Let's have some fun in the snow! Fraser Tubing Hill has been in business for 38 years and offers a steep, long hill! All of the tubes are equipped with a tow rope for easy return to the top of the hill on their tow type lift system. I observed people tubing when we were there for the hot sulphur springs and moonlight snowshoe. It looks like a lot of fun!
Cost Per Person: $16 for 60 minutes or $22 for 90 minutes - you choose. They only accept cash and checks - NO CREDIT CARDS
Click here to print discount coupons $2 off 60 minutes; $3 off 90 minutes
Waiver Form: Click here to download and print the Waiver - fill this out before you arrive to make the process faster. The sooner you get checked in, the sooner you'll be out on the hill.
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Weather: It's Colorado, so watch the weather and dress for the weather. If in doubt, bring a small duffle bag with all your options! Always bring extra layers, a warm wind/moisture resistant jacket, gloves, hat, neck gaiter, poles, micro spikes and whatever else you need to make this an enjoyable experience. Please - No cotton or jeans for winter activities.
Directions: The Original Fraser Tubing Hill is located at 455 County Road 72, Fraser, CO 80442. Traveling from Denver, take I-70 west to Exit 232 onto Highway 40. Pass the Winter Park Ski Resort and continue through the Town of Winter Park.
At the stoplight in Fraser by Safeway, turn left onto County Road 72. After the railroad underpass, STAY LEFT. The Fraser Tubing Hill is on the right at the top of the hill.
Optional Tailgate Potluck: After tubing, let's meet in the Fraser Hill parking lot for a tailgate potluck (weather permitting). Bring a substantial snack to share and your favorite hot/cold drink. Also, bring your own camp chair, a plate, bowl, cup, napkin and utensils.
Carpooling: Meet at 8:30 at Wooly Mammoth, Section CC (across from the Conoco) where we'll form some carpools. The parking lot is located off Interstate 70, Exit 259.
Important Note: This is a participate at your own risk event!
Life is risky. I am not a professional guide. By signing up for this event you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your own safety.
See you there!