The recreational skiing business started pumping out snow Wednesday in preparation of opening next weekend.
Paoli Peaks typically offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing each year from mid-December to mid-March.
The ski business closed temporarily because of weather conditions Monday.
Cold and snowy weather are the ideal conditions for a local ski resort.
It was a short season for ski resorts in Indiana. Paoli Peaks is closed and Perfect North Slopes has "suspended" its operations this season.
Paoli Peaks opened on New Year's Eve during their last ski season.
The popular Indiana skiing destination didn't open until New Year's Eve in 2014 because of warm weather.
Paoli Peaks originally planned to open December 13, but temperature prevented the slopes from making snow.
Paoli Peaks officials say they expect the snow and cold temperatures will bring in considerably more business than they had last year.
How low the temperatures drop over the next few days will determine whether Paoli Peaks can open Saturday.