Tackle A 10-Story-High Snow Tubing Hill At Hawksnest In North Carolina This Year

When the first real snow falls in North Carolina, it’s time to start planning some outdoor winter activities – including snow tubing. Unlike skiing and snowboarding, you don’t really need any experience or skills to go snow tubing in North Carolina. Just show up and let the tube and gravity do all the work. And when it comes to snow tubing in North Carolina, there’s no better place than the largest snow tubing park on the entire east coast, otherwise known as Hawksnest Snowtubing. If you’ve never been, then make this the season you remedy that.

Snow tubing at Hawksnest Snowtubing is limited to persons aged 3 and older. Season tickets are available. Learn more about the resort, season tickets, and all its offerings on the official website, which you can view here. Remember, Hawksnest Snowtubing is located just 14 miles west of Boone and 10 miles east of Banner Elk.

So, what do you think? Does Hawksnest Snowtubing offer some of the best snow tubing in North Carolina? Know of any other tubing hills in North Carolina? Tell us!

Looking for more things to do in this same area? Then head to Grandfather Mountain and the Mile High Swinging Bridge!

Address: Hawksnest Snow Tubing and Zipline, 2058 Skyland Dr, Seven Devils, NC 28604, USA
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Snow Tubing In North Carolina

January 11, 2022

Where else can I go snow tubing in North Carolina?

There are lots of places to go snow tubing in North Carolina. One place that you don’t want to pass up is Zip N Slip in Mars Hill. Touted as “western North Carolina’s premier snow tubing experience,” the family-owned and operated snow tubing park has been in business for more than 20 years – and for good reason. Not only does the park boast great tubing runs, but it also features a magic carpet to get riders to the top of the hill faster and a solarium with fireplace for spectators.

Are there any sled riding hills in North Carolina?

There are several sled riding hills in North Carolina, including Parkway Hill in Blowing Rock. The impressive hill is nestled among the Blue Ridge Parkway lands, so there’s plenty of space to spread out – and that’s a good thing because this hill is a local favorite and often draws huge crowds. Perfect for thrill-seekers of all sorts, there are two routes down the hill – one with a gentler slope and another with a steeper, faster descent. Learn more about this popular sledding hill in North Carolina here.

Are there any ski resorts in North Carolina?

There’s no better place to ride out the winter weather than one of the many amazing ski resorts in North Carolina. And as far as resorts go, Sugar Mountain Resort can’t be beat. Not only does it boast the state’s largest ski area and vertical drop, but it’s also home to the best and most varied terrain. And though skiing is what it’s known for, that’s not all the resort has to offer. There are plenty of other things to do, including tubing, ice skating, and snowshoeing. Also among the ski resorts in North Carolina, Wolf Ridge Ski Resort in Mars Hill might be on the smaller side, but it’s got lots to offer, including premier skiing and snowboarding, a tube run, rustic lodge, and on-site eatery.

Address: Hawksnest Snow Tubing and Zipline, 2058 Skyland Dr, Seven Devils, NC 28604, USA