Lifts, Food, Price, Snow, Terrain, Moguls, Passageways
None off the top of my head
When I went it was right after a large storm in Connecticut which was probably why there was so much powdered snow. It as groomed just the right amount, I loved how the people that came down before you created the way the snow was. It was almost like powdery moguls. I blew through many piles of accumulative snow. Here is a funny little anecdote, It was early in the day and I went down a double black that was barely touched, I flew off a mogul into a 2 foot bank of snow, it took me like 10 minutes to get out, still it was funny. The lifts were fast, the prices were average, food was good, I got a wrap. I liked all the passageways through the left side of the mountain, this one pathway took you through trees into, full of bumps and turns, the powder let you create your own path too, for this snow again had been barely touched. It was not crowded, but im sure it's packed on a weekend, cause this mountain is perfect. Berkshires are close and great.