I had a great time at Snowbasin in Feb. Like other resorts, they don't put their snowguns away for the night to satisfy the needs of people who overski their ability and vision. I was there when the top of the mountain was in a cloud and the visibility was near zero. Guess what? I slowed down and skied within my ability to stop and within the limitations imposed by the mountain. I did notice a MediVac helicopter while I was having an excellent lunch at the top of the mountain on 12th of Feb. I think my question about what happened has been answered.
Because of that, I'll be able to go back and won't have to whine about my hospital stay and about how stupid they are for my mistake. See back of any lift ticket and/or trail map for more info:
"skiing is inherently risky and the user assumes all liability, blah,blah etc,etc."