I love snow-tubing. I can't ski. I can't skate. But, I can snow tube like no one's business! Everyone can. Snow tubing is FUN! Dress WARM.

Check out 4 awesome places to go snow tubing and make a day of it.

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Suncadia Resort

Located at 3600 Suncadia Trail, Cle Elum, WA 98922. According to their website and Facebook:

With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, Suncadia’s wealth of activities make for a perfect Pacific Northwest escape.

The cost is $10 per tube. There are session times, so it's not over-crowded. 10-11am, 11:30am-12:30pm, 1-2pm, 2:30-3:30pm, and 4-5pm. Call (866) 904-6300.

The Summit at Snoqualmie

Located at 1001 WA-906, Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068. There are more than 20 tubing lanes during the peak of the season and a covered lift to take you back to the top. The Summit Tubing Park is not yet open for the 2021-22 season. Tickets will go on sale once opening day is announced. For more information, go here.

Hyak Sno-Park

Located on Iron Horse Trl at Snoqualmie Pass, 98068. You will need a permit. Information can be found here. Reviews are pretty good on Yelp.

We've been here a few times. It's a fun place to take the kids if you go at the right time. A few things to know before going: weekends are really crowded. The sled area is somewhat chaotic when it gets busy. There is no rope tow. You'll need to bring your own food. You'll need to bring your own sled. Yes, there are heated bathrooms but the lines can be long when it's busy.

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Echo Valley Ski Area

Located near Chelan at 1700 Cooper Gulch Road, Manson, WA 988301. Call 509-687-3167. Open daily 10 am till 4 pm. Get information here. From Google Reviews:

I love this place. It's great for kids and families. Everyone is super friendly. If you want great snow and lots of vertical, this is not your place. If you want a place where your kids can learn without breaking the bank then this IS the place to come. It's so close to Chelan. Very convenient.

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