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 or snowboarding, you don’t really need any experience or skills to go tubing in the snow. Just show up and let the tube and gravity do all the work. Most people don’t realize the largest snow tubing park on the entire east coast is found right here in North Carolina. If you’ve never been to Hawksnest, then make this the season you check it out!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Snow tubing at Hawksnest is limited to persons aged 3 and older. Tickets for the 2020-21 season are $33 per person. You can book online at this link. At present, the resort is slated to be open this weekend (December 4,5, and 6, 2020), but check with the resort before making the journey just to confirm they are open. Learn more about the whole resort from the official website for Hawksnest.

Hawksnest is located 14 miles west of Boone and 10 miles east of Banner Elk. For more things to do in this same area, head to Grandfather Mountain and the Mile High Swinging Bridge!

Address: 2058 Skyland Dr, Seven Devils, NC 28604, USA