This place is what it is, a small terrain park nestled in the mtns with huge views and small egos. Everyone is great, etiquette is not dead here, and the vibe is just good. If you don't enjoy rails, boxes or jumps, you probably won't have much fun. The staff is always helpful and decent, and the big box resorts could take a lesson from Echo on how to encourage a great atmosphere. It's mostly a young crowd, and they practice respect, unlike too many other ski areas. There's a small bar and cafeteria there, but you don't go for the amenities. A few places to go in Evergreen once you get down from Squaw Pass though. Not alot of green area, and there are better places to learn to ski or board if you're a first timer who's totally inexperienced. If you want to improve your terrain skills, it's a good place to learn and experiment.