Boreal Mountain Resort will take advantage of the upcoming storm and will continue to make snow in order to re-open this Friday. After this weekend, they will continue operations seven days a week. The storm is scheduled to come in on Thursday with snow falling into the weekend.
Castle Peak Quad will open on Friday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and there will be at least one expanded terrain park available. Tickets will cost $15 for all ages. They will continue to make snow into the night in hopes of opening more terrain.
On Saturday, Nov. 5, the hours will expand to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with at least one terrain park available. Day tickets will cost $35 for adults and teens and $16 for children. Night tickets will be $26 for adults and teens and $16 for children. All night season passes are valid both day and night until Nov. 24, and the College and Supersaver Passes will be good daily until Nov. 6.
Boreal will expand terrain this weekend to accomodate the influx of skiers and riders they saw last weekend. Photo Courtesy of Boreal Mountain.
Services such as food and beverage, retail, tickets and season passes, and limited ski school for private group lessons only will be operating. Boreal is hoping to expand skiing and riding by opening the Accelerator lift mid-next week and are planning on reopening the Nugget chair for beginners on Friday, Nov. 11.
A skier sliding the down-tube opening day at Boreal last weekend. Photo Courtesy of Boreal Mountain.
All conditions, prices, operating hours, lifts and services may change, so continue to check here for further updates.