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Fraser Tubing Hill, Fraser

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Took the boys here for some fun in the snow and WOW, they had a blast. Staff was friendly and the prices were so so. But worth the payment. Definitely have to visit this place if youre in the area!  more »
  • We arrived in Winter Park late on a Sunday afternoon. We were too late for skiing, but we had enough to get outside on the snow. So, we opted for a trip to the Fraser Tubing Hill. It was reasonably pr...  more »
  • We were regretting not skiing after it snowed all night so we ventured over to the tubing hill. All bundled up we thought were prepared but nothing could prepare us for the thrill of flying down the h...  more »
Google
  • Call ahead to reserve tubes! Good family fun. Very low-tech system for renting tubes, but the tubes themselves were in good shape as were the lifts and slopes.
  • My family had a blast tubing! We go almost every year and this year we went to the newer hill that's right next to the original. The magic carpet transportation thing they had to get people to the top is pretty genius and easy to get on and off of. Staff seemed happy to be there and very helpful.
  • What a disaster..... literally no one takes any direction around here. You walk in and have to ask what youre supposed to do. No signs navigating the check in process... so we walk in fill out a waiver form and stand "in line" for a good 40 minutes. All the while we keep hearing numbers called out. We finally ask (again) if there's more we should be doing to check in, then someone behind the counter tells us that we were supposed to put our name on the waiting list! Not one single employee could have said this to me or the at least ten other groups who were all scratching their heads wondering what to do.... so we put our name on the waiting list and now there's a 1.5 hour wait. It gets pretty frustrating seeing large groups who got there at least an hour after you did getting their tubes before you because no one knows how to run this place. Then after I go up to the desk for the billionth time I'm told I'm next, so I call my husband in side with the kids, then what do you know, it's not our turn after all and we have to wait for a group of 17 that takes priority for whatever reason. Another 15 minute wait. Finally get our tubes and go outside. The only reason I'm giving this place even three stars is because once you've wasted half your day and finally get to tube, it's a freaking blast. The guys handling the "lift" are very friendly and polite. The hill is maintained and smooth.
  • Best place to go tubing! They stay open until 10 p.m. so it is one of the latest open spots to go tubing. My advice go after 5 during peak season to get a tube in a decent amount of time. The staff was friendly and we waited for only about 10 minutes from the time we walked in to get a tube and start sliding. We drove almost 3 hours to go tubing here and it was worth it.
  • So much fun! Scary at first but once you go down the first time u will do it again and again!