PAOLI, IN - With the recent blast of Arctic air, Paoli Peaks has been able to make snow in near record quantities. Snow making began at approximately 4:00am Monday morning, and has continued non-stop since then, allowing for heavy snow coverage on the entire resort. The majority of the trails have seen an additional 2 feet of snow from the recent snowmaking efforts, and some areas have seen as much as 5 feet of additional snow. This allows for contours to form on the trails in areas that are typically uniform.
With flurries expected throughout the day today, and accumulating snowfall forecast for Friday morning, Paoli Peaks expects conditions this weekend to be some of the best in recent memory.
"We are taking advantage of the current cold snap to make as much snow as possible. I couldn't ask for better conditions to pump snow out on the trails", says Matt Grenier, Paoli Peaks General Manager.
Paoli Peaks has over 110 Stationary towers & machines.