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Boreal Mountain Resort is a ski resort in Soda Springs, near the Lake Tahoemarker area of Californiamarker. It has nine chair lifts and offers night skiing until 9 pm.

Located off Highway 80, West of Truckee, California, Boreal typically is the first resort to open for skiing and snowboarding in Northern California. Locals once used the nickname of "Boringhill" to describe the resort as it is relatively small compared to other Tahoe area resorts, but recently Boreal has shed this nickname thanks to their excellence in Terrain Parks, signified by Boreal hosting the US Snowboarding Grand Prix in 2009.

Boreal recently added a new Magic Carpet for the 2007 season and a high speed mid mountain chair lift for the 2008 season. The Terrain park is the main feature for many "park" skiers and snowboarders. Features include hand rails, boxes, super half pipe as well as new features such as c-boxes, a 15 step stair case, and a wave box. The family snowplay area, called "Playland" has been re-designed and features snow tubing and snowplay for the entire family. Playland snowtubing is accessible from the new for 2007, 200 foot Magic Carpet surface lift.
Parking lot at Boreal


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