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Driving from Sugarloaf to Jay Peak

post #1 of 6
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Hi all,

 

Posted in family forum but think it would be better here.

 

School posted next years schedule and Easter break is last week of Marchgoing into the first week of Apr. So I would like to take the boys for several days skiing at SL, then drive over and do a few days at Jap Peak. Anyone recommend a driving route? How long would it take?

 

Thanks

 

post #2 of 6

its 5 hours from Burlinton to WATERVILLE, ME . not carrabasset valley. waterville is an hour from the loaf so its probably either 4 hours or 6 hours. sorry i cant help. im just going off of what a friend at uvm told me. if you get up to the loaf and need someone to show you around, give me a shout

post #3 of 6

From Stowe it takes me about 4 1/2 to get to Sugarloaf. I'd expect the same for Jay. The quicker way id the Northern route through Rangeley, nit the Southern route past Sunday River. Watch out for moose and deer. They are a plague up there.

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From Stowe it takes me about 4 1/2 to get to Sugarloaf. I'd expect the same for Jay. The quicker way id the Northern route through Rangeley, nit the Southern route past Sunday River. Watch out for moose and deer. They are a plague up there.


plague? dont you mean easy dinner?

post #5 of 6

Hey,

 

I live in Ottawa and I've been to the loaf and Jay many times - where is your starting point?

post #6 of 6
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jersey

 

I'm thinking heading down to Rt 2 and over to 91, avoid the local rds as much as possible

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