Snow tubing is as easy as sitting down and letting gravity do the work! Even if you've never seen snow before, your first tube ride can be a fun one. Snow tubing facilities vary from ski area to ski area, with some offering straight, high speed runs, while others offer twisty banked runs. Many of these areas also have a dedicated lift serving the tubing area to quickly get you back up the hill for another run.
Tubing is available daily from 10am - 5pm. Tubes can be rented on an hourly basis at the Stone Pillar Lodge, located near the Bretton Woods Nordic Center.
For details and pricing, visit BrettonWoods.com.
Cranmore Mountain Resort
The Cranmore Tubing Park is 10 lanes wide and is served by both a magic-carpet style surface lift and a handle-tow lift. Guests can enjoy snowtubing during the daytime or keep going under the lights until 8pm on Fridays, Saturdays and holidays. The Cranmore Tubing Park is located at the base of Cranmore Mountain, between the main base lodge and Cranmore Fitness. Tickets may be purchased at the Artist Falls Lodge.
For details and pricing, visit Cranmore.com.
Great Glen Trails
In keeping with the overall fitness theme of Great Glen Trails, the snow tubing hill remains the traditional walk up/slide down style hill that families have been enjoying for years. Passes are valid all-day.
For details and pricing, visit GreatGlenTrails.com.
Gunstock Mountain Resort
Gunstock's Thrill Hill Tubing Park has the longest tubing runs in New Hampshire - 1,068 feet. The park is serviced by its own handle-tow lift. Sit comfortably in your tube as the lift pulls you to the top of the hill! Then choose from 1 of 5 chutes to slide down the hill. The snow tubing season typically runs from just after Christmas through mid-March. The Thrill Hill is scheduled to be open from 4PM to closing on Tuesday through Friday and open from 10AM to close on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are sold in two-hour blocks and can sell out.
For details and pricing, visit Gunstock.com.
King Pine at Purity Spring Resort
The Pine Meadows Snow Tubing Park is serviced by a handle-tow lift, guests will find a number of groomed "snow chutes" to shoot down. Tickets are just $19 per person Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holiday periods for each 2-hour session | $10 per person Tuesdays 5-7 p.m., Thursdays and Sundays from 4 - 6 p.m.* Tubes are provided by King Pine. One rider per tube.
For details and pricing, visit KingPine.com.
Loon Mountain Resort
Loon's snow tubing park is located on Little Sister with lift serviced tubing available. Tubes sessions are booked by the hour and advanced reservations are highly recommended. As many as ten sessions are offered each day.
For details and pricing, visit LoonMtn.com.
McIntyre Ski Area
McIntyre's lift-serviced snow tubing park offers over 600 feet of fun along with a total of 8 lanes. A wonder carpet lift services the park and is open Thursday through Sunday with additional hours are available on vacation weeks, holidays and snow days. Two-hour tubing sessions are offered and can sell out.
For details and pricing, visit McIntyreSkiArea.com.
Pats Peak offers a 600 ft. long lift-serviced tubing park with several lanes. Snow tubing tickets are limited so advanced reservations are recommended. Snow tubing is offered for two or four hour sessions on Fridays 3-9pm, Saturdays 9am-10pm (5pm - 10pm POP Tubing), Sundays 9am-5pm and Holiday Periods 9am-9pm.
For details and pricing, visit PatsPeak.com.
On the hill adjacent to the Waterville Valley Golf Course, near the resort’s Town Square and hotels. are multiple dedicated tubing lanes, complete with a warming center. Unlimited tubing tickets are available at The Clubhouse The tubing hill is weather and natural snowfall dependent. Snowtubing is offered Wednesdays through Fridays 12-8pm and Saturdays & Sundays 9am-8pm.
For details and pricing, visit Waterville.com.