Polar Blast Tubing
Cruise down the basic chutes... plummet down the steep chutes... whoosh across the bumps... catch a little bit of air...
No matter what gets your adrenaline going, you'll find it at the Polar Blast Snow Tubing Park!
- Up to 20 tubing lanes
- More than 3 football fields in length
- 11 state-of-the-art SMI snowmaking fan guns to keep the chutes stocked with snow
- 2 Conveyor lifts to take you effortlessly back up to the top for more--you simply step on and enjoy the ride
- A new lodge building that provides a place to stop in and enjoy a snack, or warm up with a cup of hot chocolate on a snowy day
- A full service snack bar with hot dogs, soup, sandwiches, hot chocolate, coffee and sodas
Snow Tubing Prices
The snow tubing session pricing below includes your access to the snow tubing chutes, and snow tubes are provided for you at the tubing hill. Access to the conveyor lift--which makes getting back up to the top of the hill effortless--is also included.
Before you go...
It's always a good idea to check the Snow Report page to verify the hours for snow tubing on that day, before you head out to the tubing park. Click here for directions to Polar Blast Snow Tubing, located next to Brandywine Ski Resort. Please note that we do NOT allow picnic baskets, brown bags, or any other outside food to be brought into the lodge at Polar Blast.
SNOW TUBING OPTIONS
Regular Session - Any 3 hours
Available during REGULAR HOURS
Unlimited All Day Session
From open-close of a single day.
Unlimited Tubing Season Pass
Good for an All Day tubing session any day Polar Blast or Alpine Valley Snow Tubing is open.
Snow Tubing Hours
Snow Tubing FAQ's:
What not to wear
Helmets and ski boots are not allowed while tubing.
How old do you have to be to enjoy a ride on a snow tube at Polar Blast?
Anyone can snow tube. There is no minimum or maximum age--we've seen smiles on snow tubers from age 2 to age 80! As long as a person is able to ride in his or her own tube down the snow tubing hill, they can snow tube at Polar Blast.
Do I have to walk back up to the top of the hill?
No. Our two conveyor lifts at Polar Blast will give you a ride back up to the top. Think of them as moving sidewalks that go uphill... you simply step onto the conveyor at the bottom, and then step off onto the snow once your effortless ride to the top is complete!
Can two people share a snow tube?
Every snow tuber must ride on his or her own tube. However... Tubers are allowed to go down the chutes together in a group; the maximum number of tubers allowed to go down a paritcular chute at once depends on the current conditions.
When is the best time to go snow tubing?
That depends on what you're looking for...
If you want some speed: Evenings (like our EXTREME Tubing nights) are typically a little faster once the sun goes down and the temperatures drop. However, conditions and speed varies due to time of day, temperature and other weather factors, traffic on the chutes, snowmaking and grooming, and other factors.
If you want to snow tube at a quieter time of the day: Sunday mornings often have the least amount of snow tubers. Of course, there is no way for us to tell when the snow tubing crowd is going to arrive, so we can't guarantee you a quiet time of the day... but the good news is that when it comes to snow tubing, the old saying, "The more, the merrier!" definitely applies!
What do we wear snow tubing?
Whether watching or sliding, you'll be in the outdoors so remember to dress warmly.
- The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers: The exterior protection layer of a shell and pants serves as your guard against the elements and should be waterproof.
- Cover your head--with a hat, hood or both--as this is where most of your body heat escapes.
- Keep your hands warm by wearing gloves (preferably waterproof) that fit well.
- Other essentials are warm socks and sunscreen. (Sunscreen isn't just for summer, you know.) Being prepared to be outside helps ensure that you will have the best time you can while you're out playing in the snow!