Close to home
Expensive and Lots of rocks on trails
Coming from the Midwest I am used to skiing poor quality, so called resorts. The whole atomosphere was a turn off, rude parking attendents that looked like they just got out of rehab. You have to walk up a road that's packed full of cars, as angry motorists beep horns at you as you attempt to get to the top of the hill.. Only to find that the lift tickets are absurdly priced at near Colorado quality parks, $55 half day was way to much in my opinion, it truly should have been more around the $25-30 dollar range for the quality of skiing. The slopes were rock infested, and new snowboarders are in abundance. So watch yourself, I was hit three times and knocked over once by out of control boarders. The whole place lives up to it's Vegas, over priced name. I would advise heading a couple of hours north to Utah for more value and quality skiing.
A couple of good things to mention, I loved the panty and bead tree, the mogals under the lifts were decent and the freestyle run was fun.