Boreal’s Extended Season Comes to an End
May 6, 2011
Media Contact: Jon Slaughter Boreal Mountain Resort 530.426.3666 x184 firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ALERT May 7, 2011 Boreal’s Extended Season Comes to an End Donner Summit, CA, (May 7, 2011) - The 2010/11 ski season has been the longest on record at Boreal Mountain Resort. After a successful extension to an already exceptional season, Boreal will spin lifts for the final day of the 2010/11 season on Sunday, May 15, 2011. Boreal will be open for weekends only (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) thru May 15th, operating two lifts from 9am – 4pm for the final weekend of operations. Accelerator Express Quad and Castle Peak Quad will give access to 28 trails and 3 terrain parks, plus Boreal’s top-rated Superpipe and the BagJump. Lift tickets on Friday will be $15 for everyone, Saturday and Sunday lift tickets are discounted to $39 for adults. Playland Tubing is also available at Boreal for families to enjoy; open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 4pm and closing for the season after May 15, 2011. Academy Snowboard Co. is hosting the second snowboard progression camp of the season on May 14th & 15th at Boreal. The 2-day camp will be coached by Academy Pro riders and friends of Academy Snowboards. All ages and skill levels are welcome as campers will be split into beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes so each shredder gets his proper schooling. More information can be found at RideBoreal.com. Thanks to the extended season, Boreal’s guests and passholders had the potential to get 21 extra days on snow, many of which were sunny with temperatures in the mid-fifties. “We are very thankful to all our guests who helped make this season a success,” stated Jon Slaughter, Marketing Director. Plans are already in place at Boreal to continue taking advantage of the 780 inch snowfall season. This June, Boreal Mountain Resort will be hosting a 5-day, on-snow, ski and snowboard camp. Skiers and riders looking to extend their winter can take advantage of a lift-accessed terrain park, June 20 – 24, 2011. Summer campers can expect Boreal’s industry recognized terrain parks plus knowledgeable coaching and progression training. More information can be found at RideBoreal.com/JuneCamp. Boreal will also host Summer Shred in July for the second season in a row, allowing skiers and riders to make some turns under the summer sun. Tickets will be available for purchase and 2011/2012 season passholders are welcome to participate for free. 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.