Come to Jay Peak Resort while it is still brand-spanking new. They've done an amazing job with the new Hotel Jay, new base lodge, and the Pump House. What has stayed the same are the amazing runs on the mountain. We stayed during the record week of wamth in mid-March and the snow was melting fast, but we had fun spring skiing and riding on this amazing mountain.
What sealed the deal for us was that kids 14 and under stay/ski/swim for free. What a deal! But, with my oldest turning 15 in November, I would love to see a deal for teens traveling with their families. It might entice us to book another family vacation.
The Pump House is so much fun. Stay mid-week and non-vacation week to avoid crowds and chaos. And don't leave without doing La Chute! I was so scared to do it, but am so glad I did it. More than once. Quite the adrenaline rush!
We ate at Mountain Dick's pizza. Beer was good, pizza okay. The white pizza needs a new description - what was an "herb white" came with sundried tomatoes, mushrooms, and green peppers. But, the prices were right. I appreciate that Jay doesn't gouge visitors like most other ski resorts we've been too. Thank you.
We used to live in this neck of the woods and enjoyed riding at Jay. My husband is waxing nostalgic for the old Jay Peak, but I think the upgrade is incredible. The tasteful decor, super comfy beds, and friendly service will make Jay Peak the place to vacation in Vermont.
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