That's a wrap! From the Peace Park to Summer Sessions with SnowboarderMag, ShredBots, NeverSummer, and Burton to a BRAND NEW Eastern Sierra Skatepark designed and built by California Skateparks, and even continuing the Mountain Bike expansion project that will soon put Woodward Tahoe on the map for the best trails in Tahoe, this was a summer to remember. A big thank you to all the campers who joined us at Woodward Tahoe, it sure was something special.
With only ONE week left of Summer Camp, we begin to look back at what an amazing summer it has been! From SnowboarderMag ripping apart the Glacier Week One to Aaron Wheelz Fotheringham from Nitro Circus STOMPING a double back flip on his wheelchair Week Eight! So much has gone down in between but lets highlight some greatness from Week 10!
Mark those calendars. August 23 is the opening of the Woodward Tahoe Bunker Season and fall programming. All 11 outdoor parks and the indoor Bunker will be open 5 days per week for public access – including the new Eastern Sierra Skatepark and expanded mountain bike trails. Bounce, jump and skate, bike and scoot to your heart’s content or head outside for public access to the Lakeside & Treehouse Parkour, The Slabs, The Trenches, The Evergreen Bowl, Sierra Skatepark, and the Eastern Sierra Skatepark.
Open weekly Wednesday–Sunday.
Week 9 continued the best summer EVER!
With Ryan Reyes here for skate camp, our new Eastern Sierra Skatepark was shredded like never before! Reyes spent the week hanging out with campers, shredding our indoor and outdoor parks and bringing overall positive vibes!
Nothings says summer like a dip in an alpine lake. Week 8 marked the opening of our very own camp lake, affectionately dubbed “Lake Woodward”. Campers have been out paddling, and hanging on the shore with their sites set on the new floating docks. See what else went down at Woodward Tahoe this week:
Another week of summer in the Sierra is behind us. Week 7 welcomed a new wave of rippers to Woodward Tahoe for more memories made and some insane progression happening daily for campers.
Check out what pro skater, Brad McClain had to say about the new Eastern Sierra Skatepark, and catch a glimpse of the sessions going down out there.
No surprise here, Week 6 was one for the books. The camp life vibes were real with new friendships made, and countless new tricks learned.
The Slabs is OFFICIALLY OPEN! This was the first week of Mountain Bike Camp with a record number of campers! Coaches were equally as excited to ride the dirt and get back on the trails. Reed Boggs came out to open the trails and surprise the kids, making their week even more special than they could've imagined!
It happened. The all-new Eastern Sierra Skatepark at Woodward Tahoe officially opened July 1 with pristine concrete, smooth transitions and best spine the Sierra has ever seen.
Winter 2018/19 was certainly one for the books – with tons of fun, a ton of snowfall, and the best part…a ton of giving. On select Friday’s throughout the season Boreal Mountain California partnered with four non-profit organizations to bring you $25 ride days for a cause, dubbed the Feel Good Fridays. With $5 of each Feel Good Friday lift ticket going to the charity of the week it was good vibes all around.