Woodward Tahoe opening to the public on Friday
DONNER SUMMIT, Calif. and#8212; Woodward Tahoe, a world-class action sports training center and youth camp which originally opened June 9 for its inaugural summer of youth programming, is now preparing for a slightly different kind of grand opening and#8212; beginning Friday, Woodward Tahoe will open its doors for full public access and daily drop-in sessions.
Woodward Tahoe will be open 7 days a week through winter until April 14, 2013, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., during the end of summer and into the fall season. Hours of operation will mirror Boreal Mountain Resortand#8217;s 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. once the ski resort opens for winter business.
The 33,000 square foot indoor facility at the base of Boreal offers multi-level Olympic trampolines, a Super Tramp, a concrete skate park for skateboarding and BMX biking, a pump track and skatelite ramps to foam pits for aerial ski, snowboard, BMX and skateboard training.
In addition to opening Woodward Tahoeand#8217;s indoor Bunker facility, the Eastern Front Skatepark and world-class BMX dirt park, known as and#8220;The Trenches,and#8221; will also be available.
Accessing the Woodward Tahoe Bunker and outdoor campus is simple. Buy a Woodward Tahoe season pass, known as a and#8220;Bunker Pass,and#8221; for the current pass rate of $279 and enjoy 8 months of access.
If buying a season pass isnand#8217;t for you, another option is a CORE Membership ($49), which enables one to access all Woodward Tahoe facilities and participate in all requisite basic training sessions. These training sessions last approximately 2 hours and provide Woodward Tahoe users everything they will need to know in order to use the trampolines, foam pits and ramps in a safe and productive manner. Once a CORE Member, guests can return to Woodward Tahoe for $25 per 2-hour session.
For information about other passes and membership options, visit http://www.woodwardtahoe.com or rideboreal.com.
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