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Jay Peak Resort
Jay Peak Resort
Sunday, May 8, 2022
Submitted on May 8, 2022 by rocket21 (1081 Rating1081)
Session SessionMorning
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeDiscount from Ski Area
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions10% open; Spring Snow, Spring Snow
Glades GladesKitz Woods was still open and looked to have full coverage.
Moguls MogulsAs the morning progressed.
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)None
Run of the Day Run of the DayHaynes
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageFood court at Stateside open, but did not partake.
Comments CommentsHoped to use my day 3 25% off Indy discount, but the ticket window refused to provide the discount, even when presented an e-mail from Indy stating the discount applies to the particular day's window rate. Indy's web site also specifies this, but ticket window personnel insisted it is against their resort's policy. E-mail sent for clarification.

Beautiful late season morning with sunny skies and temperatures warm enough to be pleasant but not so warm as to make things sloppy. Most terrain open in New England today.

Jet and Haynes/Mont l'Entrepide were open top to bottom with good coverage. Haynes was wall to wall top to bottom, while Jet still had coverage under the lift for the top half. One could also grab a short piece of Hot Shot Derick and UN.

Montrealer was wall to wall and one could bump out to part of Catwalk, then choose from Angel's Wiggle, Purgatory (narrow), Hell's Crossing (narrow), or Northway. Angel's and Northway had a couple of narrow spots put back together by the cat last night, as well as stretches of wall to wall. From this runout, the snow ran out about 150 yards from the bottom of the Jet or 100 yards from the bottom of the (not spinning) Bonaventure. Upper Northway and Lower Goat Run looked skiable heading upward from afar.

Jet was generally ski-on. Haynes and Jet trails occasionally got busy, but nothing too bad. Trails accessed from Montrealer were quiet, possibly in part due to the walking required at the very end.

Will be interesting to see if they go another weekend. Warm weather forecasted may zap the one to two feet of base on the flats, but the steeps higher up could make it.
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