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Jay Peak 2014 discount trip

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Hello fellow skiers:

 

Our ski club in NH has a trip to Jay Peak VT  in Jan-- a really good deal.  We need a few more skiers to fill some open spots.

 

Summary:  Jan26 to 31 2014       $565

5 nights lodging at Jay 2 bedroom condos

6 day lift ticket

2or3 club parties with food and drink included

Includes Jay Peak season ticket good till spring closing(no blackouts)

 

and we have a good deal on where to stay a mile from the mountain when we go back up in Feb, March, and April.

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Hello Skiers

 

Well- nobody from Epic replied to our ski trip awesome deal. But- we now have 25 folks going on the Jay trip in a couple weeks. I just checked their website and see they got 110" of snow so far this season. Not bad for the east. I checked Snowbird and they have about the same.

 

Well- got to get back to my Big Sky trip planning.  I love my new Rossi soul7

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I like your dates better, but the EICSL clubs get that same deal in mid-December but for $440.

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Originally Posted by Skimannh View Post
 

Hello Skiers

 

Well- nobody from Epic replied to our ski trip awesome deal. But- we now have 25 folks going on the Jay trip in a couple weeks. I just checked their website and see they got 110" of snow so far this season. Not bad for the east. I checked Snowbird and they have about the same.

 

Well- got to get back to my Big Sky trip planning.  I love my new Rossi soul7

What you should know and probably do is that Jay lists the snow totals but doesn't mention that most of the 110" has melted.  You really can only tell jay's conditions by trail found.  Once they start getting more than half their trail total open you know they have enough natural snow to open some glades.  While they don't lie about conditions they don't quite give you the unvarnished truth... you have to watch the weather reports.  I hope you guys get some snow; you do have a good deal.

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