Jay, Vermont — If you predicted that Jay Peak would be the last New England ski resort to have lift-serviced skiing and riding this season, I would assume you are either a witch or a time traveler.

Killington is typically the last ski resort (that’s outdoors) open for public skiing and riding in the Northeast. However, that’s not going to be the case this season, thanks to Jay Peak putting some snow under a haystack.

Yesterday, Jay Peak officially announced that they will be hosting a rail jam on June 22nd. While they previously announced this, it got the official green light yesterday. For the Summer Solstice Sessions event, they will have a small terrain park set up, which will be serviced by the Stateside Magic Carpet. Lift tickets will be $50 for one hour and $100 for the full four-hour session. Technically speaking, since Jay Peak will have lift-serviced skiing in June, that will be the last ski resort to have lift-serviced operations in New England for the 2023-24 season.

The main event for the Summer Solstice Sessions will be a series of concerts. The acts will include Dopapod, Lazy Bird, High Breaks, and DJ Local Dork. In addition, there will be some features set up for skateboarders. If you purchase a ticket before May 31st, you’ll also get a free lift ticket for the 2024-25 season.

Image Credits: Jay Peak Resort

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