Donner Summit, California—Complimenting Northern California’s first and only all-mountain terrain park this winter, Boreal Mountain Resort will offer some of the Tahoe regions best valued season passes.

The College Student Season Pass is the best pass deal at Lake Tahoe. Just $99, the College Pass is valid Monday through Friday (including holidays) to any full time student carrying ten or more units. Students must present current college identification at time of purchase.

If you’re part of the daily grind, Boreal has the perfect pass for you, too. Valid every night from 3:30pm to 9pm for all ages, the Night Pass is just $99. With Boreal’s 100+ park features and superpipe as bright as day each night, skiing or snowboarding is now the perfect way to unwind after a long day on the clock.

Only $199 for all ages, the Super Saver Pass is valid Sunday through Friday (some holidays restricted). Valid every day of winter 05/06, Boreal’s adult Anytime Pass is just $249. Early-season pass price values are valid until October 31 and increase on November 1. Visit Boreal on the web at www.rideboreal.com to view the full list of season-long passes and values.

Boreal Mountain Resort will kick off a major pre-season festivity with Northern California’s newest high profile urban rail competition, the 1st Annual Jibassic Pro Rail Invitational and Film Premiere, on Saturday, October 15. Doors open at 6pm. Admission is free.

Twenty invited professional skiers and snowboarders (including Charles Gagnier, Nima Jalali, Zach Leech, Jake Davine, Casey Neefus, Robbie Sell and Tanner Rainville) will compete for $6,000 in prize money on a series of custom-made rails, each spanning 30 stair steps.

All season passes are available by phone (530) 426-3666, or online (www.rideboreal.com or www.jibassicpark.com). Passes will also be available for purchase at the 1st Annual Jibassic Pro Rail Invitational.

The Resort’s capital investment to the all-mountain terrain park is scheduled at over $700,000. With a new Zaugg pipe cutter, Boreal will feature a 450-foot long superpipe, located off the Accelerator Express Quad Chair on the Race Course run. Boreal’s superpipe will be in-ground, offering an earlier target opening and a permanent foundation. In addition, Boreal is adding two new grooming machines to the parks, 50 rails, 50 snow features and extensive staffing.

While Boreal will offer terrain features from the resort’s 9 chairlifts, traditional downhill terrain will be available at the resort for guests looking to ski and snowboard on groomed trails. Boreal offers an extensive beginner program which too will be outside of the terrain park flow. Boreal offers three sessions of beginner lessons a day, packages include a lift ticket, lesson and rental gear. While the parks may be the place to hone your skills, Boreal remains one of California’s best places to learn the sport, then learn to freeride and freeski in the parks from a dedicated staff of ski and snowboard instructors.

Boreal Mountain Resort is Northern California’s closest resort, now offering Tahoe’s first and only all-mountain terrain park. Boreal Mountain Resort is known for its accessibility, terrain parks, new indoor skate bowl, and innovative learning programs. The Resort is conveniently located 90 minutes from Sacramento, 3 hours from San Francisco, and 35 minutes from Reno. For more information about Boreal Mountain Resort visit us online at www.rideboreal.com.