Traditional snow tubing or sledding for a few hours will run you around $100.00 – $120.00 for the same family of 4 with rental. It can be less expensive at some locations as younger kids can sometimes go for free. Snow tubing really only requires the rental of a tube. No special boots or poles to rent or buy. You can also buy a nice [amazon_textlink asin=’B07YF4824J’ text=’snow tube’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’beft-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’1e957092-ba7d-499a-925a-f6055f7efead’] for less than half the cost of a pair of skis.
You may consider a snow bib for snow tubing, this is not required but can be helpful in keeping you dry and warm. Most tubing places do not rent snow bibs.
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You will want to have a good set of water proof snow gloves and boots for you and the kids, as there’s nothing like cold wet hands and feet to put a damper on all the fun. Items like these are perfect and affordable.
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