I'm not a seasoned snowboarder (Green dot) but I must say that this place is not bad at all. I visited late in the season (end of March 2013) and the snow was a little hard in certain areas. On the easy rider hill, they groomed the hill which made it harder to dig a rail as the snow started to 'harden' up. It was almost like riding on cement when I fell a couple of times. But it was a good "easy" hill as it was wide and had a good elevation slope. Needless to say, I left the place battered and bruised.
I did go down the Sugar & Spice run which I thought was a little more challenging for a beginner like me. The run had proper signs posted in the areas to follow. Ski patrol representatives go down each run to ensure patrons are ok on the hill. The only thing that I didn't like about the run was where it merged with the more advanced runs. The intersection area I thought were dangerous in a sense that there were other skiers/snowboards flying it down with no regards even though there are "slow down" signs in the area.
I also lost a shoe and my shades on the run and went to check with the Lost and Found Security, they said nothing was turned in. Well, two days later, I went back to the mountain and checked again and the very helpful girl immediately knew what I was talking about and promptly returned the belongings to me. How nice was that?
Overall, I think this is a great place for beginners/intermediate boarders. if you get up to the peak of the mountain, the runs are about 15 - 20 mins long. The staff on-site was very helpful and knowledgable. The rental shop was on point. Nothing really bad to say about this place.