I've been skiing for about 6 years - that is I've had about 5-7 days experience each year since 2010. I go on the annual "guy trip" and sometimes get an additional trip out with family or on my own. This year we went to the newly combined Park City / Canyons resort and I'll be going back there in early March, with one day in Snowbird.
One of the guys on the trip asked us what is your perfect day on the hill. Some said bombing a groomer, some said powder, etc. I thought about it and what I really want is beautiful turns. I have an OK turn at a low pitch but on anything steep or varied it just falls apart. I've taken a few lessons, watched videos, read up on technique, and try to follow a nice line when I find one. None of it has really stuck so far. So while I can survive just about any run, I want to achieve a rhythm and style that has eluded me so far.
There are NO instructors listed for Park City, Canyons, or Snowbird. I'm looking for a personal recommendation for a good one anyway, that can un-teach whatever bad habits are holding me back and instill new ones. Please shout out if you know (or are) one!