Frequently Asked Snow Tubing Questions
Have you ever been snow tubing at Blue Mountain Resort? If the answers is no, we bet you have some questions before you coast down the hill! This page will help to answer some of the most frequently asked snow tubing questions. If you have any additional questions please use the live chat feature to chat with one of our representatives.
Snow Tubing FAQs
A signed release is required for ALL snow tubing participants (parent/guardian signature is required for ages 17 & under).
Snow tubing sessions are three hours long and are offered Thursday 5pm-9pm and Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 9am-9pm.
New for 2019/2020 we've switched our snowtubing tickets to RFID technology. If you ski or snowboard with us, you may be familiar with these tickets. If not, visit our RFID ticket page to learn more!
Guests must be 36" or taller to go snowtubing at Blue Mountain Resort.
We have no age or weight restrictions
Unfortunately, no. We allow only 1 person per tube when snowtubing. Parents cannot hold a child on their lap in a single-size tube.
We do offer double tubes that allow your child to sit on one side and you on the other.
We recommend arriving at least a half hour prior to your session start time. Snow tubing is located in the VALLEY area of the mountain. Snow tubing is based out of our Adventure Center Lodge. Your pre-purchased online tickets can be picked up outside the Adventure Center at our pick up boxes for a touchless experience.
Please sign your release prior to arrival to save time!
Yes, all guests must sign a snow tubing release form to participate in the activity. Those 17 & under require a parent or guardian signature.
Snow tubing tickets include use of both our single and double snow tubes, as well as lift use, for 3 hours.
Warm apparel is not included. Please come dressed for the elements or visit our True Blue Mountain Sports Shop!
Be sure to dress in warm layers. Snow pants & jacket, boots, gloves, a hat, scarf, good socks, a base layer and mid layer (non-cotton) are recommended. Wear a jacket with a upper pocket or arm sleeve to store your tubing ticket. Read about best practice for storing your tubing ticket here. No ski boots are permitted at the Tubing Park. Consider wearing sunglasses or goggles if you are concerned about cold wind in your eyes.
Our Snowtubing department has implemented a procedure to have at least 2 lanes designated for 2 single tubes to be together (weather permitting). That being said, if guests end up in a non-designated lane, our attendants will permit it upon request.