Lift Tickets

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!

2014-15 RATES
9:00am - 9:00pm
3:30pm - 9:00pm
Adult (18-59) $58 / $64* $29 / $34*
Teen (13-17) $48 / $54* $29 / $34*
Child (5-12) $29 / $34* $20 / $25*
Young Child (4 & under) $5 $5
Senior (60-69) $48 / $54* $26
Super Senior (70+) $20 $20
Parent Shared $58 / $64*
Pedestrian $10
  • *Holiday Dates: Nov. 27-30, 2014; Dec. 20, 2014 - Jan. 4, 2015; Jan. 17-19, 2015; Feb. 14-22, 2015.
  • Resort closes at 4:00pm when night skiing & riding is not in operation.
  • Operating hours and prices may change without notice.
  • Chairlifts are for skiers and snowboarders only. Foot traffic is not allowed.
To save up to 60%, purchase your lift tickets online now:

 After purchasing your lift tickets online, go to Moondoe's Cafe in Woodward Tahoe (located at the base of Boreal Mountain) with your confirmation email and valid I.D. to redeem.


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. Tubing is offered in Boreal’s designated Playland Tubing Park only.
  • Snow bikes are not allowed at Boreal. However, snowskates may be used with leash and valid lift ticket or season pass.


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.