$100 is pretty wild. Our local hill with a short vert is $70 now. A short way over, I can ride for half that, and it is less crowded. Sure, it lacks the park the other place does, it has a slightly longer vert and express lifts, but the overall experience is JUST about the same but better for me because I can park, walk 1 min, and be on the hill. The other place, I have to park, wait for shuttle, ride shuttle, walk about 5 minutes, buy my ticket inside the damn building, hope my gear doesnt get ganked if solo, deal with lines for that, panic when I cant find my board only to see it was buried in 10 minutes by 234234 other boards, walk another 5 minutes to the hill, wait in line 5 minutes, take the express lift to the top and then ride down one of 10 slopes that are almost EXACTLY the same, only separated by a line of trees.
F that, I'll take the cheaper less bloated place with varied terrain and nuances to their terrain that has me doing something a little different every time I ride their hill.
but 100, I would pay IN A HEARTBEAT for long runs, groomed packed powder, powder, a cool historic town to eat/drink at, to experience something known across the world as awesome vs my local hill, and pretty much guarantee that during the winter months my plans wont be rained out.
Keep in mind the amount of land they own, the taxes they pay and the INSURANCE costs that goes into these tickets, it's a BARGAIN compared to what is out east imo.