Pros: co-workers and culture - amazing people who love the mountain life, yet prefer to live in the city
Cons: pace. last-minute decisions can create a bit of a hectic environment.
This review is specific to the corporate headquarters. As expected, the experience and culture are different in Broomfield than they are at the resorts.
Overall, the people working at headquarters are very happy. The company is run very lean and the expectations are high. People are held accountable for results, but it's not a cutthroat environment. People from different departments seem to get along really well. In the hiring process, great attention is paid to the right "cultural" fit, but all that really means is someone who is passionate about the outdoors, and is easy to get along with.
Other reviews about management not caring about people are ridiculous. Of course they care - they have families too, and they understand that everyone is trying to make a living. However, it is a public, corporate environment, so I'm sure some decisions of management can be construed as uncaring.
Vacation policy is great. Most all the exempt employees are given "flexible time off", which means that you're allowed to take as much vacation as you'd like, as long as your job is done. This obviously has reasonable limits, but it's nice not tracking your vacation time.