Activity & Snow Report
|Date & Time:||Nov 19, 2015 - 7:56 am||Natural Snow:||0 cm|
|Status:||Closed||# of Lifts Open:||0 / 5|
|Surface Conditions:||Closed||# of Trails Open||0 / 11|
|0 / 1||Average Base||0 cm|
|Winter Disc Golf:||Closed||Snowmaking in Last 24 Hours||No|
|Littlefoot (Magic Carpet Lift)||Closed|
|Tenderfoot (Double Chairlift)||Closed|
|North (Quad Chairlift)||Closed|
|Apple Bowl (Triple Chairlift)||Closed|
|Bearfoot (Magic Carpet Lift)||Closed|
The snow & activity report is updated daily based on the conditions at Chicopee. As the weather changes throughout the day, so do the conditions of the hill.
New Powder – More than 5 cm new snow with no significant drifting. Ungroomed and untracked at opening time.
Packed Powder – Machine packed after a fresh fall, no time limit, providing the surface does not become hard.
Machine Groomed Powder – Conditioned with the power tiller or powder maker, etc. to provide a relatively loose uniform surface.
Hard Pack – Very dense, hard surface, even after grooming with powder maker. (Surface fluff covers real base)
Frozen Granular – Solid, crusty, textured surface. Refrozen corn.
Machine Groomed Granular – Loose, uniform surface or granular snow created by machine grooming frozen granular or hard pack.
Wet Snow – Snow which is moist, heavy and sticky and which clings together when compacted.
Icy – Large areas of hard ice or after freezing rain storm. A ski pole will not penetrate or stand supported by the surface alone.
Corn Snow – When temperature is above freezing and corn snow is loose, not packing.
Spring Conditions – Temperature is above 5C, granular snow. Any amount of bare areas provided more than 50% of skiable terrain is open, and runs are skiable more than 6 meters wide at narrowest point on every run.