Camelback Mountain Adventures, Tannersville

(3.9/5 based on 220 reviews on the web)
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  • We did the coaster ride here Its awesome and real fun for all ages. You also get the control the small cars on its speed which makes it more entertaining  more »
  • I went in December in the week between Christmas and new year. Was with snow good! It's not a complex big ski, but well that wasn't crowded. One difficulty is to find a table in the food court at lunch time. Opening of the mountain this time of year is the 8:00 to the 10:00 pm!! The 5:00 pm is already dark, but the whole mountain is lit! There are 2 interesting packages: one with access throughout the mountain to the top by 3 days for 129 dollars, but without material included. Another option for beginners is explorer card, with 3 days access to the lower part of the mountain, ski/snowboard rental in 3 days and 3 group lessons; all for $179. Worth a visit, especially for beginners.
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  • This review is specifically about Snow Tubing activity. The activity in itself is quite enjoyable. We had the 4PM session tickets, each session is allowed for 3 hours. You pay $35 for this- adult or c...  more »
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  • The adventures offered are pretty fun. The mountain coaster is an alpine slide, a sled on rails whose speed is controlled by the rider. This can be a lot of fun, but I but beware the slow rider in front - although they space the riders out quite a bit, we saw a person who ended up causing a pretty good traffic jam. There are also several sets of zip lines, a shorter pair that start and end on premises, and a longer pair for which one needs to take a shuttle. They're both pretty high up in the canopy. There's also a canopy walk, though we didn't get to check it out; and there is a free fall from a tower that we also skipped. Many of these activities are not little kid friendly - this adventure park is more for the 10 and up set, though one can have younger kids ride in an adult's lap on the mountain coaster. But there is a "panning station", a trough of flowing water with serves. For a few dollars, one can buy a bag of sand to sift in the trough, revealing a good handful of interesting rocks and minerals. This went over pretty huge with our rock hounds. Be warned: this entertainment does not come cheap. We drop a whole lot of money for the few hours we were there. But a food time was had.
  • We did the long high ropes course and it was a lot of fun. You get to do a lot of little zip lines along the course, so I think skipping the long zip line is actually a good idea. We did the long zip line but it's honestly not that great. The little ones in the high ropes course were more fun.
  • The zip line was really cool. We did the big 4000 ft and the shorter 1000 foot zips. It was really windy which made it even more intense. Can't wait to go back and do it again.
  • It was expensive for the little time we were there, but never the less the family had lots of fun zip lining. Highly recommend trying it out if you have not.
  • This course was a joke for my 8 year old. It's small and in the middle of high tension wires. Where are the trees? They claim it's 2 hours. That's because you have to wait for all of the little kids to go before you. If you have done a course before this course will be a complete and total disappointment. Absolutely not worth the money. You should be ashamed Camelback!