I agree with all the people complaining about the way they run this mountain of late. I have gone there 3 times for a twilight session (cost $35 midweek) and the access to the south peak was closed except to ticket holders.
Also i noticed that they had groomed 3-4 runs that were very nice, and that they closed them to save them for the weekend.We paid for an entire mountain and were only able to access about 15% of it . Full price for 15% of terrain. Would you stand for 15 cents in exchange for $1 in a bank ? In the end we only had a choice of 2-3 short intermediate and expert runs to ski over and over again.
I used to go there years ago and remember a much larger variety of runs open both day and night. They turned off the gondola, closed the sothern sojourn run,and the only people who had access to the south peak were the people with season passes. So bottom line if you are not a season pass holder you really get screwed over .
They have adopted a really stingy business model that maximizes their profits and minimizes your skiing/ snow boarding experience.
Do not give them any more of your money it just reinforces the idea that they can screw the day trippers and get away with it .