The Longest Snow Tubing Run In Missouri Can Be Found At Hidden Valley Ski Resort
Three cheers for winter! Winter days offer so much fun – whether we prefer curling up in front of a fire as the snow tumbles down, or we like action-packed excitement that lets us enjoy the cold winter air. Add some thrills to your winter by zipping down the longest snow tubing run in Missouri. (Don’t worry. You can hitch a ride back to the top.)
Have you ever zipped down the longest snow tubing run in Missouri? Share your experience in the comments! Up for some more snow tubing fun in Missouri? Plan a visit to Snow Creek in Weston this winter.
Snow Tubing In Missouri
Are there any ski resorts in Missouri?
Wintertime’s all about getting outdoors and enjoying all of that snow in Missouri. Whether we feel like sled riding or skiing, we can find plenty of places to spend those leisurely winter days. One of the best ski resorts in Missouri, Snow Creek Mountain Resort in Weston boasts a ton to do for the whole family. Spend your day gliding down the mountain on skis. Or, if you prefer an adrenaline rush like no other, go snow tubing. When you need a break to warm up, relax, and grab a bite to eat, head into the Snow Creek Café, the Creek Side Pizzeria, or the Last Run Bar.
What are the best sled riding hills in Missouri?
No matter how old we are, winter is for the fun of childhood – snowball fights, making snowmen, and sled riding. We have an abundance of sled riding hills in Missouri, perfect for a winter morning or afternoon of fun. Art Hill in Forest Park in St. Louis, for example, offers a ton of space and a hill that’s perfect for zipping down all day long. Cardiac Hill at Southeast Missouri State University will get your adrenaline rushing. It really does live up to its name of Cardiac Hill. Sullivan City Lake Park, Keystone Park in Blue Springs, and Doling Park in Springfield all offer epic sledding hills, too.
What are fun things to do in winter in Missouri?
We have a ton to do in winter in Missouri, especially if we like spending time outdoors. You can’t go wrong, for example, on a picturesque hike, especially after a fresh snowfall. Shaw Nature Reserve in Grey Summit offers a series of hiking trails while Prairie State Park is perfect if you want to run into wildlife, including buffalo as they meander through the park. If you’ve seen Mina Sauk Falls, the tallest waterfall in Missouri, as it flows during the warmer months, you’ll definitely want to head over to get a glimpse of it frozen.