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Boreal Mountain Resort Opens Friday to Skiers, Snowboarders

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Boreal Mountain Resort opened to skiers and snowboarders on Friday morning.

The resort will provide one lift for skiers and riders to enjoy through 9pm. It also marks the fourth year in a row Boreal has provided skiing and snowboarding in October.

Boreal plans to operate through the weekend and will assess conditions on Sunday to determine a mid-week operating schedule.

Lift tickets are $15 for all ages on Friday, then it goes up to $35 on Saturday and Sunday for adults and teens and $20 for children.

For more information, go to www.rideboreal.com or call 530-426-3666 extension 180.

On a side note, Donner Ski Ranch will also open this weekend. They will opening one lift (Chair 6), the bar and the cafeteria from 9-4 on Saturday & Sunday. The price is only $25 for adults and $10 for children.

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