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Sledding | Tubing

Hidden Valley in Rocky Mountain National Park

Parents and kids, get ready to have a fun trip down the mountain, because the sledding slopes at Hidden Valley are awesome! If you’re looking for a fun family outing head through the Beaver Meadows Entrance (fees apply) to the Hidden Valley area in Rocky Mountain National Park for some slip sliding fun in the snow.

Hidden Valley was formerly a ski area that operated from 1955 to 1991, so the hills are perfect. The sledding/tubing hill is located on the ‘bunny slope’ of the former ski area, but if your kids are bold they can work up some good speed!  Get out your sleds, tubes, or saucers and head on up! You do have to bring your own equipment, but if you don’t have it you can rent some from most of the outdoor shops in town like Kirks Mountain Adventures.

Bathrooms with flush toilets are nearby and on weekends when there is an attendant, a warming room is available for those who need a break from the cold. You’ll be sledding at over 9,200 ft elevation and you’ll need to dress warmly!

Locals Tip:

There can be lots of wind in the area, so be sure to call the RMNP information office for the latest wind and snow conditions at 970-586-1333.