If “gnar”* and “huck”* are a part of your family’s vocabulary — or that of your “groms”* — then the folks at Woodward Tahoe speak just the right language. Woodward Tahoe is the home of summer and winter day and residential camps for those interested in a variety of action sports. Woodward Tahoe’s 34,000-square-foot facility adjacent to Boreal Mountain Resort is ground zero for campers (usually between the ages of 7 and 17) looking to hone their snowboard, free-ski, skateboard, BMX, freestyle MTB and scooter skills. The marquee attraction at Woodward Tahoe is The Bunker, an indoor facility that houses skate parks, foam pits and trampolines. Woodward Tahoe’s offerings don’t end with the daring, either. They also offer programs in digital media and cheer. And no worries if you’re a “gray-on-a-tray”* and want to add “amplitude”* to your game: Woodward Tahoe offers adult-only camps for those 18-plus.
*Gnar = High on the scale of dangerousness.
*Huck = To leave the ground when executing a jump or stunt.
*Grom = A young participant in extreme sports.
* Gray-on-a-tray: A mature snowboarder.
* Amplitude = The angular distance of a celestial object from the true east or west point of the horizon at rising or setting … or the height of gnar maneuvers.