Welcome out to the Beav. It’s a gas. Good stuff suggested above from palmerlaker and Walt.
Before coming out visit the Beav’s website to get your compass aligned.
Apres ski suggestions: you can start right at the Talons deck at Red Tail Camp on the mountain prior to the lifts closing then try spots such as; Coyote Café, Whiskey Elk, McCoys, Chophouse, Blue Moose, Dusty Boot.
Blues: Ski in the morning sun off Larkspur finding long fast turns on your left [looking down the hill] with various bump opportunities far right. Loop/lap. After a pit stop at Red Tail Camp; take Birds of Prey lift up and run down under Cinch lift then prior to Spruce Saddle take a left and enter onto Red Tail at speed. Hit BOP lift again then head down near or under Centennial lift following all the way to the Village then jump over the bridge to Strawberry Park lift. Look over at Pres. Ford’s house on your left and then run down his named trail.
Blacks: Great terrain found off Grouse Mountain lift also with Royal Elk and Black Bear Glade [if open]. Ask the patrol shack just off the top of lift 10 what’s up. Head over to the Rose Bowl lift after the mountain warms up a bit and hit Rip Saw. Loop/lap and take a few hero pics to post. Oh…make sure head over to the top of Cinch lift  to run the Downhill course from the gatehouse start…and think of Bode or Ted taking that damn thing iced up at Mach 5. A riot of a run.
Amp’d Black: You’ll find access points for Stone Creek Chutes over on Rose Bowl side from the easy runs of Red Buffalo and Cinch. Don’t let the easy approach to the drop in points fool you. With Stone Creek you must be comfortable with some steep pitch, funky perch, trees, narrows, rollers, moguls, roots and rocks. It can get nasty over there depending on conditions along with locals trying to squeeze through the traditional choke points at a pretty good clip on busy days with good snow. Ski in pairs, know your limits and don’t enter if you’re concerned about skiing at your margins. Once you drop in you’re in and if patrol has the ropes up stay out.
Post up when you’re out.