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Granite Peak

Granite Peak

Overall
Overall PAF Score

Overall
Rank

209

Rank in
Region

11

Rank in
State

1

Best time for snow at
Granite Peak
Snow quality compared w/
rest of North American resorts
Last 10 Days of Snowfall at Granite Peak

Powder
Forecast

Powder Forecast
Wednesday
Day
0"
Night
0-1"
Thursday
Day
0"
Night
0"
Friday
Day
0"
Night
0"
Saturday
Day
0"
Night
0"
Sunday
Day
0"
Night
0"
True Snow: 75" per year
Snow Quality Rank

194

Accounts for resorts' snow quantity, moisture content, latitude, elevation, and slope aspects.

Dump Potential Rank

176

Granite Peak is ranked No. 176 in North America for its total snowfall during an average season.

Historical Powder Odds
Daily Lottery

% of days with more than 6" of snow

8.0%

Extended Stay

% of months with more than 90" of snow

3.0%

Drought Threat

% of months with less than 30" of snow

55.0%

*Special thanks to Tony Crocker and Bestsnow.net.

Dump Potential Rank

176

Granite Peak is ranked No. 176 in North America for its total snowfall during an average season.

Snow
Quality
Rank

194

Accounts for resorts' snow quantity, moisture content, latitude, elevation, and slope aspects.

Total Snow Score

This score accounts for total snow quantity, its moisture content, the resort's latitude, elevation, and its slope aspects, which affect total snow preservation.

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Core Strengths of Granite Peak

Core Strengths
Travel Ease
rank
117
score
42.1
Snow Volume
rank
176
score
36.6
Snow Quality
rank
194
score
24.6

Trail Breakdown

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Vertical Drop

700 ft

1924 ft
Base Elevation: 1242 ft

Slope Aspects

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A few words on the Snow at Granite Peak

Granite Peak has no detail snow data, but we accept the published average of 75 inches snowfall, due to its central Wisconsin location.

Accumulation and Preservation

Granite Peak's cold climate facilitates early season snowmaking. Rain is about as frequent as in the Northeast but rarely as intense. The limited acreage can be more easily restored with snowmaking and grooming than at larger and steeper areas in the Northeast. Relatively flat Midwest ski terrain will routinely melt/freeze in warm weather or March sun.