Jay Peak Pulls Down 4 FEET In 1 WEEK | 263" This Season Alone! [Photo Tour + Snow Report]

Jay Peak Pulls Down 4 FEET In 1 WEEK | 263" This Season Alone! [Photo Tour + Snow Report]

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Jay Peak Pulls Down 4 FEET In 1 WEEK | 263" This Season Alone! [Photo Tour + Snow Report]

It's "NUKING" @JayPeak | Photo: Jay Peak Resort

It’s “NUKING” @JayPeak

[All photos courtesy of Jay Peak Resort]

Believe it or not, Jay Peak is the single powder paradise in New England this year after pulling down a whopping 264″ this season alone.

Related: These Are The 15 Snowiest Ski Resorts On The East Coast

Compared to the second snowiest resort in the east, Stowe (193″ so far this season), Jay Peak’s snowfall this year is straight up staggering. And it’s not stopping anytime soon. According to their conditions report, it’s currently “nuking” snow with a high of 22°F. All lifts and all trails open for business.

Snowfall Totals:

  • Surface Conditions: Powder
  • 24 Hour: 4-6″
  • 48 Hour: 13″
  • 7 Day Total: 50″
  • Base Depth: 23-52″
  • Season Total: 264″

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Jay Peak Snow Report

**The Tram will be down for half an hour starting at 10:15 for routine maintenance.**

It’s been nuking snow since our first cup of coffee. Stop reading and start skiing; you’ll thank us.

All 78 trails are open for skiing & riding today, serviced by all 9 lifts; that includes Vermont’s only Aerial Tram. With the most snow in Vermont (263″ and counting), conditions so far this season have been some of the best we’ve ever experienced here. Last chair for all lifts is at 4:00 PM; Get out there and enjoy.

Find up-to-date Jay Peak conditions here: Snow Report

 

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