It’s a fact. Vermont lays claim to having the highest percentage of terrain covered anywhere in the country. Green Mountain State snowmakers can pump out more than 40 feet of snow in a single hour – enough to fill either Giant or Gillette NFL Stadiums. Here’s just one example: Okemo, in Ludlow, has long specialized in laying down a quality surface, once advertising its snowmaking prowess tongue-in-cheek as “Guns and Hoses,” their version of the 80s hard rocking band. They back it all up with 600 acres of snowmaking terrain, more than 1,100 tower guns, and a 70-foot deep snowmaking water reservoir that holds 155 million gallons of water. So, no need to depend on it falling hard from the skies – though it still might. You’ll find plenty of real snow shot from guns for skiing and riding your way through the holidays.