I've skied here from time to time for the last 30 years. The ski term boiler plate was invented here as when Todd Mountain (the old name before it got rebranded) occasionaly got snow, the next day the wind blew it all away and one would be back to skiing hard, hard snow, ice and rocks. If you are a beginner and have a big budget and a family, it's ok but if you want good snow, go to where they don't spend a huge ad budget telling you how great it is. I've finally given up on it's lousey weather and conditions at Sunpeaks. If you are a high level skier, sharpen those edges and prepare for a day of very fast sking as that's the only way to make it interesting .