Jay Peak | Mountain Statistics

Vermont | United States

Jay Peak Statistics Overview

Jay Peak has a decent verticle drop of 614 meters / 2014 feet. Has a decent trending 9 meters / 30 feet average annual snowfall. Unfortunately the terrain size in quite small with only 385 acres / 156 hectares. The elevation decent is rather small with 1176 meters / 3858 feet.


Jay Peak Statistics


Average Annual Snow Fall 9 meters
Skiiable Terrain 385 acres
Elevation Peak 1176 meters
Verticle Drop 614 meters
Number of Runs 76
Longest Run 4800 meters
Number of Lifts 8 total
Terrain Expert 40%
Terrain Intermediate 40%
Terrain Begginer 20%
Snow Making yes
Has Night Skiing no
Has Cross Country Skiing yes

Jay Peak Statistics FAQ

How much snow does Jay Peak get?

Jay Peak has an average annual snowfall of 9 meters.

How many acres is Jay Peak?

Jay Peak has 385 acres of skiable terrain.

How high is Jay Peak's peak?

Jay Peak height is 1176 meters at it's peak.

What is vertical drop of Jay Peak?

The vertical drop of Jay Peak is 614 meters from the top to the base of the lifts.

What is vertical drop of Jay Peak?

The vertical drop of Jay Peak is 614 meters from the top to the base of the lifts.

How many runs are in Jay Peak?

In Jay Peak there is a total of 76 runs.

What is the longest run in Jay Peak?

Jay Peak's longest run is 4800 meters in distance.

How many lifts are in Jay Peak?

In Jay Peak there is a total of 8 lifts.

How much expert terrain does Jay Peak have?

There is 40% percent of expert terrain of 385 acres leaving it at a total expert terrain of 10 acres at Jay Peak.

How much intermediate terrain does Jay Peak have?

There is 40% percent of intermediate terrain of 385 acres leaving it at a total intermediate terrain of 10 acres at Jay Peak.

How much begginer terrain does Jay Peak have?

There is 20% percent of beginner terrain of 385 acres leaving it at a total beginner terrain of 190 acres at Jay Peak.