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I will give Jay Peak a much deserved 5 Stars! We had a fantastic trip! The activities made available to guests at Jay Peak are awesome and the staff could not be more welcoming and helpful. We started our trip with Ski & Snowboarding lessons...More
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Response from pearlybakerbest, General Manager at Jay Peak ResortResponded 4 February 2017
Thanks for the review and glad you got to meet Carrie-she's one of our best for sure. I appreciate you taking the time to write and look forward to hosting you again.
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Excellent resort Terain was all they advertise many fun runs , find the fresh in the woods . ski in and ski out easy around the main hotels. Water parl was fun way to relax after on the mountain all day. Would definitly look to...More
Another great trip to Jay Peak. Despite not a lot of new snow, plenty of base and great grooming made the skiing great. And if the skiing is not great head to the water park and bask in the warmth. Great restaurants on site, ski...More
With the persistence of the snow from the Jay Cloud, Jay ranks as the best powder in the east. I used to travel throughout the east but now I know where my best chances of finding real powder lies.
The skiers/acre ratio also make it...More
We visited Jay Peak for a hockey tournament but took advantage of the Pump House and skiing. Everyone had a blast and looks forward to visiting again next winter! This is the kind of place to come with family and/or friends for year round fun...More
The place is not as busy in the summer as the winter, and that is just fine. Gondola ride or hike to the rugged treeless summit for a 360 degree view of Canada and northern Vermont. Vermont’s “Long Trail” goes over the top... More
The place is not as busy in the summer as the winter, and that is just fine. Gondola ride or hike to the rugged treeless summit for a 360 degree view of Canada and northern Vermont. Vermont’s “Long Trail” goes over the top as well, and miles in either direction. Or use the awesome waterpark, or the golf course where you’ll lose track of your ball watching the views. Also, an ice rink, arcade, and now a recreation center with movie theater, climbing wall and more. Three nice restaurants on site, with more nearby.
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"If you are staying in the cottages...bring some coffee and filters."