its been said already their hours are only from 6 to midnight. no AM skiing. i live an hour from there and went for the fourth time a week or too ago. the other three times were in the fall. during the day it's hot as hell and like someone said it's slower. night time is definitely the time to go and because of the hours it's the only time to go. the reason it's only open late is not because of the heat but because it's staffed by students who leave in the spring meaning there is much less staff.
the snowflex is quite painful when it rubs on bare skin. you get a very bad rug burn very easily. they require long pants and sleeves and a helmet. i really recommend spring gloves that are very thin, a long sleeve t shirt, and ski pants with vents(the sprinklers get you wet). when you fall, if your skin is covered you're pretty much good when you fall. there is a bunch of foam padding under the snowflex so the impact pain is greatly reduced. you can't really carve on it at all so more sliding turns but it's all good because you just straightline the jumps anyway so no real carving is necessary. the rails are slightly sketchy in my opinion. they rails themselves are fine but the jumps on aren't quite right for some reason. it really helps with progression once you get the landing figured out. i learned 7's and 9's while i was there the other day.
the game. you just lost