The terrain is great; too bad the mountain isn't somewhere else. We had 1.5 days of nice skiing and 3.5 of I-can't-see-my-feet. The snow was soggy except at the very top, even though it was midwinter. The village was overpriced and bland, and the food was poor, though that is to be expected almost everywhere in Canada.
But the worst part was the border process at the airport; you would have thought we were criminals or illegal aliens instead of tourists. I have been to over 30 countries and never been treated so poorly.
Overall, unless you like bad service and soupy snow, better off in Utah or Colorado.