The resort itself is very nice, trails are well mantained, restaurants are good and restrooms are shining. But it is so expensive and overpricd for very icy conditions. Watch out for rainfalls, when it happens it will ruin your whole week, since it gets colder later and everything becomes a huge ice block. Moreover, the place is a beginner nightmare, since many of the green trails are kept closed. It was january and I had basically 2 very icy green trails at Spruce, and I don't need to tell how bored I became. The so annnouced snowmaking system is limited to some double diamond runs, beginners and intermediates are truly disrespected for the price they pay. Lessons are good, but nothing out of this world. Rentals (one of the most expensive of the country) are confusing and weird, if you rent multiple days they let you store your skis but not your boots that are rented together! What's the point of it? Plus the whole resort is staffed by south american college students, like many resorts in US, that are there primarly to travel and have fun rather than work. So be prepared for untrained kids taking care of your rentals, lift lines and food. I'm going west next time and not spending my time and money there.