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Third year in a row at Jay Peak for March Break, and second stay at the Jay Hotel. The facilities at Jay Peak are incredible, and have improved in the last year with the addition of the theatre and climbing gym, both of which the...More
We had a great time at Jay Peak. The new snow did not hurt. The services were great and my family had a ball on and off the slopes. I was not looking forward to the waterpark, but my husband and I ended up having...More
Great snow, great accommodations, reasonable price. I definitely prefer Tramside accommodations for lift access and would recommend visiting the new climbing facility and movie theater. They consistently receive the most snow in the east.
We went to JayPeak for a hockey tournament. The tournament was well organized and we were matched with similarly leveled teams. Beyond the amazing tournament, my kids had a blast at the PumpHouse. My husband and I could relax at the bar overlooking the park...More
We love Jay. We've never been disappointed with the ski conditions and liftees for that matter (all real personalities, especially the Bonnie and Jet chairs) . It's a real ski culture atmosphere. However, you need to bring more staff on for room turnover. This is...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.