Jay Peak Reopening: 8-15 Inches Forecasted

Another storm is hitting the East Coast, with 8 to 15 inches of snow predicted to nail parts of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Jay Peak Resort is reopening on Thursday for one last weekend. Get there before the snow is gone.
Jay Peak, Late April

Originally scheduled to reopen Saturday for one final weekend, Vermont's Jay Peak will now reopen Thursday, as a storm is expected to arrive today through Wednesday.

"We all make our bones here in winter and as long as the universe keeps sending us storms, we’ll keep finding a way to get you access to it," says Jay Peak spokesperson Emilie Starr.

Jay is offering a lodging rate of $69 per person per night, based on double occupancy, for either their Slopeside Condominiums or new Tram Haus Lodge for any time this Thursday through Sunday. Lift tickets are reduced to $39 for adults and $29 for juniors, and Jay Peak will throw in lunch at the new Tower Bar to say thanks for coming.

Jay will close for the season after this Sunday, May 2. The resort's golf course is scheduled to open May 15th, followed by the new Jay Peak Ice Haus Arena Memorial Day Weekend and the new Golf Clubhouse shortly thereafter.


Jay Peak, Vermont, already closed for the season. Then a massive late-season winter storm rolled in—dropping 19 to 24 inches on the ski area. Naturally, they decided to re-open for one more weekend. The ski area is open Thursday through Sunday with more than 18 trails accessed by the Jet Triple and Metro Quad. Lift tickets are $39 ($29 for juniors) and—get this—they're throwing in a free lunch in the Tower Bar with a purchase of a lift ticket. www.jaypeakresort.com

19 New Inches at Jay Peak, Vermont

Thanks to a storm that dropped almost two feet of new snow, Jay Peak, Vermont, reopens today through Sunday. Lift tickets are discounted—and they're throwing in a free lunch. Here are photos of the new snow.