Sledding & Tubing

Sledding & Tubing in Colorado

Winter fun in Colorado includes those family-fun outings for sledding and tubing. There’s generally no big advance prep involved – just dress in layers, bring your sunscreen and water and get ready to have a great time!

Perhaps you’ve noticed we have no shortage of mountains and hills, which means we have hundreds if not thousands of places to tube and sled. Most major ski resorts have dedicated hills just for this fun, and here are some good places to consider: Copper Mountain, the Meadows at Elk Camp in Snowmass; Snow Mountain Ranch Sledding and Tubing Hill at Winter Park; Firecracker Tubing Hill at Telluride; Frisco Tubing Hill at the Frisco Adventure Park (which puts you in close proximity to Copper Mountain Keystone, Arapahoe Basin and Breckenridge ski areas); High Country Tubing Park in Pagosa Springs; Ellefson Park in Vail; Yee-Haw Hill at Saddleback Ranch and Howelsen Hill at Steamboat Springs; Keystone’s Adventure Point; Crested Butte Nordic Center and Crested Butte Mountain Resort Adventure Park; Cottonwood Creek Recreation Center in ; Scott Carpenter Park and Tantra Lake in Boulder; and Kroh Park in Loveland.