Date(s) Skied: Sunday 4/29/12
Resort or Ski Area: Jay Peak, VT
Conditions: "November", with spring conditions lower 200 feet. 30s, sunny, windy.
Felt like an early season day at Jay, with just Jet and Haines, and both becoming extremely slick in the afternoon. Snow was nice PP before 1:30 or so, then really started going downhill after that. The bottom of both trails was potatoes, with lots of dirt and rocks mixed in. Probably about literally an inch of snow to get to the lift on top of packed ice and dirt.
None the less, a fun last day (doesn't even feel like a last day with those temps) with a good turnout. A month ago, getting the season to last to this point seemed impossible. Thanks to the snowmaking in late March and the 18" of cement in mid-April, it turned out to be a good finish. Almost feels good to finally put this season to bed. Although the finish was pretty nice, ready for summer and hopefully a much better winter next year.