Snow All Winter Long


So, how much snow can be made in an hour?

Thanks to snowmaking upgrades in the 2019 off-season, we will be able to increase our water flow from 4,500 to 7,300 gallons per minute! Which means, at the ideal snowmaking conditions of a 20 degree wet bulb...

  • We pump up to 7,300 gallons of water per minute
  • Each gallon of water weighs 8.33 lbs
  • Multiply the two (gals per min X weight) you get 60,809 lbs of water being turned into snow per minute
  • Divide that number by 2,000 (# of pounds in a ton) you get 30.4 tons of snow per minute
  • Multiply that by 60 (minutes per hour) that's 1,824 tons of snow per hour!