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Jay Peak Sold to Resort President and Investors

Immediate plans call for new lifts, improved snowmaking and evolution of resort infrastructure totaling more than $100 million in capital improvements over the next several years.

The Big Cheese

Travel East

Vermont is home to sharp edges—and even sharper cheeses. Both are key ingredients for a successful Green Mountain ski trip.

Little Gem: Valley High

Travel East

Burlington's backyard playground mingles scenery, slopeside lodging and family-friendly terrain at prices that please the frugal New Englander.

Manchester,Vermont

Mountain Life

An old-money mecca boasts shopping, schools and snow-not necessarily in that order.

Ski East Update: January 2001

Features

News from around the East region.

From the SKIING Ticker

Travel

News, views, and previews from the world of skiing.

2001 Number 18 Resort in the East: Jay Peak, Vt.

Travel

Tucked away hard by the Canadian border, Jay Peak reminds you a bit of Jackson Hole, Wyo. There's the tram, of course. And both resorts are a bit hard to get to, but well worth the trip.

November Blizzard Hits Vermont

News

A snowstorm has dropped up to three feet of snow on several ski resorts, and it is expected to blow all night. Opening day may even come sooner than expected for some areas.

Snow Guns Fire In Pennsylvania

News

Thanks to cold weather, ski areas in Pennsylvania have just started up their snowmaking systems, and opening days are soon to follow.

Eastern Areas Enjoy Record Presidents' Weekend

News

Thanks to great snow conditions and sunny skies, New England ski resorts enjoyed record-setting skier numbers over the Presidents' Weekend holiday.

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