Didn't stay at the hotel, but it looked good from visiting inside, and the 2 restaurants we ate at were nice.....BUT
Coming from the 'Echoland' area via bus took over an hour journey after seeing 40cm+ on their facebook page. We were so excited and couldn't wait, but they closed the whole resort due to avalanche alert - most disappointing, considering that other resorts leave it to the individual to ride within their limits and take appropriate safety gear into backcountry areas.
It seems like this is their pattern with fresh snow from following their posts and status updates for a few weeks, where other resorts will open gates and waive responsibility, they get a whiff of new snow and close the place. Not much fun if you are prepared and willing to go backcountry skiing.
If the stars and the moon and the sun align, and you get a good powder day and they open, It would be a lot of fun there....
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