Pros: Abundant snow, few rocks, lots of intermediate terrain
Cons: Lack of expert runs, no nightlife, access road is long
The hill is pretty flat on the edges. Think of it as a horseshoe, with the steeps in the middle under the triple chair. There is a wide open bowl in the middle that has one steep drop-off. It used to be scary on 205 GS skis, but on modern powder skis it's a bit of a snooze. The only run that gets my blood flowing now is to turn left at about chair 13 on the triple. That gets you some tasty tree skiing that can be track free even on the weekends.
Milk Run is a superb beginners run, and if you go slightly west of it, there is a crazy little run called Yahoo. It's got lots of wind shaped cornices and wowies, and the kids go nutz in there. The lodge has been unchanged since the last century, and is adequate on all but the most crowded weekends. If you come into the parking lot and see school buses, you know tables will be scarce in the lodge! If you're looking for hairy steeps, go elsewhere. If you want to take a family of intermediates or beginners to a fun hill, look no farther.