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Colorado Adventure Park, Fraser

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  • Our kids loved this. Such a nice break from skiing. The got spoiled on the escalator that takes you to the top. You can link up tubes so you can all come down together. This was a great family place a...  more »
  • You'll want to have a reservation and get there early. If they run out of tubes you'll have to wait for someone else to be finished. Once you get on the hill it's a blast! Skip taking it slow and caut...  more »
  • My friends and I had a lot of fun. This was the first time we were ziplining. So, we did not know what to expect. The instructors were very patient and a lot funny. They explained to us everything we ...  more »
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  • The view driving through the mountains was fabulous and breath taking! When we arrived to Winter Park we weren't in a rush because we were taking pictures and drooling over how awesome the view was! Here is south Texas we don't see snow but every 5 to 10 years and it melts too quickly to really enjoy it. So as we got into the little shack to purchase our tickets we noticed chaos with kids running around and confused faces on adults wondering what to do first. We got through it within an hour then got to go play. The conveyer belt didn't hold the tubes very well so it took all we had to hold it until we reached the top. My five year old nephew struggled yet he never gave up. He could have played on that hill from sun up to sun down if we let him. The cold didn't bother him one bit. This was a fun experience and I hope to return next winter. If you've never been I highly recommend you to go!
  • Fun place to do snow tubing for kids and adults together. They had multiple easy and difficult slopes for different levels of fun! Appreciate the Magic lift which took us up the slopes effortlessly.
  • Great tubing, lots of fun for a group. A great place to conquer your fear of heights!
  • Awesome except get there early if you want to rent a tube on holiday- went on a holiday Friday, showed up about noon and there was a 2 hour wait for at tube. Cute little hump of snow near the parking lot so we grabbed a plastic container cover and the kids played and had fun... for free- overall, better deal
  • Book online and arrive early! This place is SO much more organized and offers online booking. The hills were super FAST and fun! I HIGHLY recommend booking online and getting there before noon. As long as the lines were at noon, in an hour, we got in about 5 runs. If you get there earlier, you might be able to get in more. They have digital check in when you arrive (in the event you did not book online) and a coffee shop inside. We really enjoyed it. But it was crowded. We arrived around noon and there was a short line and check in was easy. When we left at 1:15, there was a line out the door and the parking lot was full.