The winter wonderland in Whistler brings with it some exciting family oriented activities, like snow-sliding (aka tubing) on Blackcomb Mountain. Whistler Blackcomb’s Coca Cola Tube Park puts the fun in snow sliding, with a convenient state-of-the-art conveyer lift that will carry you back up to the top of the sliding lanes, rather than dredging back up by foot, like we did when we were kids.
You will find some fun for everyone at Whistler Blackcomb Tube Park, including a mini-tube area where children who are over 36” tall can experience some age-appropriate tubing and six to eight 1000’ lanes, with runs that all vary in difficulty. You do not need to bring any skills to the tube park – just bring your family and get ready for some thrilling winter sport fun! Nanny Erica took a trip to Whistler Blackcomb Tube Park to check it out and she said that it was packed with families having a blast together, laughing, tubing, and racing in the snow. She found out that the tickets vary in pricing and can be purchased in one or two hour increments, according to age, for the Whistler Blackcomb Tube Park.
Nanny Erica mentions that you need to make sure to bundle the children up so that you all can enjoy as many hours as possible at the Whistler Blackcomb Tube Park. Be sure to bring ski pants, mittens, hats, and snow boots. The tube park stays open in the evening, after the lifts shut down, and you don’t want to miss out on the evening tubing because someone gets cold!
Hours of Operation:
Dec 18, 2010 – Apr 17, 2011
Monday to Friday: 12pm to 8 pm
Weekends: 11am to 8 pm