Lift Tickets

2015-16 PASSES ARE ON SALE NOW.
SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!

If you're planning on skiing or riding for just one day, a single-day lift ticket is your best option. Looking for a deal? Boreal Mountain Resort offers daily deals & discount including saving up to 60% off when you buy your lift tickets online!

GENERAL RATES:

ALL-DAY
9:00am - 9:00pm

NIGHT ONY

ALL-ACCESS
All-Day Lift Ticket +
Woodward Tahoe
Daily Session

ADULT (18-59) CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
TEEN (13-17) CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
CHILD (5-12) CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
YOUNG CHILD
(4 & UNDER)
CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
SENIOR (60-69) CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
SUPER SENIOR (70+) CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
PARENT SHARED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
PEDESTRIAN/SNOWPLAY CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED

TO VIEW AND LOCK IN THE BEST RATES FOR A FUTURE VISIT, CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE DEALS.


MOUNTAIN POLICIES

You must have a valid season pass or appropriate lift/pedestrian ticket to ride our lifts or access our mountain. If you do not have a valid season pass or appropriate lift/pedestrian ticket, and attempt to ride our lifts or access our mountain, you will be subject to a fine, and/or the Nevada County Sheriff will be contacted. Trespassing is a criminal offense. 

Trespassing at Boreal Mountain Resort includes, but is not limited to:

  • A person skiing/snowboarding or tubing without a valid lift ticket or season pass.
  • A person skiing/snowboarding or tubing on a ticket that does not meet the correct age requirement, or on another person's ticket or season pass. You may not share season passes or lift/pedestrian tickets.
  • Boreal does not offer sledding, or mountain access for personal sledding. Snow Tubing is offered in Boreal’s designated Playland Tubing area only.
  • Snow bikes are not allowed at Boreal. However, snowskates may be used with leash and valid lift ticket or season pass.

INHERENT RISKS OF SKIING & SNOWBOARDING

Skiers and snowboarders assume the risk of death or any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent risks of skiing, including changing weather conditions; existing and changing snow conditions; bare spots; stumps; trees; collisions with natural objects, man-made objects, or other skiers or snowboarders; variations in terrain; and failure to ski and snowboard within their own abilities.