Boreal Terrain Park Improvements
November 5, 2007
Boreal Terrain Park Improvements Busy summer in the Boreal Terrain Parks Donner Summit, CA – What may seem like months of hiking and mountain biking to some, are hours of welding, dirt work and construction to others. With Interstate 80 travelers viewing Boreal from the fast pacing highway, there are what appears to be parked chairlifts and quiet mountainsides. The truth is - there are lots of things happening at Boreal during the summer months, and particularly this summer in the world of terrain parks. Improved snowmaking, expanded and improved night lighting, a new grooming machine and some earth work has proven to expand trails to make for even better terrain parks and ski trails at Boreal. The wildly bright colored rails, boxes, wallrides, vans and staircases seen from the interstate are just half of the terrain park bags of tricks skiers and riders will find on the mountain this winter. Our mantra is style, and we will be offering parks for every style rider this season. We will offer jib parks, jump parks, boardercross courses, urban parks and kids parks. You name it, Boreal will have it. Most resorts sport pipe riding, but Boreal boasts one of Tahoe’s freshest, finest, open longest superpipes available. Riding day or night you will find freestyle terrain throughout Boreal, plus plenty of space for those that just want to rip. Check out Boreal’s youth website for updated videos, photos, event schedules and rider tips at www.jibassicpark.com.