Snow tubing is fun for the whole family!
Sit on our provided tube as the rope tow pulls you to the top and then sends you gliding down the 100-foot hill. This is perfect a perfect group or family activity. No skill is required. Don't forget to enjoy our snacks and hot chocolate from the Ski Hill Lodge! For more general inquiries email [email protected].
Tubes are provided with the purchase of your ticket.
Tickets are not available for purchase ahead of time and must be purchased when you arrive at Ski Hill ticket booth.
Check our Conditions page for today's operating schedule.
Check the Ski Hill webcam to see how the line is faring.
The tubing hill is available for private rental during times when we are not open to the public.
Email [email protected] for more info about private parties.
Did You Know?
The tubing park is named in honor of LT Michael Adams, a graduate of Westpoint, who was killed in March 2004 while serving in Iraq. The tube lift was purchased in a large part with a donation from the Adams family and friends.
Tubing Park Information
A liability waiver is required of all participants. You can fill it out ahead of time.
Please read below for answers to questions you may have about the Lt. Michael Adams Tubing Park.
1) How old does my child have to be to go tubing?
a. Eight years old is a good threshold, however kids as young as 4 years old have enjoyed the experience. Regardless of age, all tubers must be able to ride independently and follow verbal and/or written instruction.
2) Can my child sit in my lap on the tube?
a. No. All Tubers must ride independently.
3) How will I know if I or my child will like it?
a. We offer a 1-Time-Free trial ride prior to purchasing a ticket.
b. A Liability Waiver must be signed to get a 1-Time-Free trial.
4) What is the Price?
a. All Tubers pay the same posted price - the price is the same regardless of age.
b. No Family Tickets or Group discounts.
c. Active Military receive a discount.
5) How long can I tube?
a. A Tubing Ticket is good for 6 runs throughout the day on which your pass was purchased.
6) Can I purchase Tubing Tickets online?
a. No. Tickets must be purchased from the Ticket Booth at Ski Hill.
7) Can I make a reservation?
a. No Reservations - just come purchase your ticket at the Ticket Booth when you get here.
8) When does the Session Start?
a. Your session starts when you purchase your ticket. Your ticket is good for 6 runs throughout the day of purchase.
9) How does it work?
a. It works like a water park, the person with the tube hands it to the next person in line.
10) Do I need to bring my own tube?
a. No. The tube is provided with your Tubing Ticket and is specific to the Tube Lift.
11) Do I need any special clothing?
a. Dress according to the weather - a hat, gloves, jacket and winter footwear is recommended.
12) How do I find Leavenworth Ski Hill?
a. Address is: 10701 Ski Hill Drive, Leavenworth, WA 98826
b. In Leavenworth on Hwy 2, turn North onto Ski Hill Drive. Stay on Ski Hill Drive approximately 1.5 miles.