CORNER OFFICE

In early September, we sat down with Amy Ohran, president and GM at Boreal, Soda Springs and Woodward Tahoe, and John McLeod, president and GM at Mt. Bachelor, to talk about their shared connection to Bend and their complementary experiences with Woodward as it expands into Oregon.

Let’s start with the basics. Where are you from?

Come One, Come All

In the last Fulcrum, we wrote about the opening of Woodward Mountain Park (WWMP) at six POWDR mountain resorts. By integrating Woodward with its resorts, POWDR is leveraging Woodward’s philosophies about fun and progression to create on-mountain experiences meant to inspire the next generation. This infusion of Woodward-designed on-mountain terrain is a POWDR-wide initiative to bring Woodward to the mountains and revolutionize the on-snow experience for all levels.

Copper Donates $200,000 to the Lake County Community Fund’s “Campaign for Lake County”

Copper Mountain has pledged $200,000 to the Lake County Community Fund’s “Campaign for Lake Country,” a four-year endowment campaign that will benefit the local community in a variety of ways. 

Copper’s gift will provide $100,000 over four years to support youth-oriented nonprofits dedicated to outdoor adventure education and alpine sports development, and another $100,000 to support the Lake County Community Fund’s grantmaking program, which distributes money to further the arts, environment, education, youth, health, and community development.

SilverStar Mountain Resort

Escape to somewhere special

With vast terrain, abundant champagne powder and a true ski-in, ski-out village, discover why SilverStar is a resort unlike any other. Just 55 minutes from Kelowna International Airport in the heart of British Columbia, SilverStar is the perfect place to create memories that will last a lifetime.

POWDR’s sustainability commitment is core to our business

Woodward Tahoe at Boreal Mountain Resort is getting a new roof. No, there’s nothing wrong with the current one—it's fine. The new roof will be installed over the existing roof and it’s made of photovoltaic cells. It’s POWDR’s biggest investment in on-site solar energy to date, and when it’s finished, it will produce 65 percent of the combined electricity needs of the Woodward Tahoe facility and Boreal’s base lodge.