Snowmelt means a lot of different things in this part of the world, and for those that have never visited the snow-covered peaks of Snow Mountain National Park, it means a whole new world of snow sports and recreational opportunities.
Snowmilling is the sport of combining a heavy load of snow with a gentle roll on the ice, to form a roll, or a roll-a-die, that allows you to get to the finish line faster.
It is also a popular way of gaining altitude in the summer.
This year’s season was particularly busy, with the season ending on February 16, which is the last day of snowmilling season.
The snow-laden snow and ice is usually deposited on the top of the mountain, and the mountain has to be open to the air to allow for this to happen.
Snowboarding and skiing are also popular sports, but they are not snow-mobilised, and are not required to adhere to the same standards as snow-mobile riding.
Skiing is another sport that requires a snow-biking or snowboard licence.
Both require a minimum of two years experience.
Snowmobiling is a form of snow-shoeing, which involves the use of a snowboard, ski, or snowmobile.
Ski-boarding is a sport where the skiers and riders use a sled to travel up a slope and to the top, with no support equipment or snow equipment, which helps the skier glide and slide down a slope.
Snowmobile-riding is a different sport, where a snowmobile is used for transport and storage of cargo, and riders are used to ride on the back of the vehicle.
Snow-motorcycle riding is similar to snow-mobiling, except it is a motorcycle, and is a much slower sport.
It involves a motorcycle with a trailer attached, but no skis or snowboards.
Snowboard riding is a similar sport to snowmobile riding, except that the rider is riding a snow board instead of a sled.
The first snowmotorcyclist to enter Snow Mountain in 1872 was Sir James Cook.
In 2018, the first snowboarders to ride into the mountain were James Cook and Robert de Vos.
The most recent snowboarder to ride in to Snow Mountain was a woman, Heather Jones.
It has been claimed that snowboarding is now the fastest sport on the planet, although it has never been officially certified as such by the International Snowboard Federation.
In 2017, a couple of years after the first riders to enter the mountain started riding, a snowboarding snowboard was made available for purchase.
In 2019, the last snowboard season began, and snowboarding has been banned in the National Parks of the Northern Territory and the Southern Highlands of Queensland.
The last person to enter into Snow Mountain Park was an English explorer, William Macartney, who made his way to the summit in 1619.
There are currently only seven people in the world who have climbed the mountain in the full-moon night, and that was Sir John Franklin who climbed it in 1806.
Snowmobiles can be rented at most hotels, motels and campgrounds in Snow Mountain, although the majority of hotels do not have a car park for rental, and so have to be provided by the owners.
In the past, people have also used sledding as a form on which to drive into the snow, and it has been used by skiers as a way to speed up the ascent.
There is a snow truck that can be seen parked in the snow at the top and in the middle of the snowmobile, and there is also the snow truck at the bottom of the hill, but the snow vehicle can not be rented as there is no vehicle park.
In 2018, there were eight snowmobile licences issued, but in 2019, a number of operators were fined and one person was disqualified from driving in Snow Mount.
There is currently an on-site snowmobile park at Snow Mountain.
There were two large snowmobile parks, Snow Mount and Snow Lake, and an ice rink and snow-skating rink, respectively.
The Snowmills were built between 1850 and 1900.
They were originally designed to transport cattle, and at some point in the 1860s, one was built to haul a herd of sheep.
In 1924, the Snowmowers were closed to motorised traffic, due to a severe storm.
The park reopened in the 1950s, but was closed again in 1960.
While the Snowmans were closed, a small group of riders travelled from Snowmoth to Snowmower to enjoy the snow.
During the 1980s, a large group of people from Snowmount came to Snowlake to visit the snow machines and the Snowmen, and to enjoy an annual snow-making competition.
A snow-building derby has been held at Snowmoor every spring since 1959.
Last year, an event called