Not sure this is the right way to solve the problem, but keep reading.
The hill I go to most often is a small one that's only 20 minutes drive away, but the down side of being so close to the city is there are tons of beginners, especially little kids. The place is small enough that there are really only two greens and one blue that's half decent, and for some reason people (and instructors) just love to bring little kids who can barely stand on skis directly to the only blue run instead of green.
this wouldn't be much of a problem if they stay on the side, but people love to send their kids traversing almost direct horizontally across the slope. At times going down the slope I feel I'm playing real life frogger trying to go between all the kids going from one side to the other.
Now the problem is sometimes I'm in the middle of a carve and suddenly see a little kid going directly into my path. I'm in the stage where I have little control over my direction, and that kid obviously isn't going to change his. If impact is imminent I would rather fall than crash into the kid, 200 lbs vs. 50 lbs generally doesn't favor him. I am however at the stage where I'm good enough to have instinct that keep me on my feet, but not good enough to consciously change that quick enough if I want to. So the question is, would falling intentionally be the best solution here? If so, how, if not, what is the best solution?