Snowy Slopes is a 60-foot tall, 400-foot long snow tubing hill featuring single, tandem and family-style snow tubing. Even better, riders will be transported to the top of the hill using a pair of Magic Carpet conveyor lifts.

Snowy Slopes features a nightly music and light show visible from both Snowy Slopes and from the large viewing area in the Alpine Village.

Each General Admission ticket includes a 2-hour snow tubing session, while the Unlimited Snow Tubing Upgrade includes all-day snow tubing until park closing. Riders may alternate between single, tandem and family-style tubing throughout their session.

Rider Requirements

  • Single tubers – Riders must be at least 42″ tall and weigh no more than 300 pounds.

  • Tandem tubers – Both riders must be at least 42″ tall. The combined weight of both riders must not exceed 400 pounds.

  • Family-style tubing – Riders must be at least 36″ tall and each weigh no more than 300 pounds.

  • Family-style snow tube groups will be combined, and smaller groups of riders will be seated with other groups to maximize family-style tube capacity and minimize wait times.
  • Family-style snow tubes have a minimum capacity of 4 riders and a maximum capacity of 10 riders. However, this capacity may be modified by staff depending on the overall weight of the riders.
  • The top of Snowy Slopes is not accessible by strollers or wheelchairs.
  • Riders must wear closed toed secure shoes.
  • Riders must secure loose articles. Hats must be worn backwards or removed during the ride.
  • Phones, cameras and video equipment may not be used during the ride.
  • For your safety, please hold onto the snow tube handle(s) while the ride is in motion.
  • Remain seated during the ride until the snow tube comes to a complete stop.
  • When exiting the ride, stay in your snow tubing lane and walk to the exit. Do not walk onto other snow tubing lanes.
  • Riders must use the snow tubing equipment provided by Snowcat Ridge and may not bring their own equipment.
  • Riders must wear appropriate clothing. This is real snow! Snow is wet, cold and slippery. We recommend wearing warm, water-resistant clothes including gloves and boots. Layering is also recommended, as you might start out cold and then gradually warm up as you play in the snow. You may also consider bringing a change of clothing. If you don’t own any winter clothing, Snowcat Ridge sells basic snow gear like hats, gloves and jackets.
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