Snow Tubing & Sledding

Experience the thrill of playing in the snow like a kid again at one of the many snow tubing locations in South Lake Tahoe.

Fly down the hills with your family and enjoy a day of innocent fun at one of these many locations.

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Hansen’s Resort set on two acres is a 400-foot snow hill. The hill is groomed daily with high walls on both sides and a hill at the bottom to help stop you. 

 Adventure Mountain Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe is a family owned and operated sledding hill with a base elevation of 7,350 feet, with 15 machine groomed sledding runs and plenty of space for building a snowman or just playing in snowy paradise. Don’t forget to visit the lodge for a cup of hot cocoa or other delicious goodies.

Heavenly Feel the rush of snow tubing without any of the hard work! Heavenly tubing hill is over 500 feet long and has a “magic carpet” so you don’t have to drag the tub back up the hill behind you. Located at the top of the Gondola.

Sierra at Tahoe perfect your young kids this hill has a tow rope that will pull the tube and your kid back up for the next speed down, it's like two rides for the price of one. 

Sno-Parks if you have your own sled, saucer or tube then maybe one of the many sno-parks in South Lake Tahoe is the place for you. A safe and fun way for children of all ages to enjoy themselves. 

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Photo: Tammy Kay

  • Sliders should be prepared for varying weather conditions and temperatures.
  • Recommend proper winter boots with a good grip.
  • Warm winter clothing
  • Snow pants (especially for children).

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