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Snow Play, Tubing and Sledding

Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain and Big Bear Snow Play are open for the winter season!

Snow tubing in Southern California's premier winter wonderland is the ultimate outdoor family outing that creates memories to last a lifetime! Each area has magic carpet rides that transport riders to the top of the slope. Now with belly up and bum down, hop on your snow tube and race your friends to the bottom!

Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain

This year-round entertainment center becomes a tubing wonderland every winter! Top of the line snow making equipment makes it possible for visitors to enjoy tubing earlier in the season, even before any natural snow arrives.

Phone: 909-866-4626
Day Sessions: 10 AM - 4 PM daily
Glow Tubing: 5 - 9 PM Fri, Sat, and Holidays
General Admission:
$35
Small Child Ticket:
$20

Cash Only!

Big Bear Snow Play

Race down the longest tubing hills in Southern California! Nightly snow making and grooming keeps these slopes in peak condition all season long.

Phone: 909-585-0075
Day Sessions: 10 AM - 4 PM daily
Glow Tubing:
5 - 9 PM Fri, Sat, and Holidays
General Admission:
$35
Small Child Ticket:
$20

Cash Only!

Grizzly Ridge Tube Park

Big Bear Mountain Resort offers snow tubing adventures right at the base of Snow Summit!

Glow Tubing

Experience even more magic when you snow tube at night! When the sun goes down, the neon lights come on sweeping the slopes with color and an ultra-cool vibe. It's much colder at night, so dress in layers for warmth. Be sure to bring a change of clothes so when the fun is done, no one has to ride back to the cabin in wet clothes. Both Alpine Slide and Big Bear Snowplay are open for night tubing on Fridays, Saturdays, and Holidays beginning Nov. 29 from 5 - 9 PM.

Snow Play Safety

Snow play outside of tubing hills is permitted on public property which includes the National Forest, parks, and picnic areas. If you choose to enjoy snow in these areas, please be courteous and remember:

  • Sledding near and into streets is extremely dangerous as cars use roadways year-round.
  • Sledding or playing on lake ice is both illegal and life threatening.
  • Trespassing on private property is illegal at all times.
  • Do not leave broken sleds behind in parks, picnic areas, or other National Forest areas.
  • Do not leave trash behind in parks, picnic areas, or other National Forest areas.
  • Do not use turnouts to park for snow play. Other travelers will need them to put chains on, to let other drivers pass, and to pull over for emergencies.
  • See additional Visitor Safety >>>
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