We ski primarily on artificial, and last year, they decided that the thing to do is water the snow every day. Once it heats up enough in the morning that they can't make snow, they run the guns for another hour or two. So even though the slope opens at 9, it's barely skiable until around lunch. I understand the reasoning... heavy, wet artificial snow is more durable. That doesn't help the skiing though.
So... I have heavy, wet artificial until around lunch. Then it dries out enough the conditions are actually pretty good until around 4-5. Then the sun starts to go down and it starts to get HARD. It can be like somebody poured a bag of sugar on an ice skating rink. I actually prefer these conditions, because it makes it a lot less crowded from around 6-10.
Is there an all around structure recommendation that would be good for these conditions? Or should I just pick one or two, like find something that works in the afternoon and evening, and give up on the mornings?