I can't really speak on snow level but as far as crowds there won't be much. We were there in March and lift lines were pretty much non-existent and the resort was fully open. We spent a week there and longest line was maybe 5 groups in front of us. Usually it was one or two groups ahead of us.
Hit up Revelation bowl, especially if it dumps. There's some steep hike to stuff off of lift 12, but not sure if that will be open that early. Gold Hill Chutes are right off of the Revelation Bowl lift, but again it depends on coverage. See Forever is a great mellow run for just checking stuff out.
Spent most of our time in Mountain Village, although we stayed in Telluride. We ate at Tracks every morning and most lunches but mostly because our friends uncle owns it, they have a great breakfast bagel sandwich too. It's in Mountain Village right at the bottom of the Village Express lift. Tomboy Tavern has some great burgers and usually pretty busy at night. There's an awesome hot dog shop, don't remember what its called but it's right there in the Village. Tracks has beer cheap, same with Tomboy Tavern. If you're buying groceries instead, the gondola to station village takes you right to the store. If I remember right the gondolas run till midnight.
We flew into Montrose and took a shuttle, but with it being March the roads were clear. From what I could tell, it would be somewhat sketchy if the roads were bad. Where are you staying?
Last edited by Deviant; 11-17-2013 at 03:22 PM.