Our family of four -- two adults who skied, and two teenagers who snowboarded -- had a great day at Spirit Mountain, and we hope to return next year. The slopes were much longer than we expected, the views spectacular, and the two terrain parks were fun for the teens. There aren't many signs compared to most ski hills. The chalet at "the top" is actually half way up the mountain, so when you come out from the rental area it's a bit confusing to figure out where to go as people ski and board past. So be sure to look at a map of the entire ski complex before you buy tickets and go down the stairs to the rental area. Also, the signs in the chalet aren't completely clear, so be sure you know that you should stand in line for a lift ticket before going downstairs to the rental area. The tavern at the top of the chalet has food that is pretty good and cheap, and the best part is that it has free pitchers of ice water so that you can rehydrate when you stop for food. The lifts are quick and smooth, and the lines were short when we visited on March 28.
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