Tubing is Open For The 2018/2019 Season
If you like sledding, you will love snow tubing. Imagine the thrill of sliding down a snowy run and then effortlessly riding a moving sidewalk back up. Tubes are provided and a conveyor surface lift is available for you to ride up the hill. No experience or special equipment is needed. Just hop in our tube and enjoy the ride.
Click Here To Download Tubing Release From. These are also available and can be filled out at the Tubing Area.
Spring Tubing Hours
Saturday, March 16: 10am-7pm
Sunday, Mar 17th: 12pm-6pm
Saturday, March 23: 11am-5pm
Sunday, March 24th: 12pm-4pm
Regular Season Hours
|Fridays||5pm - 9pm|
|Saturdays||10am - 7pm|
|Sundays||12pm - 6pm|
|Dec. 24: ($15 all day passes)||12pm - 4pm|
|Dec. 25:||1pm - 5pm|
|Dec 26 -27||12pm - 6pm|
|Dec 28 (Friday)||12pm - 9pm|
|Dec 31 - Jan 1||12pm - 6pm|
|Monday, Jan 21 & Monday Feb. 18||12pm - 4pm|
2018-2019 Tubing Rates
$19.00 for 2 hours - all ages (tube rental included) - PURCHASE ONLINE AND SAVE 10%
$3.00 for each additional hour
***NOTE*** There is not a small children's hill, we recommend children be 42" or taller.
**Downhill Discount!! Show that day's Lift Ticket to purchase a Special 1 Hour Tube Ticket for only $5 on the same day.
**Show your Trollhaugen season pass at tubing hill and get Tube Ticket for half price!!
Tubing Birthday Parties At Trollhaugen
$100 - 2 hours of tubing for 8 participants, includes optional cupcakes for participants and 1 reserved table
each additional tuber - $11
Available on Fridays 5p-9p, Saturdays 3p-7p, Sundays 3p-6p
Snow Tubing FAQ:
What are your general rules?
All participants ("tubers") must use our snow tubes
There can only be 1 tuber per tube
We recommend all tubers be 42" or higher, (parent's discretion)
Ski boots are not allowed on the tubing hill or on the conveyor lift with the exception of Ski Patrol
We ask that participants not walk, sit, kneel, or run on the conveyor lift, please remain standing
Before tubing down a tubing lane, make sure the lane is clear of any other tubers before descending.
When exiting your lane, look uphill before crossing any other lanes
What is your chaining policy?
Chaining is the act of linking tubes together so multiple tubers can tube down a snow-tube lane. We typically allow chains of 2 to 8 depending on the conditions of the snow tubing hill. We reserve the right to limited certain lanes or the entire hill to only one tuber per lane.
Can my young child sit in my lap?
No, each participant must be in their own tube. Furthermore the tubing is recommended for heights of 42" and up. The lanes can be fast and may frighten some children. However, parents are the best gauge as to whether their child is ready for or will enjoy the tubing hill. We do have smaller tubes available for children. Each participant must pay for admission and tube rental and there is only one base rate.