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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Jay Peak/ Smugglers' Notch Vermont

We are thinking of checking out either Smuggler's Notch or Jay Peak. We have been to Stowe and Killington before. We just want to go for the weekend.

Is there really that much of a difference between Smugglers/Jay and Stowe/Killington? Is the trip to Smuggler's or Jay Peak worth it? It would be a 6+ hour ride from NYC...

The snow report for Jay/Notch is 20 to 50" even after the storm. We would like to ride some glades but not if the cover is thin. I am learning to ride trees so icy tree runs is not something that I am looking forward to.

Any info/opinions please.

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We are up at Smuggs and have been since Thursday. The storm was awesome and powder was great all weekend. It is fairly blown off by now but we have snow in the forecast. I am a bit disappointed that Smuggs is not opening more trails. There are lots of great trails that are closed. I assume they are saving them for the holiday week but that is lame for those of us that are here this week. I have not been up to Jay Peak this week so cannot compare to there. I kinda wish we went to Stowe as they are willing to make snow to keep 100+ trails open.
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According to a picture I just saw on FB Jay Peak got hit heavy last night. Supposedly 28".
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