Yeah, that about sums it up.
If you are intermediate to advanced skier you will enjoy it. Like the site says, there is noting like it unless you go to a region of the country with actual mountains.
I didn't go to the extreme back country part, it is for advanced people only. There are cliffs and stuff back there. I think they make you sign a liability wavier and an aknowledgement of rescue time for that part also...
I went my sophmore year and was probably borderline good enough for it (toward intermediate skill). Some of the single blacks were fun and some were pushing my limits. I should have gone back my senior year when I was better and getting bored of Mont Ripley
. I have never been to (or heard of) Indianhead so I can't compare it to there.