- Overall Rating 4
- Family Friendly 4
- All-Mtn. Terrain 3
- Terrain Park 4
- Nightlife 3
Pros: They have some trails with snow...
Cons: Wish they had some more, they have so much more mountain!
Recommended For: Singles, Family Friendly, Empty Nesters
Date Visited: Jan 1, 2011
First off, go during the week and get there right when they open. You'll have the mountain to you and a few others until 10ish at least. Buy your lift ticket in advance or at the lower lodge (if they are open), and then park at the bottom by the lower quad. This is by far the most convenient access point and no one is parked down there during the week. 20 steps from your car to the snow. Do not rent from Camelback!! Just stop at The Loft on the main access road on your way to the mountain, way cheaper, easier, and usually more solid rentals. Go on Camelbacks website and look at all of their deals, they always have good options for triple tickets and multi day passes. If it's getting crowded just go to the upper quad and stick to the blacks and two blue trails right in the middle of the mountain. They don't connect to any greens so you won't have to knock anyone over on your way down. Don't take a lunch break, ski until 1 and get outta there while everyone comes back for the afternoon sesh.