Jay Peak resort kicks off 2022+23 winter season Friday

Vermont Business Magazine A favorable stretch of wintery weather has allowed Jay Peak Resort’s snowmaking team to pump out a hearty base across Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert terrain. The Resort welcomes its Stakeholders on Friday, November 25th for A Day for the Devoted. More than 750 free Lift Tickets were claimed for opening day as part of Day for the Devoted, a new tradition that invites Jay Peak devotees to celebrate the beginning of its 22+23 winter season.

A Day for the Devoted began in the winter of 21+22 as a gesture to recognize the unwavering devotion Jay Peak Stakeholders are known to have for the mountain. An overwhelmingly positive response indicated the company should offer the celebratory kick-off event for a second year, especially considering travel restrictions being lifted, allowing Jay Peak’s robust Canadian market to visit again.

Opening Friday to passholders, employees, guests staying on the resort’s Vacation Packages, and those with a confirmed Day for the Devoted free ticket, Jay Peak hosts additional activities to complement the celebratory day.

  • The Resort’s Ski and Ride School will perform mini clinics on-hill, to help ease skiers and riders back into the saddle.
  • A free hot dog lunch is provided by McKenzie hot dogs in the Resort’s Stateside Cafeteria,
  • The first Apr├Ęs Ski party of the season kicks off in The Bullwheel from 3p-6p, with food + drink specials, and live music from The Medicine Tribe.
  • The Resort’s Clips & Reels Movie Theater will premiere a new movie from Never Summer Snowboards and will raffle a new snowboard in addition to hosting a free demo day on-site.

The Resort’s ongoing operations will open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, then reopen daily for the season on Friday, December 2.nd.

For the 22+23 winter season, Jay Peak is also promoting a new lift ticket deal alongside its family of five sister resorts. Mission: Four’dable bundles four, single-day Lift Tickets that are fully transferable and good for any day of the 22+23 season. Mission: Four’dable quad packs are sold in two pricing tiers: Tier 1 is good through November 28, 2022, $259+tax, and Tier 2 runs through December 19, 2022, at $299+tax.


Jay Peak is a four-season resort in Northern Vermont, near the Canadian border and about 60 miles north of Burlington. Featuring over 485 acres of on and off-piste skiing and snowboarding terrain, Jay Peak is serviced by nine lifts, including Vermont’s only aerial tram, and is hailed as having some of the best gladed terrain in the East. Amenities also include a year-round indoor waterpark, an indoor ice arena, an extensive recreation center, multi-purpose athletic fields, and an 18-hole championship golf course. The resort is best known for its 356 inches of average annual snowfall, which is the snowiest east of the Rocky Mountains, and a wide range of accommodations, dining options, and unique events catering to all types of visitors.


Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. is a geographically diversified international resort operating company based in Park City, Utah whose portfolio includes Wintergreen Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Wisp Resort in the Appalachian Mountains of western Maryland, Ragged Mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Mt. Washington Alpine Resort in the Beaufort Mountain Range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Jay Peak Resort in the Green Mountains of northern Vermont, and Powderhorn Mountain Resort on the Grand Mesa of western Colorado. Among the resorts, there are over 3,885 acres of ski terrain, 99 holes of golf, lift served mountain biking, ZipTours, canopy tours, aerial challenge courses, an indoor waterpark, multiple aquatic and activity centers, an ice arena, extensive lodging accommodations, dining options, and two full-service spas. For more information on PGRI, please visit www.pgri.us.