So I recently moved to Utah, and a friend is coming out next week to ski for four days. We plan on hitting Snowbird, Snowbasin, Solitude, and one of the Park City resorts (likely Canyons). I have been to Snowbasin a few times, and Solitude once years ago, but haven't been to Snowbird or any of the PC resorts. I want to maximize our time on the mountains. I recently read an article about an itinerary for spending a weekend in New York City; an article where it says see this area of the city first, have lunch in this area, spend the afternoon at this tourist area, etc. It got me thinking about something similar for spending a day at a ski resort. It doesn't have to be too in depth, just something along the lines of start your day in this area of the mountain, move to this area next, try lunch here, spend early afternoon in this area, finish the day here.
I know that Snowbasin and Snowbird have unofficial guides; I have read them and they are excellent. I think I can make a rough itinerary from these guides, but I would love some local knowledge as well. You don't have to share your secret stashes, just point me in the right direction to have a fun and efficient day on the mountain. Also, I know that it is impossible to see every part of these mountains in a week, much less a day. Finally, my buddy and I are advanced, but not experts. We can ski blacks, including most double blacks, but we aren't looking to huck any cliffs, or hit a narrow chute.
Thanks in advance!