There's lots of off-piste terrain that is covered by dense forests, but because of the strong winds the surface tends to get quite rocky. Be careful to go in the right direction (towards the roads), as you might make a wrong turn and go down to some unexplored Siberian land, where there will be nobody to find you...
The off-piste has lots of natural hits and bumps, however there might be not enough snow.
The runs are long, flat, straight, and well-maintained, but strong winds at the top of the mountain may worsen the experience.
Even though the runs are well maintained, they might be too complicated for beginners, and as there are only two of them, there's not really a place to learn.