Mt. St. Louis Moonstone, ON

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5 thoughts on “Mt. St. Louis Moonstone, ON

  1. Derek Hull February 25, 2022 / 9:51 pm

    Being an occasional skier at Mount St. Louis I have always been amazed at the uphill capacity for a relatively small resort. For fun, I created a stat: uphill capacity per hour divided by the acreage of the resort. Picking a small sample: Whistler has a value of 7.6 people per hour per acre; Blue Mountain (which is a very high capacity resort in its own right) has a value of 57.7 and Mount St Louis has a whopping value of 120 people hour. Does any one know of resorts with similar uphill capacities?

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    • Donald Reif February 25, 2022 / 10:00 pm

      Tremblant’s somewhere around 38 people per hour per acre (guesstimating).

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    • awconrad February 26, 2022 / 7:20 pm

      I just checked on some midwest and southeast hills since they usually have a lot of lifts/trail, and I found Mt Kato in MN, Boston Mills/Brandywine in OH, Snowstar in IL, and App. Ski Mt. in NC all have an uphill capacity per hour/acreage of over 200.

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    • Matt January 11, 2023 / 6:34 pm

      MSLM can get insanely busy, especially on weekends and holidays. All 4 Six-Packs can be stacked full almost all day during the busy season. Louis side parking lot is typically full by 11am on most weekends now, forcing people over to the Moonstone side.

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  2. kiroro March 11, 2022 / 5:05 pm

    any pictures of old Stretcher triple?

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