The tubing hill at Wirth Park, just behind The Trailhead, is designed for fun for all ages. During weekend days, there is an operating tow rope which brings tubers back up to the top of the hill. You bring the warm clothes, we provide the rest.
Parking is available outside The Trailhead building with more parking available at the Wirth Chalet.
Latest Tubing Hill Updates:
Rules of the Hill
- No snowboards, skis, sleds, toboggans, or tubes other than the tubes supplied by The Loppet Foundation are allowed on the hill.
- Riders must be at least five years of age and 44” tall to ride the tow rope. One person per tube.
- Riders under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Tubing Hill Passes are required at all times by all riders.
- Kids under 5 and under 44″ are invited to use our “kiddie” hill which is accessed by stairs. This small hill is right next to the larger one.
The Tubing Hill is open during scheduled hours depending upon conditions. There are times when we need to close the hill due to cold temperatures, wind chill, or icy conditions. When conditions require, the tubing hill will be closed temporarily for ski trail grooming.
Passes for tubing will be sold on a first come, first served basis at The Trailhead. Passes are not available online.
- Two-Hour Tubing Session: $17
If you’re interested in reserving space in The Trailhead to enhance your group tubing experience, please visit The Trailhead events page. (Note: space rentals are non-refundable in the case of Tubing Hill closures.)
Free sledding is available on the tenth fairway of the golf course at Theodore Wirth Park – the large hill next to the Chalet. Bring your own sled or stop by The Adventure Shop for a loaner sled! Please stay off the groomed ski trail.
Sledding hill hours are from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily.
Sledding is not allowed on the tubing hill at The Trailhead.