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What a terrible experience. We tried to check in at 5:30 and we were told our room was not ready we would get an email when it was. It was after 7. If we had been skiing all day and kicked off the mountain at...More
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Response from pearlybakerbest, General Manager at Jay Peak ResortResponded 9 June 2017
Sorry about the bad experience Cara. This is the 36th review I've, well, reviewed today and this is the first time I've seen anything less than 4 stars (much less someone exhorting 'bad people'). I'd be happy to speak with you in person about your...More
Our family stayed from 3/12 - 3/17/17. Never have the stars aligned for a ski trip like this. We skied on Monday and it was a normal day—cold, sunny, with hard pack Vermont snow. As we walked across the parking lot to the lifts Tuesday...More
We just returned from a six day stay at Jay Peak. We stayed in the Golf and Mountain cottages. We were displaced here by an accommodation issue. We looked on the bright side and hoped it would be a better experience as now we were...More
5ft of fresh powder in 2.5 days = Epic trip. We travelled with our extended family of 12 people. We had 3 king suites at the Tram Haus Lodge, all were super clean and right at the bottom of the mountain. Rooms had everything you...More
Just returned from our third visit to Jay Peak! We were a group of 8 - two families with kids ranging in age from 5-12. An excellent time was had by all on the slopes, in the Pump House and Hotel Jay! We will definitely...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.