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Fraser Tubing Hill, Fraser

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  • first time at Colorado and it was an excellent experience at the Fraser Tubing Hill, is very accessible $25 x person and they gave you the equipment that you need  more »
  • My daughter had lots of fun and so did I but being out of shape will definitely show if you spend time here. Great music here (classic rock) compared to the place next door. I'm just not into the...  more »
  • If you are wondering whether to choose Fraser Tubing Hill, Colorado Adventure Park, or the Coca-Cola Tubing Hill at the Winter Park Resort, I would say to go with the Fraser Tubing Hill. Fraser offers an hour and a half time slot which is the perfect amount of time. It is the same Hill over and over again at all three so an hour half is plenty of time. (FYI, the attendants will not mind if you stay longer, if you really want to. They didn't seem to care...I went at the end of March during spring break and there were not a lot of people there).You have to buy two hours at Colorado Adventure Park. 1 hour is too little time. The Fraser Tubing Hill was safe and simple. Not too many rules and a lot of workers there to guide your children and keep them safe. From my observation of all three hills the Fraser Tubing Hill is the steepest and my children loved it. Colorado Adventure Park is similar in size and length but it appears to be not as steep. Also, getting back up to the top appears to be the same amount of time at all three even though they use different methods. I also heard from a local that you have to make reservations at the Coca-Cola Tubing Hill in Winter Park because it is not very large. There are four lanes that are not very steep and curved around to offer a little thrill at the Tubing Hill in Winter Park. Of course, if you want to get as many runs in as possible I would recommend going during the weekdays and not during common sense peak season such as the week after Christmas. I hope this helps!
  • Staff was friendly and helpful. We got in and out quickly despite the crazy crowd. Tubing was fun and staff did their best to keep everyone safe.

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