I like fast and flowing. Not technical so much (technical includes rocks/roots/knots/gravel/anything over 1" in height). Just to put this out there, I have to walk (up and down) much of that hill that goes from Dowdy Draw back to the Mesa...
"Intermediate" simply means that I'm not a beginner. It is no indication of fitness level of athleticism. Slow and short is my motto.
I crush groomers. I'm terrified of what most folks do in side country. My backcountry involves 28 degree glades of wonderful snow. And in May and June, maybe some bigger lines.
I like to climb (easy) rocks. I prefer big alpine routes with big(ger) approaches! And where alpine is concerned, I prefer easier routes. Did you get the theme? I don't climb hard.
If someone says "let's go run this trail!" or "let's climb that hard route at the end of the this approach," I can hike like a boss.
Funny... i thought this was the "motto" category. I don't ride things with engines. Their noise rivals the decibel level of my breathing and confuses me.
Well, "day" is relative. My ideal WEEKEND, on the other hand, is about 25 runs in bounds followed by 3 or 4 out of bounds. If I could do that 26 weekends a year... Well... I'd ski a lot.