I'll be getting there Mon. afternoon/evening getting checked in and then head over to Nubs for the evening. After that I'll be at Highlands Tues.-Thurs.
Cool, you shouldn't have to worry about crowds then.
The Valley lift on the far left and the Interconnect and North Face lift on the far right close around 3:30p so you might want to hit them first.
Valley services a bunch of cat track width trails that wind through the trees. Depending on the condition they can be pretty fun with little rollers to pop off or icy/sketchy. No way to know until you're there.
Interconnect leads to super long, mellow runs up to a mile long. It also unloads where the North Face unloads. Right there is a warming building that has bathrooms and serves food and drinks. Between the two lifts you have access to greens, blues and a black or two. My experience is that the snow can be pretty good over there because it's really out of the way to get to so the traffic is low.
If you're into halfpipe and kickers then Challenger Terrain Park is where you'll find those, accessed via Challenger lift along with a couple steep black runs. You can also access blue Heather with a little skating from that lift.
Funland is a run with rollers and smaller kickers as well as boxes/rails. You get there from MacGully lift most easiest but Heather (the main high speed lift) can also get you there.
Little John is a green run accessed by Heather. I use that run for my speed laps. With no traffic you can get crazy fast because the run is long and you have clear line of site down the run. There's a curve about halfway through that I love taking at mach speed. It's not banked or anything but it's fun.
The blacks are steep but safe unless they're gladed or terrain parks. Both of which would be obvious by sight.