Went up here to see what all the big deal was about with MRM on a NSP event. The lodge is awfully outdated, and the "stained" glass effect is just silly. The terrain I wouldn't go on if I was paid. I can see why they closed down early this year. With the rocks, very large rocks that were scattered all over the slopes were disheartening. You would need atleast 14 inches of base to safety run the cats without banging the blades on the rocks. The terrain is wide. Its not long 350ft is not tall by any means. It's as if Brandywine was flatten out as opposed to being wrapped around a very small hill. The terrian features look fairly good. The rest of the terrain is very exposed. Watch out for ravines, and their prices are way WAY too expensive. But this is a Peak Resort and with Peak, you know who they pander to and what quality your going to get. If the resort was taken in by another company I'm sure it would be better. High prices too much? Thank the crown turd, Mt. Snow. If you want a good experience head to Snowtrails. Its more centrally located, and you get more, SO much more for your buck.