While there, we had 50 degree weather during the day and 25's at night. It made some slopes quite hard (but not Vermont-style ice) the next day but overall, we thought the grooming crew did a good job. Pretty good skiing and it is huge but all of the greens are up mid mountain and most of the blues. I do wish that the trails were marked slightly better, especially on the back of the mountain.
Black diamond and double blue slopes will please experts and the bunny slopes and beginner runs will please the kiddos. Siberia bowl was fantastic as well as Emigrant bowl. There are plenty of signs at the top of the slopes that read "Easiest Way Down" so new skiers can feel comfortable. There was a catch. The easiest way down form K22 was bumped-up blue slope, so it was not for beginners at all and not ‘Easiest Way Down’
For lesser crowd and better slopes, I would suggest take ‘Big Blue’ or ‘Emigrant’ chair to the top and go straight to the back of the mountain. Some lifts are outdated and slow.