Tubing at Beaver Meadows
Fri-Sun (12/9 - 12/17) 10AM - 4PM
Daily (12/22 - 1/7/2023) 10AM - 4PM
Closed Christmas Day
We look forward to seeing you again soon for another memorable season of tubing. The tubing hill will reopen Saturday, December 9th!
Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch is home to the oldest and longest running snow tube park in Colorado, and we’re proud to be the #1 destination for snow tubers across the state! We have 12 snow tube runs that range from gentle to EXTREME. Kids under 36″ can enjoy our free BYOS (bring your own sled) kiddie hill, and everyone can enjoy our warming shed and outdoor bon-fire at the bottom of the lift in-between runs.
You think you’ve snow tubed before. You haven’t snow tubed until you tubed the Beav!
Get a head start and print out a Winter Release Form for your group and sign it and bring it with you. Before access is granted to the tube park a Safety Briefing is REQUIRED and will be provided by staff.
PASSES – Please read our ticket purchasing policies.
Snow Tube Park with multiple runs
Helmets are recommended but not required. Bring your own snowmobile, ski or snowboarding helmet to participate in our winter activities, or rentals are available from our Sports Shop. NO bicycle helmets – the helmet needs to cover the sides of the wearers head.
Helmet Rental Pricing
Helmet Quick Pass (2 hrs.)
$10 per helmet
Helmet Half-Day Pass
$19 per helmet
Helmet All Day Pass
$25 per helmet
Worried about lugging a snow tube up and down a hill in the snow? Well don’t — we’ve got you covered! Just a couple of quick rules about our snow tube lift and you’ll be ready for the most fun you’re going to have this winter.
Children must be able to grasp both tube handles (approximately 36-38″ apart) to ride the Snow Tube Park. For parents of children too small we have a split pass.
We have single and double snow tubes (included in pass price).
Please remember when visiting the mountains to come prepared for changing winter alpine conditions and follow all CDOT guidelines for proper tires and chains for your own safety. For any questions, please visit the CDOT CDOT website.