Jay Peak Vermont Ski Resort

Travel Guide to the Jay Peak Ski Resort in Vermont

Jay Peak offers a variety of ways to have fun in the snow:

Ice Haus Arena isn’t just a run-of-the-mill ski resort ice rink. It’s built for pros and used by pros, and, of course, anyone serious about skating, whether over a game of pond-hock or showing off their triple lutzes expects some level of comfort. And Jay Peak is highly accommodating to those needs, which is why this NHL-sized rink offers comfortable bleacher seating, standing space, an electronic zamboni (so nobody’s the hoser), a snack bar and cafe that serves beer and wine along with big beefy burgers, and large, comfortable locker rooms.

Stay warm indoors at these fun Jay Peak attractions:

The Zone Beginner Area is where the newbies go to get schooled at Jay Park – that’s right, the resort has four lifts accessing 80 acres of gentle slopes and two freestyle areas for beginners learning new moves on the jumps. Inside the Mountain Kids Adventure Center, small children can learn in their indoor learning area, and play around the daycare center. Parents can rent special kids-friendly ski equipment as well.

Spas near Jay Peak for parents to indulge themselves off the mountain:

Located in the Tram Haus Lodge (a tram ride is complimentary with a reservation), Alice’s Table is where visitors far and away come to feel at home. At the table, diners can indulge on Sunday Brunch, complete with a breakfast buffet and omelet and crepe stations. For a full, family-style dinner, Alice hosts all-you-can-eat BBQ, capped by a spread of delectable in-house made sweets which includes a melted chocolate bomb and NY-style cheesecake.

Delight in the après scene on Jay Peak:

Jay Peak has 11 lodging complexes tailored for almost every kind of ski or golf weekend. Whether it’s family style cottages, or a business or conference-oriented hotel; romantic slopeside condominium unit or intimate townhouses right in the Village, the resort has any vacationer covered. Check out the modern and sunny two-level suites for larger groups, or the made from upcycled and re-imagined materials for direct access to the aerial tram, Alice’s Table and Taiga Spa.

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