Tiny tiny beginners place to go. These days just 2 lifts operate and there are only 2 slopes. Actually only one slope just one long run with a lift to halfway and another to the top. This place is pretty expensive too. 3300 for an all day pass, and on weekends this place is packed with parents teaching their kids how to ski. THAT SAID, when it starts to snow in the Ina valley head here. This place is virtually empty on weekdays and they offer night skiing (2300). I went here on a Monday night after work for their 6-9pm skiing one day. It was snowing in the valley and the snow was fresh and amazing. Also there were about 8 people at the place. The night slope is short but the single life that is open at night time is fast. Short, easy, and quick run, but worth it in times of powder.
I can't recommend anyone come from far away for this place, but if you live within half an hour or so and its snowing in the valley than its definitely worth your time to hit its run.
From February, 2011
Snow condition on visit:
Varies. Usually pretty bad. Check Ina weather forecast
Things I liked:
In the town of Ina, so very convient, almost empty on weekdays (10-20 people)
Things I didn't like:
Very crowded with locals on weekend. Way overpriced for 2 lifts