Searching for a winter adventure that’s ideal for the entire family, away from the ski resort hustle? Look no further than the excitement of sledding or tubing in Breckenridge and beyond!

Escape the crowds and embrace the joy of the great outdoors with a thrilling day of sledding or tubing. Whether you’re racing down snowy slopes or spinning through tubing hills, you’re guaranteed to make some unforgettable memories. And the best part? You don’t need fancy gear or lift tickets. Just swing by the Activities Desk, grab a sled for a mere $5, and let the fun begin! For even more high-speed thrills, check out the tubing hills in Frisco and Keystone. Winter adventure awaits—let’s slide into it together!

Carter Park

Carter Park has a free, walk-up, sled-down hill located four blocks east of Main Street near the Breckenridge Elementary School. Didn’t bring your own sled? Check out the “sled shed” and borrow a sled left behind from a previous family! The park offers stunning mountain views, bathroom facilities, and picnic tables where you can share a snack. Don’t forget to bring your furry family members also. Carter Park has an amazing dog park adjacent to the sledding hill.

  • Location: 300 S. High Street, Breckenridge, CO 80424
  • Hours: Daylight Hours
  • Cost: Free!

Runway Sledding Hill

The Runway Sledding Hill is a walk-up man-made hill located off Airport Road on Fraction Drive. This sledding hill is located adjacent to the Airport Road parking lot, which is serviced by the Red and Yellow Routes of the Breck Free Ride. The hill is not serviced by any lifts or magic carpets, so bring your sled and get your steps in! There are no facilities on-site, but be sure to stop by Coa Cantina or Breckenridge Distillery for a snack after your fun on the hill.

  • Location: 51 Fraction Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424
  • Hours: Daylight Hours
  • Cost: Free!

Frisco Adventure Park

The Frisco Adventure Park, located off Highway 9 on your way toward Breckenridge, is a great place for some snow tubing fun! There are several lanes available, serviced by a magic carpet, so you can get plenty of laps in during your allotted time. There are a variety of lanes, from mellower to steeper, so your entire group can enjoy themselves. Riders must be at least 36 inches tall and cannot share tubes.

  • Location: 621 Recreation Way, Frisco, CO 80443
  • Hours: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; closed Tuesday-Wednesday
  • Cost: $32-$36/hour

Keystone Mountaintop Tubing

Mountaintop Snow Tubing at Keystone Resort is a great place to enjoy the Summit County views and high-speed tubing thrills! Check-in in the River Run base area, take the gondola to the top of the mountain, find your way to Adventure Point, and let the fun begin! The tubing lanes are serviced for a magic carpet, so you can easily get to the top of the hill. Riders must be at least 42 inches tall, cannot share a tube, and a lift ticket or pass is required.

  • Location: 100 Dercum Square, Keystone, CO 80435
  • Hours: 10:15 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
  • Cost: 1 run $20, 3 runs $47, 5 runs $68

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