Most, 70% of the runs, are intermediate to advanced so you will have a good time if you obtained previous skill. There are enough beginner runs and classes for those who are just starting. In my case, I grew up skiing so after a few hours on the intermediate runs I started to take more of the advanced ones. I avoided the half pike and all the obstacles. All I need is a broken leg!
The lodge at the base of the run provides plenty of food and ski services. You can purchase equipment, fix equipment, rent equipment, eat and drink till your hearts content. Their Beach Bar on the sun deck is very popular and draws a crowd of people. Just about any type of food can be found among the seven food outlets.
The trip up the mountain was a blast. Plenty of places to stop and get a good look at the valley. Most areas are two lanes with a number of passing lanes. It isn't possible to go that fast considering the amount of curves, bends, and winding. You have to pay attention. Growing up in the winters of Michigan I definitely wouldn't want to be driving that road with heavy snow or ice present.