Resort Guide 2018: BOREAL MOUNTAIN

RESORT DESCRIPTION
Boreal Mountain Resort offers Tahoe's best value and the most infamous terrain parks on the west coast. Boreal has terrain parks and features for all ability levels, a mini-pipe and is introducing a brand new park for the 2017/2018 season. Boreal is also home to Woodward Tahoe. Boreal and Woodward Tahoe offer anyone an amazing place to push their progression in a fun and safe environment, on and off the snow.

RESORT STATS
Location: Soda Springs, CA Vertical Drop: 500'
Annual Snowfall: 400"
Most popular run: Sunset Blvd
Ride-able Acres: 380
Number of Lifts: 6
Number of Trails: 41
Ticket Prices: $69
Nearest Airport: Reno, NV
Aprés: Boreal Bar, Sunsets on Lost Dutchman, Tailgates in the parking lot
Top 3 Places to Eat: Moondoe's, Fresh Food Bar, Boreal Eatery
Most popular event(s): Boreal Banked Slalom, Tom Sims Retro Worlds, Burton Qualifier
Special season pass offers or discounted lift tickets: $25 Feel Good Friday, $15 Fridays for College Students

WHAT’S NEW FOR 2018?
In 2018, Boreal will be introducing the largest solar project of any resort in California. Our solar array will offset around 65% of the energy consumed from the Boreal Base Lodge and the Woodward Tahoe Bunker. Boreal will also be unveiling a new terrain park that's been in planning since last winter.

TERRAIN PARK BREAKDOWN
Boreal Mountain Resort has eight different terrain parks servicing every level of rider. Boreal's progression parks help riders gain con dence and skill and their innovative advanced parks showcase some of the best riding in Tahoe.

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This feature originally appeared in the October Issue of TransWorld SNOWboarding; subscribe here.