Boreal Opens Top-to-Bottom
Published on Nov 21, 2012 - 7:32:29 AM
Donner Summit, CA, November 21, 2012 - Boreal Mountain Resort is preparing to open the Accelerator High-Speed Quad Thursday, November 22, 2012 offering top-to-bottom skiing and riding. The addition of Accelerator expands terrain offered during the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Recent snowfall amounting to 16" – 23" of fresh snowfall has allowed Boreal's mountain operations crew to prepare the upper mountain for a Thanksgiving opening. On Thursday, Boreal will operate three lifts (Accelerator High-Speed Quad, Castle Peak Quad & Nugget Double Chair) from 9am – 9pm providing access to as many as 6 runs. Boreal will also begin operating the Playland Tubing moving carpet and Kids Club moving carpet for children's lessons.
"This season is off to a great start," stated Jon Slaughter, Boreal Marketing Director. "Boreal was able to open in October, which is always our goal and now getting Accelerator open by Thanksgiving will be great for our early season success," Slaughter continued.
Lift tickets are valid from 9am – 9pm; $52 for adults, $42 for teens and $20 for children. Boreal also offers night lift tickets for $26 for teens/adults and $20 for children valid from 3:30pm – 9pm.
Snow tubing will also be at Boreal's Playland Tubing Park accessed by a moving carpet, $25 for 2 hours. The lifts and terrain available will be constantly growing as new snow and snowmaking opportunities present. Please visit www.rideboreal.com for up to the minute information. Full base area services are available day and night.
Boreal Mountain Resort is the most affordable and accessible resort in Northern California. Located directly off Interstate 80, Boreal is only 90 minutes from Sacramento and 45 minutes from Reno.
For more information about Boreal Mountain Resort you can visit www.rideboreal.com or www.facebook.com/borealmtn.
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