first time posting here. i'm a new yorker, grew up skiing recreationally as a kid but blew out my acl in college back in 2004 and didn't ski again until last year. got back on the slopes at killington, did another long weekend trip to stowe, got so invigorated that i took a week and headed to ski out west for the first time in my life. spent a week in park city hitting park city, deer valley and the canyons and had a blast. just got my first three days in this year at killington and i'm hooked again (bought my own gear now).
i don't think i have good form or technical ability, but i'm very athletic and have been able to will myself down runs probably out of my ability range. i think i'd say i'm an advanced intermediate or better in the east, but less in the west (for example, this past week i had a blast hitting blacks and double blacks like superstar and cascade at killington, but at canyons last year i had a heck of a time getting down 94 turns off 9990, even though i enjoyed the challenge and wasn't about to leave there until i got down that mountain).
anywho--i'm frothing at the mouth to ski as much as i can and i want to get better. i am planning to take a week or so in february or march to ski out west and want to get some serious instruction for part or all of the trip. google searches haven't turned up much; the main thing i've found is jackson hole's steep and deep camp (maybe a bit too advanced for me) and also its steep intermediate camp (seemingly more up my alley). i ran across a post here saying that a few campers found the instruction at the former a bit lacking.
i wanted to inquire to see if anyone had better experiences elsewhere or knew of any other programs/had any other suggestions. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance!