snowballsdeepcan't say much on the camp but the place is soooo dope i prefer it over my home mtn everyday, it does take a run or two to learn how much you can carve before you slip out but trust me its not bad at all, super soft landings, and consistency is the golden thing there. also bring lots of long sleeve shirts id say 2 per day or 3 to stay be safe if you going to be riding for upwards of 8 hrs. shit gets wet over time.
if youre coming to camp, this year theyre staying in the dorms they had a couple years ago. they have a free washer/dryer.
last year it sucked, i had almost no cash to use for the dryer and skied in wet clothes for the majority of camp.