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Bring your patience. There have been multiple times this year where I have been four or five people deep on the triple lift line. Also, I have occasionally had to share the trail with other skiers.
1) Each lunch upstairs in the bar area. The food is reasonably priced, and fantastic by any ski area measurement, let alone what you'd expect to find at a place so small. For ~$10, you'll be well-fed.
2) Either bring a radar detector or do not speed within the last 25 minutes of your voyage. I've never got a ticket, but I've seen plenty of victims. Revenue is scare up there.
Saturday looks somewhat brutal, but given the 10" they've received it might be tempting to hit it on SuperBowl Sunday.
When you say Brutal, you are talking about the wind and/or temperature?
They aren't that big on trail signs, especially for all the little side trails. If something looks like a trail it probably is. (or is a MTB trail you can consider an unofficial ski trail). Either way, you're not going to suddenly ski off a cliff or something.
Skied there for the 1st time last year the last day they were open. Outstanding relaxed vibe, nice straight down the fall line steep stuff and great trails in between. Def park in the upper lot because the place is built on a hill.
I went to college at Delhi which is just to the west, in the 70's and I never knew it was there.
Did you go to Aunt Cookie's in Delhi? I used to stop there while driving van, my first job out of high school. Possibly the best sub's I've ever had. They got their rolls from the Walton Bakery, toasted the sub's in their pizza oven, yummy.