Tram Haus Lodge Summer180 person Alice's Table Restaurant, VT Farm to Table FoodTram Haus LobbySki-in, ski-out lodging and on hill dining at Jay Peak Resort.Most snow in Eastern North America, 377 inches annuallySelf contained resort with centralized amenitiesLuxury accommodations with a very Vermont feel

Tram Haus Lodge at Jay Peak Resort & Conference Center - Jay Resort: Northern Vermont Resort, VT

Tram Haus Lodge at Jay Peak Resort & Conference CenterJay, VT
Jay Peak Resort has just completed $300 million of expansion showcased by "The Pump House," 50,000 square ft. indoor water park; a 18 Hole Championship Golf Course with new Clubhouse, the Ice Haus Arena; an NHL sized indoor ice arena for hockey, curling and skating, a 350 person state of the art conference center and brand new on mountain accommodations highlighted by the Tram Haus Lodge, a 57 suite luxury slopeside hotel including studios, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom suites. Self catering with fireplaces and living areas, these suites are located a mere few steps from the aerial Tram to mountain summit, 2 quad lifts and beginner surface lift and learning area. The ski and snowboard rental shop is conveniently located here as well. The hotel includes a cafe-(Aroma), the superb apres ski option-Tower Bar, and a restaurant with a Vermont Farm to Table menu (Alice's Table).

The Tram Haus Lodge seeks to make its guests really feel, see, and taste the region, the Northeast Kingdom in Northern Vermont.The decor througout the Lodge features old tram cable used throughout the hotel on exterior deck railing, signage, the lobby chandelier and floor lamps, and toe kicks in the Tower Bar.

Chairlift towers and sheave wheels from the old Green Mountain chair are incorporated in the very popular apres ski venue; The Tower Bar. The barnboard tables in Alice's Table were created by local carpenter Luke Hardy (Montgomery, VT) from reclaimed barn wood from neighboring towns of Franklin county.

Locally manufactured maple hardwood furniture by Lyndon Furniture (Lyndon, Vermont).

Wool throw blankets included in the units were manufactured by Johnson Woolen Mills (Johnson, VT).

Jay Peak Resort is a now a premier four season destination and is the perfect setting for corporate/conference events and meeting space, destination weddings, group golf outings, destination hockey tournaments, school trips to the massive indoor water park, and fall foliage viewing. With a large bed base, new attractions, 6 restaurants, spa, cafes, and summer music series, Jay Peak Resort is becoming the premier New England destination.

The Pump House Water Park opened in December 2011, and features one of the few indoor Aqua Loops in the country, "La Chute," a 60 ft drop into a sideways 360 degree loop into a 40 mph run out, activity river, double barrel Flow Rider for surfing, numerous other slides and pools, and full bar and food court. Day groups welcome as well.

The golf course, designed by world renowned architect Graham Cooke, has been Ranked #1 Public Course in Vermont by Golf Week Magazine. Just shy of 7,000 yards from the tips, it is never short on challenge, but with generous fairways, massive greens, and no blind shots, this gem nestled at the base of the Green Mountains offers a superb golf experience for all and is rivaled by few courses in the region.

The NHL sized indoor Ice Haus Arena plays host to dozens of hockey tournaments from Squirt/Atom, Pee Wee and Bantam, to Junior and Olympic Level of competition. In April of 2012, Jay Peak Resort played host to the Canadian, Slovakian, and Swedish National Women's Hockey Teams prior to the World IIHF Championships in Burlington, Vermont. The arena is state of the art, and with all of Jay Peak's other large amenities, is becoming a popular hockey tournament destination.

The one thing that hasn't changed at Jay Peak Resort is that the mountain averages the most snow in Eastern North America, around 377 inches annually. It has been the last resort in the East to close the past three seasons.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Childcare
  • Children's Programs
  • Cottages
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Exercise Room
  • Family Friendly
  • Fireplaces
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Health Club Facility
  • Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
  • In-Room TV
  • Indoor Pool
  • Kitchen
  • Lakes & Mountains
  • Laundry
  • Live Entertainment
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Romantic
  • Spa
  • Transportation Service
  • Valet Parking
  • Wireless Internet Access


  • Biking
  • Covered Bridge Tours
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Cultural Activities
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Ice Skating
  • Indoor Water Park
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rock climbing
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Surfing


Alice's Table is named after Alice Lewis who worked at Jay Peak during the Walter Foeger years (1956-1968). She was the front office manager and a tireless worker handling everything from accounting and marketing to budgeting, parking and payroll. She embodied the Jay Peak character in everything she did and even ran a de facto boarding house for Jay Peak workers just across the road from the mountain. On many nights, she'd make dinner and invite those staying with her to join together. In that spirit, we've named this restaurant Alice's Table, and keep one table open, each night, so that folks can gather around, have dinner and share stories. Alice was always a behind the scenes talent and didn't ever want the light on her. We're happy to have the opportunity to share her story and welcome you to her Table.

For reservations call 802.327.2323

Tower Bar draws it's name from the chairlift towers and sheave wheels from the Green Mountain Chair that were used to fabricate the four tower seating fixtures in the Tower Bar. James Vaillancourt of Enosburg, VT modified the towers and created the steelwork and the wood surfaces of the custom Tower Bar fixtures were reclaimed lattice bridge truss planks from the Hopkins Bridge on the Montgomery/Enosburg town line, created and installed by Luke Hardy of Montgomery, VT.

Tower Bar is open daily from 11:00am to 9:00pm.  We've got a range of beer on tap and bottled, as well as the following specialty drinks (availability may be limited to season):

Bacon infused bourbon, Vermont maple syrup, Angostura bitter

Silver tequila, Triple Sec, lime juice,simple syrup, splash of OJ.

Currently, Aroma is open from 8:00am to 1:30pm for any of your caffeine or baked goods needs. Aroma is located next to the retail shop in the Tram Haus Lodge on the slope side of the mountain in front of the Flyer Quad.

The Clubhouse Grille, our newest food & beverage option, is located in the new Clubhouse building, sort of below where the Ice Haus arena sits.  Through May 14th, when the course is expected to open, Clubhouse will be closed Monday-Wednesday; open for lunch Friday - Sunday 11am 'til 9pm, and dinner Thursday - Sunday  5:30 'til 9pm.  Click through the links at right for sample lunch and dinner menus. 

Call (802) 988-2770 for reservations. 



830 Jay Peak Road
Jay, VT  05859



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Meetings Capacity: 350
Meetings Guestrooms: 57

No matter how you define a group, we've got you covered. From big family gatherings, reunions, and celebrations to school trips, birthdays and corporate outings, Jay Peak helps you remember what you love about +skiing and snowboarding vacations. Multiple–foot snowstorms. Big fieldstone fireplace. Deep snows. Broom Ball Games. Guided Snowshoe Tours. Genuine experiences are getting harder and harder to come by these  days. Come experience a Jay Peak Group vacation this season. We're different, you'll see.

This winter there's even more to do as a group. The Pump House Indoor Water Park and the with The Ice Haus (ice arena).  provide indoor activity options along with Alpine and Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. We'll be glad to help coordinate your event, whether it is a hockey game, curling, a water park event or an on-snow event.

To qualify for Group rates, your group needs to have a minimum of 20 paid participants. The minimum requirement applies to both Destination and Day Groups.

Jay Peak offers one complimentary lift ticket for every 20 paid guests in a day group. The same ratio applies to Destination Groups for lift & lodging packages. (21st, 42nd, 63rd, etc.)

Groups of 20 or more paid participants save money on lift ticket, rentals, group lessons, pizzas for the bus, Nordic skiing, by making one purchase and one payment through a group leader. The one large order simplifies the process for you and your group, and is much faster to process at the Group Sales Center. Our goal is to get you to out on the snow, so you can enjoy your day.

Here are some helpful reminders when planning your Group Trip:

Plan in advance. Trying to get thing organized last minute will increase your stress level. At Jay Peak, our goal is to help you reduce your stress level and have fun.

For all Day and Destination Group Trips, the Group leader is responsible for handling the order, and making the payments as scheduled for your group.

For all Day Group Trips, please call in advance, so we can prepare for your arrival. If you know when you are coming, call or email us at least 1-2 weeks prior to your trip date, so we can help you organize and coordinate your day(s).

All Day Group ticket orders must be paid for upon arrival, prior to receiving lift tickets and rental and group lesson vouchers.

For Destination (overnight) Group vacations, please contact a Group Sales person as early as possible to arrange all your needs.

For all Destination Group inquiries and to make reservations, please contact the group sales department:

For all Canadian based destination leisure groups please contact Rob Vosinek at 802-327-2212 or

For all U.S. based destination leisure groups, please contact: Amber O'Donnell, 802-327-2579 or

For all Day Group inquiries and bookings for the Water Park, Ice Haus, or Ski Day Groups, please contact the Group Sales team at 802-988-2765 or email at


Weddings Guestrooms: 57

Are there wedding bells in your future? We'll put as much heart and soul into planning your day as you do.  Jay Peak is a beautiful setting for a memorable day, surrounded by a weekend full of family, friends and fun.  We're looking forward to working with you to plan your wedding weekend, from pre-wedding events like a golf outing or a skate party at the Ice Haus, to a Sunday Brunch before you depart on your new life together.

We offer an extensive range of facilities for weddings great and small. Elevation 4000' with its breathtaking view is the perfect spot for your ceremony. Or, for something more down to earth picture your ceremony at our trout pond, with stunning views up the mountain and down the valley.

For your reception, we have three signature locations:
1. The International Restaurant accommodates up to 300 people
2. Alice's Table in the Tram Haus Lodge accommodates up to 150 people
3. Our new Clubhouse and outdoor party area (tent covered) – opening spring of 2011 accommodates up to 100 people.

Book your wedding at Jay Peak and receive a complimentary stay on your wedding night, in one of our 1-bedroom suites in the Tram Haus Lodge.

To start your wedding planning at Jay Peak, please contact Group Sales at 802-988-2765 or

Jay Peak is a wonderful place to gather with old friends or family for a reunion.  Whether you are planning a Summer or Winter reunion, Jay Peak is ready to work with you to plan a fun and relaxing location for your event(s).  For reunions of 20 to 300 we have lodging and event space to meet your needs and interests. Here's a partial list of activity ideas for your reunion: curling, golfing, skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, tram rides, BBQs, ice skating parties, alumni challenge hockey games, curling and more.

To start your reunion planning, contact us at 802-988-2765 or by email at


Number of Rooms: 57

The Tram Haus Lodge includes 57 studio, 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom suites and is located mere steps from the Tram and Flyer Quad. The hotel includes a spa (Taiga), a coffee shop (Aroma), bar (Tower Bar), and restaurant (Alice's Table). Sure it's shiny and new and wonderful but more importantly, we think, it includes thoughtful details that make it more Jay Peak:

-Old Tram cable is used throughout the hotel - on exterior deck railing, signage lobby chandelier and floor lamps, and toe kicks in the Tower Bar.
-Chairlift towers and sheave wheels from the old Green Mountain chair incorporated in the Tower Bar.
The barnboard tables in Alice's Table were created by local carpenter Luke Hardy (Montgomery, VT) from reclaimed barn wood from neighboring towns of Franklin county.
-Locally manufactured maple hardwood furniture by Lyndon Furniture (Lyndon, Vermont).
-Wool throw blankets included in the units were manufactured by Johnson Woolen Mills (Johnson, VT).

There are literally dozens of other examples that weave Jay Peak and its local community into the new Tram Haus Lodge. Yeah, it's a shiny new hotel but it's got a uniquely Jay Peak story.