Litres of maple syrup used each year at the festival for maple taffy, a sweet treat made by pouring hot syrup on snow, placing a popsicle stick at one end, and then rolling up the syrup as it cools.
The year Léo La Tuque — a human-sized hat wearing boots and a ceinture fléchée (arrow sash) — became the official mascot.
Height in metres of a 1988 snowman — the tallest snow sculpture made for the festival.
Number of volunteers who help to run the festival.
Number of festival visitors in 2018. More than seventy-five thousand people attended the first festival in 1970.