Whatever your feelings are about one of New England's most hard-core ski areas building a 50,000 square foot indoor water park that sucks down gobs of energy to heat a lazy river in one of the coldest nether regions of America, Jay Peak's new Pump House is pretty damn fun... once all the kids have left. While there's a sizable 20-person outdoor hot tub, the amenities for adrenalin-seeking adults don't stop once Jay's Tram stops running for the day. There's an artificial wave you can rip on a mini surfboard and four different water slides including La Chute, a vertical tube that drops guests with hearts pounding for 65 feet, accelerating them to 45 mph before throwing them into a half-inverted 360-degree loop that spits them out into the flats, all in 6 seconds. Make sure to hit it at the end of the night though, as going any earlier will result in being surrounded by so many screaming kids you'll think you're Schwarzenegger's character from Kindergarten Cop. And oh yeah, there's a bar.