Had a great experience with the InterconnectWe started at Deer Valley on the 6 resort circuit. The party was me, my wife (strong skier with reasonable amount of powder experience), 2 friends of ours (married couple both of whom of intermediate ability with no powder experience) and 2 east-coast skiers (both of whom were strong skiers, one being exceptionally strong). We had 3 very memorable long untracked backcountry runs. There was 12-18" of fresh, very light snow on top of a very deep snowpack. Backcountry runs were the Big Cottonwood run from PC down to Solitude, an extra run (after approval from Brighton patrol) from the gate at the top of Millicent (flanks of Wolverine), and the amazing run from Solitude down the head of Little Cottonwood down to Alta. All three required some hiking/traversing, the last traverse across Highway to Heaven being the most strenuous. Our intermediate skiers didn't hold the rest of us back too much - their only true struggle being that final traverse (at altitude). Overall, it was a great experience - to ski 6 resorts, have 3 long completely untracked backcountry runs, have a decent lunch, and share the fun with friends and strangers you quickly bond with. The guides were great as well. The trip is a cost-effective alternative to a heli-trip. You get at least a third the backcountry runs you'll get via a heli trip for 1/5 the price and you get to contrast/compare 6 resorts. IMHO it's the best way for a family guy like me to experience some backcountry in a relatively safe manner.