Not very crowded most of the time and no lift lines. So, a good day. A couple of things were a bit odd:
- First ski area that had no chocolate milk. Sure, it had hot chocolate, but a Saideman skiing tradition is chocolate milk at the end of the day.
- First ski area not to have donuts or stuff like it. Pastry-less ski morning? Sacre bleu!
- A rare place where the major entrance and chalet is at the top and not the bottom. This was fine except the chalet at the bottom was deceptive--no food served between 10-11--which lulled me into thinking that there would be food around lunchtime. Nope, closed on weekdays I guess.
- No hamburgers/hotdogs/hot sandwiches either. The food was fine, but a different selection from other places I have skied in North America, including places in Quebec.
Oh, and I didn't see any moose on the way to or fro despite/because of the special moose fence along the side of the road.