of off-piste routes (and a ski season lasting from late November through mid-April), and has plenty to offer skiers and boarders of all abilities.

Why Go

For ample snowfall, tidy trails, and Vermont’s only aerial tramway that ensured Jay Peak’s status on the ski circuit.

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Jay Peak Advice

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“Always, always travel with ear plugs. They make chatty plane neighbors, loud street traffic, and rowdy hotel guests much more bearable.”

Christine Wei Assistant Editor

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