Take This Missouri Tube Ride For An Epic Winter Adventure
Every year, Missourians go crazy for the snow tubing at Snow Creek — it just makes the winter so (or snow) much more enjoyable. Because while the shoveling and hazardous roads are no fun, there’s just so much to do outdoors during the winter in Missouri! Sled riding down backyard and neighborhood park hills, gliding around outdoor ice rinks, starting snowball fights, and, zipping down a massive hill on a snow tube, for example. What could be better? Snow Creek, that’s what. Plan your winter adventure on this epic snow tubing course in Missouri.
Have you ever been tubing at Snow Creek? Do you have a favorite place to go snow tubing in Missouri? Sound off on all things related to snow tubing in Missouri in the comments below! Then, click here to read about another thrilling tube ride in Missouri.
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Where else can I go snow tubing in Missouri?
In addition to the snow tubing at Snow Creek, we're absolutely obsessed with the winter offerings at Hidden Valley Ski Resort in Wildwood. Hidden Valley is one of the largest ski resorts in Missouri, and it is conveniently located just 30 minutes from St. Louis. The sky's the limit when it comes to winter fun, too: head over to Polar Plunge Tubing Park when you’re ready for an adrenaline rush on their amazing snow tubing hills. Some folks like it so much, they purchase a season pass which includes one-three hour tubing session each operating day -- talk about commitment! And in terms of superlatives, Hidden Valley Ski Resort also boasts the longest snow tubing run in Missouri with its 1,000-foot, 16-lane run. What a fun place to visit!
What are some other winter activities in Missouri?
We absolutely adore winter hiking in Missouri. We bundle up, layer on our socks, grab some hand warmers, and hit the trails! You'll find some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Show-Me State during the coldest months of the year; the Mina Sauk Falls Trail, for example, carries the possibility of seeing a frozen waterfall! This trail in Taum Mountain State Park comes in at just under three miles, making it the perfect length for a winter hike. However, be prepared for a challenging hike, especially during the winter when there’s snow and ice. Wear sturdy boots and bundle up for the hike that promises sensational views of a potentially frozen Mina Sauk Falls. It will take your breath away!