You might start with Prior, factory down the road from the main town. The Doughboy surfs through trees, soft bumps, and tight spaces super easily, handles the back bowls' crud and humps, and has surprising grip on the fronside when you get that weird multiple climate zone thing going. I know this because I skied Doughboys there. Very forgiving ski you can really have fun on but won't fold under pressure. Solid construction. Not for straightlining crud at speed
Other skis I like for there:
Mantra if you want more beef for bashing at speed, it'll have the days covered when it's a mix of slush, ice, and crud; light for a straight alpine ski, so good if you want to go AT.
Scott P4 for more of a backside emphasis, but high on maneuverability, dampness, and build quality; heavy to hike with. Optimized for big powder. Very easy to turn but handles speed. You won't want to dwell on the frontside riding these, though.
Fischer Watea 94 is livelier, lighter than the above, but still solid in crud, most versatile of these in terms of going over to the frontside or trees the same day you hit the bowls. OTOH, won't give you as much float on big days.
Blizzard Answer has moderate flex so it'll do really well at normal speeds in tight places, but still has that Blizzard grip and stability. Think of it as a more surgical version of the Gotama. May have you wishing for more if you want to rip open spaces, in which case consult an Argos. (Frankly I'd wait till next year's 94 mm Atlas, but maybe not feasible.)
Prophet 100 is said to be a nice all around, many like it better than the Goat on groomed or in crud. I skied the 90, thought it was really well rounded. Might be a touch stiff for you.