Tubing

Summit County Tubing


Tubing & Tubing Hills near Frisco, Dillon & Silverthorne, Colorado

tubing hill keystone coIt is a fun filled event for the whole family when you embark down one of Summit County’s slick tubing hills. Perfect for mixing up some down time away from your skis or snowboard, you will shoot down freshly groomed runs designed to maximize your speed and excitement. High Country Activities has discounted tickets for Frisco tubing. At the Frisco Adventure Park, you are also able to rent Zorbs called Tumble Bubbles. Zorbs are large human hamster balls for sphereing, an exciting activity on the snow at the bottom of the tubing hill, complete with giant bowling pins to knock down if you dare.

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Tour Option 1 | Tubing in Frisco, Colorado – Frisco Adventure Park


frisco co tubing hillThe Frisco Adventure Park includes a tubing hill, a Day Lodge and a beginner ski/ride slope called Polly’s Place, where you may take runs or a lesson to introduce you to skiing with instructors from Copper Mountain. There are no ski rentals at the Adventure Park, so you will need to rent equipment before coming to the hill, if you do not own your own, helmets are required on the ski hill. High Country Activities has discounted tubing passes available for purchase. There are also discounts for Summit County and Frisco residents. The park is located at the Peninsula Recreation Area just off US Highway 6 about ten minutes from Frisco Main Street and can be reached by car or local taxi service. Tickets may be picked up and check in is at the Day Lodge with a fireplace, snack bar and WiFi. The tubing hill is accessed by an open Magic carpet. There are five lanes with different gradients. Reservations are needed as this fun activity books up fast.

 

TUBING INFORMATION
Cost Tubing: $26 per person, $23 Summit County resident, $21 Frisco resident, $10 extra hour
Cost Holiday Tubing 12/20/17 to 1/7/18, & 1/13/18 to 1/15/17, & 2/17/18 to 2/19/17: $30 per person, $27 Summit County resident, $25 Frisco resident, no extra hour available during these dates
Discounted Tubing passes from High Country Activities: $22 payable by credit card
Discounted Holiday Tubing passes from High Country Activities 12/20/17 to 1/7/18, & 1/13/18 to 1/15/17, & 2/17/18 to 2/19/17: $26 payable by credit card

Dates Tubing: Open daily 11/23/17 (snow dependent) to 4/8/18
Times Tubing Regular Season 11/23/17 to 12/22/17, 1/8/18 to 3/17/18: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, every 15 minutes
Times Tubing Holiday Season 12/23/17 to 1/7/18: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, every 15 minutes
Times Tubing Late Season 3/18/18 to 4/8/18: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, every 15 minutes

Duration: Tubing – 1 hour starting every 15 minutes

Important Notes: Please arrive 30 minutes before your reservation. Driving Directions. Cancellations within 24 hours of your reservation will be subject to a $10 cancellation fee. Children must be at least 36” tall and ride in their own tube. Dress warmly and wear comfortable winter boots (no ski boots allowed). Operations are dependent on snow and weather conditions.

SKI/RIDE HILL AND BEGINNER SKI LESSONS
Cost for All Day Ski/Ride Lift Ticket: $30 per hour, $27 Summit County resident, $25 Frisco resident
Times Ski/Ride Hill 1/11/17 to 3/26/17: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Times Ski/Ride Hill Late Season 3/27/17 to 4/9/17: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost Ski Lesson: $89
Dates Ski Lessons: 1/12/18 to 4/8/18 Sunday – Fridays (no Saturday lessons)
Times Ski Lessons: 10:30 AM & 1:00 PM, must be 8 years old, book by 2:30 pm the day before, equipment must be rented elsewhere, under 18 must have helmet
Duration: Ski Lessons – 2 hours

Tour Option 1 | Zorbing at Frisco Adventure Park


tumble-bubbles Did you or do you own a hamster as a pet, watch them run with so much energy inside a plastic ball, and wish you could try that? Well now you can in one of the newest activities of “Sphereing” or “Zorbing”. In a 9′ tall ball known as a Zorb, up to two people are able to walk, run, roll, tumble, jump, or bounce across snow, and even knock down a 12′ tall bowling pin. Located at the base of the tubing hill at the Frisco Adventure Park, this activity is sure to warm you up and give you the ultimate experience after your fast descents in a tube. Zorbs are available on a first come first serve basis with no bookings required, and you do not have to be tubing to enjoy this exciting activity.

Cost: $13 per ball for up to two people with a $1 discount per ball for multiple balls, $9 with Frisco tubing ticket, $1 discount per ball if you mention that you heard about this activity through High Country Activities
Dates & Times:
11/23/16 to 11/27/16 – 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
12/2/16 to 12/11/16 Friday – Sunday: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
12/16/16 to 1/8/17 Daily: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
1/13/17 to 2/26/17 Friday – Sunday: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Open 1/16/17 and 2/20/17
3/3/17 to 4/9/17 Daily: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Important Notes: Meet at the Tumble Bubble Corral on the southwest corner of the Frisco Adventure Park. This activity is on a first come first serve basis and no reservations are required.Driving Directions. Operations are dependent on snow and weather conditions.

Tour Option 1 | Tubing Keystone Resort – Adventure Point


keystone tubing hillKeystone’s Adventure Point tubing hill is located at the top of Dercum Mountain, just a little way down Spring Dipper to the left of the Gondola and the Summit Express lift. Adventure Point has its own separate hill with lights and a covered Magic Carpet to bring you back up the hill. With six lanes of different gradients, and tubing hill maestros who will send you down slow, fast, with a twist, or in groups of tubes, this is a must do activity. Reservations are strongly recommended as this fun activity will book up fast. Tickets may be picked up and check in is at the Adventure Point Hut in Gondola Plaza in the River Run Village. River Run Village is a half hour bus ride from Dillon and Silverthorne and can also be accessed by ski shuttle from Frisco and Breckenridge.

Cost: $34 per person
Cost Tubing Plus (includes $5 coupon for use at the Summit House cafeteria): $36
Cost Tubing Late Night 6:30 PM (half hour only): $20
Times: Open 11/23/17 (snow dependent) to a date to be determined by snow conditions, open at 10:00 am
Tubing operations follow hours for Mountain Operations for closing
Open until 3:00 PM (last hour session at 2:00 PM) for days with no night skiing

Open until 7:00 PM (last hour session at 6:00 PM), for days with night skiing. Night Skiing Schedule. Hill closed for grooming from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, on days with night skiing
Duration: 1 hour every 15 minutes

Important Notes: Please arrive 45 minutes (1 hour during holiday times) before your reservation to allow time for payment for tickets, gondola ride, check in and safety talk. Driving Directions. 24 hour cancellation policy. Children must be at least 42” tall and ride in their own tube. Dress warmly and wear comfortable winter boots (no ski boots allowed). Operations are dependent on snow and weather conditions.

Tour Option 2 | Old Fashioned Family Tubing at Keystone


sledding-breckenridge-co189The family tubing hill is located at the Keystone Nordic Center at US Highway 6 and Elk Road. Keystone is a half hour bus ride from Dillon and Silverthorne and can also be accessed by ski shuttle from Frisco and Breckenridge. This is tubing the old-fashioned way – tubers will walk up the small hill and slide down. Family tubing is an activity that is great fun for families, especially those with young children and grandparents. Tickets may be purchased and check in is at the Keystone Nordic Center.

Cost: $16 per one hour per tube, $20 per two hours per tube
Tour Time: Daily 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM opening date is snow dependent through February, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in March
Duration: 1 or 2 hours

Important Notes: Available on a first come first served basis, no reservations taken. Driving Directions. Dress warmly and wear comfortable winter boots (no ski boots allowed). For safety reasons no personal tubes or sleds permitted at any time. Operations are dependent on snow and weather conditions.

Tour Option 1 | Tubing Copper Mountain – Coca Cola Tubing Hill


tubingcopperCopper Mountain’s Coca Cola tubing hill is located at the base of the Super Bee lift in the East Village and is serviced by the Stinger surface lift. The East Village is the third stop on the Summit Stage’s Copper Mountain route a half hour bus ride from Frisco or can be reached via ski shuttle from Breckenridge, Frisco or Keystone. There are five lanes with different gradients and tubing continues under the lights after the ski area has closed. Reservations are strongly recommended as this fun activity will book up fast. Tickets may be picked up at Copper Mountain Sports located in the Village at Copper or in the East Village in Copper Station. Check in is at Copper Mountain Sports in the East Village’s Copper Station. There is also a kid’s area called Critterland at the bottom of the tubing hill, with activities for children 6 and under, who may not be tall enough for the big hill (must be accompanied by an adult).

Cost: $28.89 per hour, $23.11 for online pre-purchase, $17.12 for Groups of 10+, $14.45 for an additional hour
Cost for Holiday Dates TBA (12/25/16 to 1/1/17, 1/14/17 to 1/15/17, 2/18/17 to 2/19/17, 3/4/17 to 3/26/17): $35.31 per hour, $28.25 discount for online pre-purchase, $23.54 (with tax) for Groups of 10+, $TBA for an additional hour
Cost for Critterland: $10.70 for children 6 and under & under 36″ tall,
Times: Varies, Open 12/15/17 for tubing and 12/15/17 for Critterland to 4/6/18, 11:00 AM open (10:00 AM for holiday dates) to 3 PM to 5:00 PM for last ride for tubing Copper Tubing Schedule and 11:00AM to 5:00 PM for Critterland (closed on select Wednesdays 1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, & 2/8,)
Duration: 1 hour Tubing, All Day Critterland with multiple entries
Included: Tube rental and access to the Stinger lift

Important Notes: Price includes tax. Arrive 30 minutes prior to ride time. Driving Directions. Children must be at least 36” tall and ride in their own tube. Dress warmly and wear comfortable winter boots. Operations are dependent on snow and weather conditions.

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