The park for snow tubing Snoqualmie is 500 feet long with a 40 foot vertical drop. There are over 20 tubing lanes with a covered surface lift to bring you back to the top. Enjoy one or more 2 hour sessions for a winter thrill! There is a Spring splash event at the end of the season (generally April).
Snow Tubing Snoqualmie Experience
You should arrive 45-60 minutes prior to your session. You can’t print tickets purchased online – still need to checkin and get a physical ticket to put on your jacket. Food and restrooms are available at the Lodge at the top before you go inside the tubing area. The menu is limited and no alcoholic beverages are served. It’s only two hours and there are plenty of other options to eat once you’re done.
Once inside the tubing area, listen to a quick rules summary, select your tube, and off you go! Employees are available to give you a push and/or spin if you want it. Once at the bottom, you have the choice of waiting in the line for the covered lift to the top or walk it back up. Just like with skiing, on crowded days, the lines can get quite long at the lift.
Location, Parking, and Tickets
From North Bend, take I-90 eastbound to Snoqualmie Pass, then take Exit 53. Turn right at the end of the off ramp, then left on Route 906. Follow 906 for 0.6 miles and turn left into the Summit Central Main Parking Lot. This is just below the main lodges. The Tubing Park is across the street from Summit Central.
Snow Tubing Snoqualmie Parking
There are two lots for the Tubing Park. The lower lot is at the south end of the Summit Central main parking lot next to the lower ticket booth. The upper lot is near overflow parking next to the Tubing Park Lodge. Alternatively, there is an entrance across the street from the Silver Fir.
Hours and Tickets
The Summit Tubing Park is open Friday through Sunday and all week during the holidays (2 weeks Christmas and New Years, 1 week Martin Luther King, Long President’s Day weekend.
Purchase tickets by the session. Each session is two hours long. Space is limited by session so on crowded days, there might not be any walk up tickets. Or tickets may be only available for the evening sessions. It’s best to purchase in advance online to guarantee your spot. Tickets may be cancelled and refunded up to 48 hours prior.
Only Summit Tubing Park’s equipment can be used here. If you want to use your own, go to the hill at the Hyak Sno-Park.