I just started skiing this season. I go with my high school's ski club, and I've went 8 times this season so far. The first couple of times I was really bad and fell constantly, struggling to make it down the easiest hills. Within the past couple trips, I've improved dramatically. I'm not an expert, but I can go down all the beginner, intermediate and single black diamond hills at my local mountain (Montage Mountain in Pennsylvania.) I'm still scared of the double black diamonds so I don't go down those. I do small jumps on the terrain park, but no rails or boxes or anything. I do fall occasionally though, but nothing bad.
I'm going on a field trip to Killington VT this upcoming Friday, and leaving Sunday night. I'll have 3 days to ski. I'm wondering what slopes I should be able to go down and stuff I should stay away from.. are black diamonds in Vermont different from my local mountain, or should they be similar in difficulty? Some people say their mountain is a lot bigger, so their single black diamonds are like our double black diamonds, or that their intermediates are like black diamonds to us.