Big ol’ fat flakes are currently falling on Jay Peak today, breaking a ridiculously long Indian summer in the northeast.
So far forecasts are calling for up to 9” and although it’s a modest amount, the pictures say otherwise for Vermont’s leader in annual snowfall.
Here’s the report from Jay Peak today:
It’s been snowing on the mountain since our first cup of coffee and still coming down. We’ve picked up 3-5” of accumulation thus far and looks like we could see close to (hopefully more) half-a-foot by end of day.
In case you’re like us and can’t contain the excitement for snow, start drafting up a good sick-day excuse and join us for first chair on the Jet Triple tomorrow at 9:00AM. The Jet will be spinning until 4:00PM tomorrow, providing access to The Jet trail, Haynes and Mont L’ Entrepide.
Lift tickets, in case you need one, are $49 for adults (ages 19+) and $39 for juniors (ages 6-18) and can be purchased at both Stateside and Tramside Customer Service locations.
Jay Peak receives an average annual snowfall of 377 inches per year!
Here’s NOOA’s Current Report On The “Jay Cloud” Inhabiting The Area As Of 4pm Today:
- Vertical Drop- 2,153′
- Annual Snowfall- 377”
- Skiable Acres- 385 acres
- Lifts- 9 (1 tram)
- Trails- 78
- Longest Trail- 3 miles
- Parks- 4