Jay Peak

As you drive north on Vermont’s fabled skier’s highway, Route 100, quaint white steeple churches and town centers give way to the flat, wind-swept farmland of the Northeast Kingdom. Herein stands Jay Peak, a place of rugged quirkiness rather than Green Mountain quintessence. Famous for its abundant snowfall, steep glades, and backcountry access, the mountain has long attracted a loyal, if limited, following. Read more here. —Tim Fater

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