snow cannon


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cañón de nieve

snow cannon

n (Skiing) → cannone m per innevamento artificiale
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market to play in bars and lounges, as well as new themed parties such as a fun, weekly "fluo" party (a glow-in-the-dark party), and a "snow" party with a snow cannon.
Artificial snow is currently made by forcing water and pressurized air through a snow gun or snow cannon.
The switch-on with a snow cannon and fireworks is planned for just after 5pm.
Snow is forecast every day thanks to a snow cannon in Discovery Trail, which will blast make-believe snow into the air.
Aleksander Owens-Thurston, 23, flew 43ft through the air and crashed into a metal girder supporting a snow cannon on a "managed" piste.
Visitors will be guaranteed a white Christmas when a snow cannon is used to blast snowflakes into the air while Father Christmas visits.
UNTIL FEBRUARY 2 The Chester Zoo has been transformed into a Frost Fair complete with ice rink, snow cannon and stalls selling local produce.
Half the pistes on the Schmittenhohe are served by snow cannon, and if the weather is too warm, then the Kitzsteinhorn - a 30-minute free bus ride away - rises to over 3,200 metres.
Snow is forecast every day thanks to a snow cannon on the Discovery Trail which blasts make-believe snow into the air.
A SKIER who died when he smashed into a snow cannon drank four bottles of beer before hitting the slopes, an inquest heard yesterday.
A snow cannon, using the latest Hollywood technology, is blasting make-believe snow into the air during the Bewdley park's annual Santa Safari.
While Europe sometimes struggles to keep pistes open, Big White does not have even a single snow cannon.