The ski mountain has about 40 runs many of them steep and narrow, only a few blue and fewer green. The top is serviced by a good high speed quad with more than enough rider capacity to ski out the hill on a powder day is 3 or 4 hours. A second lift is an older double chair servicing intermediate runs and terrain.
Powder days are not too frequent but if you are lucky to hit one the mountain is a lot of fun on skiis or snowboard. More often the runs get hard packed and icy. Hardly ever are there lift line-ups, usually ski right onto the lift.
Overall worth going to, especially if it is snowing. Usually fair conditions Christmas to closing in early April.
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