I'm glad someone did. I like Bretton Woods too for various reasons.
When no one else has snow, they do. This is especially nice late-season after other mountains close down.
Free hot cider in the lodge if you time it right.
There's often a Nastar course open (who else has that?)
There's often a free timed slalom run available just for fun at the top of Range View. If you've never done any racing, this is a good place to start.
They have glades of graduated difficulty from hardly-call-it-a-glade-unless you've never skied one (which you won't find anywhere else), to glades of intermediate difficulty, to downright difficult.
There are gnarly tree runs that are a fun challenge simply because they are very narrow & tight, always bumped up unless you get first tracks after a storm, and there's only one twisty path available so if you can't time your turns right you're toast. Some of these are on the map; some aren't. They don't match the tree skiing over at Cannon for length of runs. But still, just sayin'.......