Ok, so for the vast majority of us, the ski season is in the bag.
All that's left to do is fill the void with summer activities (My go-to is running stand-up jet skis), and of course, BS about how things will be different at out home mountains next year.
At Wolf Creek, a "new" lift is being installed to allow for easier egress out of the Alberta area. Right now, the only way out of Alberta is to take a 1 mile flat traverse. During powder days, you usually cannot maintain speed, meaning to get to kick out most of the way.
The "new" lift is the old Treasure lift that was removed last year. It is a 1983 vintage CTEC triple that will run up the area of the Flim Flam run. In addition to eliminating the bear of a traverse, it should also make Waterfall laps a bit easier, as well as allowing the waterfall area to be opened before the Alberta lift is opened for coverage/snow stability reasons.
I'm looking forward to this lift more than the replacement of Treasure with a high speed lift, even though I came to begrudgingly appreciate the Treasure lift when I found my total vert for a day tripling on days where I mainly used this lift.
Several other new lifts have been proposed, but no formal sign-off on any. I would expect the next lift improvement to be the replacement of the Bonanza Chair with a high speed lift. They also plan to move it upwards on the Ridgeline to eliminate the hike to Exhibition Ridge, which would be mildly cool. No ETA, but I expect it will happen within 3-4 years.
What is your ski area doing?