Mt. St. Louis Moonstone, ON

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

    any pictures of old Stretcher triple?

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