Well, from the Zug lift you could also ski over to the Kriegerhorn and then down from there, or straight down to the Steinmahder bahn and then down. We skiied Liezen all day Monday working our way farther left as we tracked it out. It was probably the best powder skiing I've ever had. Knee to Waist deep most of the time. We would then zip down the Zuger Tobel and hit it again. We have some decent footage of that (I think), can't wait to get it back. My wife is riding horses at the Cadre Noir right now, and brought the camera with her, so I have not been able to see the footage on a real TV yet, or been able to try and download/edit it yet. This will be my first try with that.
On the run to Stuben, we made the high and long traverse and then skiied a chute and a wider face down to a huge bowl above the tunnel. There was a really long and not quite so high traverse from there, but we couldn't quite see where it went. It was warming up, and my wife and one of my friends semmed a little tired. My other friend and I decided not to risk it because:
a) the traverse could have led into a trap
b) we were afraid Bonnie (or to a lesser degree, Josh) might have frozen up if we got to a really steep part with no alternative route
c) Bonnie and Josh looked tired, and we didn't want to be stuck out there with things warming up and starting to slide.
The day before Graham and Josh took the day off and Bonnie and I skiied the Mugan Grat all day. It was so warm that from the North it looked like there were clouds coming over the ridge, but from the South side in the Zurser Tali, you could see that it was steam rising from where the snowpack and the rock ridge met. The Zurser Tali was full of avi debris the next morning. The North side of the Mugen Grat and the Hassenfluh were still holding powder 6 sunny warm days after the storm. That's when Bonnie finally got it and started to like powder (after a terrifying experience on a short "test slope" the day before near the Steinmahder Bahn). I was not able to get her to close up her stance in the powder at all, and that hurt her, but she still had fun.
BTW: I've actually never skiied in NC, I'm a transplanted Connecticut Yankee who spent every weekend in HS and College in Vermont.
We also had a weeks worth of lessons from the Lech Ski School the first week we were there. It really helped Bonnie a lot. Some of what he taught seemed really weird to me, and antithetical to what I have been working on, but I got some valuable tips out of him too.
P.S. - my season is officially over now too. Last night I started to put away my gear for the year, and broke out the paintball guns. I'm flying to Ohio for a competition tonight!