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Welcome to Boreal Mountain
Your Tahoe mountain home — value, easy access, and family-focused fun is what Boreal Mountain California is all about. Located northwest of Lake Tahoe, just 10 miles from Truckee, CA, and right off of Interstate 80, Boreal / Woodward prides itself on being a community that is relaxed, comfortable, and confident, creating an atmosphere that makes you feel right at home.
Riding Boreal Mountain
Boreal’s ski area spans 380 acres of prime skiing and snowboarding terrain. The resort is family friendly, with a mix of approachable terrain and more advanced intermediate trails. Six lifts and two magic carpets service 41 trails, along with Boreal’s popular Tahoe Tubing snow tubing area, the only night-skiing in Tahoe, and an incredible beginner ski and ride program. There are also several progressive terrain parks, including a 13-foot mini pipe. From tree-lined Cedar Ridge pow days and stunning sunsets from Donner Summit, to the most creative Mountain Parks and all the good groomers, nothing beats Boreal Magic. So, welcome “home.”
Boreal is also home to Woodward Tahoe, California’s year-round action sports mountain playground with unprecedented outdoor terrain parks, a 33,000 square foot action sports hub dubbed The Bunker, and a multi-week winter ski and snowboard learn-to program for kids. The Woodward Tahoe facility is open year-round and hosts summer camps as well as specialty programs.
The mountain averages 400 inches of snowfall per season and 240 days of sunshine a year. The top elevation is 7,700 feet, with a base elevation of 7,200 feet. Thanks to advances in snowmaking equipment, the resort is typically one of the first to open every season. In the summer, Boreal is home to some world-class mountain bike trails and skateparks. No matter what time of year you’re here, there’s guaranteed to be a great atmosphere and spectacular views.
Getting to Boreal Mountain Resort
Boreal Mountain is located on Interstate 80, about 45 miles west of Reno and 80 miles east of Sacramento. Convenient, easy-access parking is located at the base of Boreal Mountain, and if you’re flying into northern Nevada, fly into Reno-Tahoe International Airport for easy access. Be sure to check road conditions before heading into wintertime mountain driving in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
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