South Lake Tahoe Sledding, Tubing and Snowparks

Lake Tahoe Tubing Snowparks

Do you dare venture outside for some South Lake Tahoe sledding, tubing and snowpark  adventure? Well of course! Winter in Lake Tahoe brings with it plenty of outdoor excitement. What a better way to spend your day with the family as everyone screams down the sledding hill. There are a lot of great choices from the business run snowparks like Hansens Resort Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill, Echo Summit Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe, Sierra-at-Tahoe Tubing Hill and Heavenly’s Adventure Peak play area. If locating the best “free” snowpark is more your speed then take a drive to Spooner Summit and join the other folks who like living on the edge!

With a base elevation of base elevation of 7,300 feet, Echo Summit Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe located in South Lake Tahoe is the area’s premier machine groomed sledding and snow play resort. Echo Summit Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe is the highest... More Details

Hansens-Resort Snow Tubing Lake Tahoe

Hansens Resort Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill is approximately 400 ft long and is fun for all ages. You will find a convenient walkway up the side of the run that makes for an easier way back to the top even for the little ones. Easy to view area for parents... More Details

Summer at Heavenly Adventure Peak Enjoy a vacation with the whole family at Heavenly Adventure Peak, located mid Mountain at Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe. Begin your journey with a trip up the mountain in a Heavenly Scenic Gondola Ride located... More Details

Located at on Highway 50 east of Echo Summit is Sierra at Tahoe offering one of Lake Tahoe’s most enjoyed tubing hills with lift system. It’s great for those who don’t ski, but want the “snow” experience. Sierra-at-Tahoe’s... More Details

This large park area is located at the top of Spooner Summit at the corner of Hwy 50 and Hwy 28 on your way from South Lake Tahoe to Carson City, Nevada. This is a “bring your own equipment” hill that is not maintained. On any winter day you... More Details

This short little hill is mostly for small children and timid new beginners. The crowds are light and lots of beginner fun.  More Details