Drawing on the energy of a rock band and the Laurel Canyon songwriting of the ‘70s, The Lil Smokies are reimagining their approach to roots music on Tornillo, named for the remote Texas town where the album was recorded. They have performed at Red Rocks, LOCKN’, High Sierra, Telluride, Bourbon & Beyond and more, and this winter they join us in the Foeger Ballroom at Jay Peak.
The Jay Peak Provisions General Store offers everything you’ll need for your stay and then some. Inside you will find groceries, wine and a walk-in beer cave as well as our full service deli for fresh meats and cheeses, subs, salads and pasta dishes. Beyond food items, Provisions is stocked with Jay Peak apparel, outerwear and other useful gear. As if food, gear and supplies aren’t enough, the gift shop portion of the store will be sure to catch your eye and have you browsing before long.
Welcome to the top of Vermont.
At the highest point on Route 242 there is a parking lot and the Jay Peak trail head across the street. It’s 1.7 miles to hike up the Long Trail to the summit, including rocky scrambles, a mixed forest and a steep last stretch that spits out onto a ski trail. The summit is bare rocks with a 360° view of Mount Mansfield, Lake Champain, The White Mountains and Canada. Grab a snack and drink at the Sky Haus Deli (restrooms available) before climbing back down or continuing out to Big Jay.
We are Rated 5 Stars by Yahoo Traveler and Hotel Guide, the Jay Village Inn exhibits the best of what Vermont has to offer, natural beauty, outstanding food, and northern generosity. There is a wonderful mix of warmth, enthusiasm, and hospitality. Our restaurant is rated #1 in Jay Peak Area. We are now serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and are open 7 days a week!
Also providing rooms for road weary guests. Stay And Golf, Ski, And Swim packages available.
Detailing the happenings in and around the Phineas Swann Bed & Breakfast Inn, Vermont’s most romantic and pet-friendly B&B. Located in Montgomery Center, just 7 miles from Jay Peak Ski Resort, the Phineas Swann offers luxury accommodations and obsessive customer service, as well as the best breakfasts using local sourcing.
Located in Montgomery Center, VT the Blue Bike Cafe shares a space with the Jay Cloud Cyclery in an historic downtown landmark building. Claim a swivel stool at the marble top counter for a strong cup of locally brewed coffee and homemade pastry, or find a seat near the wood stove to enjoy a Vermont craft beer and hearty lunch plate. We offer a variety of breakfast creations, soups, sandwiches, and salads to choose from.