Boreal Mountain California: What's New for 2018/2019
Boreal Mountain California and Woodward Tahoe are gearing up for the 2018/2019 season with several exciting initiatives for their customers. Last year, Woodward Tahoe introduced the Tahoe Solar Project, putting over 700 solar panels on The Bunker roof, bringing clean energy to Boreal and Woodward Tahoe. New additions to the resorts this year will make a huge impact for guests, and here they are:
In early August, Greg Watts, Nic Hilton, and Robin “Rambo” Davis headed to North Lake Tahoe to check out what all the hype was about at Woodward Tahoe. Woodward Tahoe added downhill mountain bike trails to their resume last year, to give the future generations of mountain bikers a new place to ride. While they were there, WWT’s summer camp was in full swing, allowing them to share their talent and stoke with eager young riders.
Back for a second year, Anakin Senn came to destroy everything in sight. Take a walk through the Woodward Tahoe Eastern Front and Sierra Skatepark with one of our favorite people. Just like all Rapid Fire's, this edit is all killer and no filler with a serious skater.
Filmed and Edited by Sam Jorgensen
Join us for Community Day at the Woodward Tahoe Bunker for one of the best days of the year! On September 14th, we will be celebrating our community by offering discounted Bunker sessions and all-day access to our outside facilities.Participants will also be able to enjoy great live music, food and drink specials and a raffle giveaway. Don’t miss out on an action-packed day at Woodward Tahoe!
A night in the bunker for adults to unleash their inner child!
What: Extended adult only open session with Woodward coaches. Adults get the Bunker to themselves!
A night dedicated to all of the females out there!
Cost: $10 (Bunker add on $12)
Times: 6pm - 8pm
Get ready for winter with the Woodward crew. Personal training, yoga, trampolines, Woodward Parkski™, Woodward Parkboard™, and focused workouts to prepare yourself for the upcoming snow season in Tahoe!
Times: 6PM (one-hour long class)
Cost: $14 ($9 for passholders)
Coach: Joe and Kuba
Never Summer hits up Woodward Tahoe. The inspire campers with tech rail riding and throw down on a snowcat during a righteous sunset session. Check the clips.
In 2009, Greg Watts stood on top of the podium at Crankworx, the most competitive core event in world-class mountain biking in the world. He was the first ever mountain biker to land a double backflip in 2008. He has been one of the most progressive Slopestyle mountain bikers in the world for over 15 years, and this week he’s riding Woodward Tahoe with none-other than Troy Lee Designs amateur professional mountain bikers, Merrick and Everett Otto. These 10 and 12-year-old brothers from Encinitas, CA, were born ready to rip brown pow.