Boreal Ski Resort – Dec 2014 – Sierra REC – Auburn Ski Club has announced 2014-15 season cross country trail pass rates at the club’s Training
Center on Donner Summit. The ASC 20 KM cross-country trails are open Wednesday through Sunday
8:30am to 4:30pm, closed Monday and Tuesday non holidays. Limited XC trails are currently open with
more being groomed as snow conditions allow.
ASC Training Center XC trails are legendary for the longest cross-country ski season and the highest
quality grooming in the west. New for this season ASC has added a new Pisten Bully groomer. XC trails
are groomed daily and often again mid-day to ensure a perfect snow surface. ASC trails provide scenic
views of Castle Peak and sweeping views of Donner Summit.
A season long cross country trail pass is $100 for adults (age 18-69) and $70 for youth (age 13-17). Cross
country skiers age 12 and under 70+ are free with an annual $40 ASC membership. Daily trail passes are
$18 for adult all day, $12 after 1pm. Youth rates are just $12 all day and $8 after 1pm. Kids under age 5
are free if accompanied by an adult with a day pass.
The ASC Training Center also offers Alpine, Cross Country, Snowboard and Biathlon winter sports
programs and junior teams stressing athletic achievement, family participation and a lifetime of winter
sports. Generations of Northern California skiers and snowboarders developed their life-time of winter
sports with Auburn Ski Club beginning in 1928. It’s not too late to enjoy the coming season, program
enrollment is underway now for all abilities and ages. For more information visit www.auburnskiclub.org,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 530-426-3313. The Training Center is located at the west end
of the Boreal Mt. Resort parking lot.
ASC Training Center is the top XC race venue in the west having hosted many National events. March 7-
14th ASC will host the 2015 USSA Cross-Country Junior National Championships followed by the US
Biathlon Association National Championships March 19-20th. Both events will bring the best skiers in the
country to the Training Center.