A lot --- a cubic yard of gravel could weigh around 1500 lbs.
Blue metal crusher dust (volcanic basalt) - approximately 1.5 tonnes/cubic metre.
1 cubic yard = 1.3 tons
1.43 metric tonnes
it weights 1522 kg if it is loose dry gravel, and 2000 kg if it is wet
Pit-run gravel is one type of gravel used in constructing road and other infrastructure. One cubic yard of this gravel typically weights about 2 tons.
It weighs 1 ton. (Cubic meters is a measure of volume, not weight.)
1 cubic yard of clean stone weighs approximately 2,850 lbs
A cubic foot of dry, loose gravel with 1/4" to 2" stones is 105 pounds per cubic foot. So, a cubic yard is that times 27, or 2835 lb. (There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.)
This depends on the size of gravel, the water content of the gravel, and the material composition of the rock used to make the gravel. Typically 1 cu.yd. of gravel wieghs 3000 lb.
Approximatly 2300 Lbs depending on moisture content.