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Snow Sledding Hills in Utah, Free and Lift Assisted Locations.

Fairview Canyon

Fairview Canyon
Above Huntington Reservoir
Mount Pleasant-Moroni, UT 84647
Sanpete County

Directions: Awesome sledding hill on top of the mountains on the road between Fairview & Huntington in Utah. It is about a mile or two up the canyon from Huntington Reservoir. If you drive up there, you may or may not find this exact hill, but there are a million other hills that are just as good. It’s on the south side of the road. We just parked on the side of the road as there’s no parking lots. The hill is within view of where we parked, so we could see our cars.

Comments: People park along side of the road there all winter so I don’t think there is any danger of being towed. There would be some danger of getting hit with snow plows if it’s during a storm, but we’ve even done that on occasion and been OK. This area has a lot of snowmobilers, so you may see them. We usually go in the springtime after the snowmobilers have given up. The hazards would be trees lining or below the hill. Trees are the only hazards, but when there’s enough snow, there’s plenty of run-out before you get to any trees.

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Gorgoza Park

3863 Kilby Road
Park City, UT 84098
(435) 658-2648

Lift-served tubing is offered at Gorgoza Park, which is owned and operated by Park City Mountain Resort. Here you will find 3 lifts serving 3 beginner and 4 advanced tubing lanes. These runs are lighted for great night tubing.

There are runs appropriate for everyone ages 3 and over. Only one person is allowed per tube. Kids under age 18 must have a parent or legal guardian’s signature. For their safety, children 3-6 are not allowed on upper tow or lanes.

The park also offers mini-snowmobiles. And it has a warming yurt where you can rest, enjoy a snack and warm up.

Gorgoza Park is located just off I-80 as you approach Park City from the west.

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Ride the Longest Tubing Lanes in Utah

Soldier Hollow in Wasatch Mountain State Park near Midway offers the longest tubing lanes in Utah. The hill has lengthy 1,200-foot sliding lanes with lift service for towing people up the hill for tubing day or night under the lights, and a sound system keeps the airwaves full of enjoyable tunes.

Snow Tubing, Soldier Hollow, Utah, Family, Children's Activities A trip to the Soldier Hollow tubing hill is affordable family fun—where kids are kids, and adults get the chance to be kids again. People literally race to get back in line as quickly as possible for another plunge. It’s a great outdoor activity for everyone to participate.

To assure a quality experience, Soldier Hollow limits the sale of tubing tickets. On Saturdays and busy holidays, in particular, we encourage pre-purchase of tubing hill tickets. Tickets can be purchased in advance with a credit card at 435.654.2002 or in person at the Lodge.

Tubing admission for anyone age 7 and above is $20 for a two hour session. Tubing for age 3-6 is $10. (Age three is our minimum age to ride the lift, but we do offer free tube use on a small slope, with parental supervision, for those under 3). Single rides are also available for $5 for 7 and older and $3 for ages 3-6. All rates include tube use and lift ride.

Group rates are available for groups that book and pay in advance. For 25 and more the rate is $14 per person for 50 and more the rate is $13 per person. Exclusive use for a private party is offered for $950 for up to 120 (one lift) or $1350 for up to 200 (two lifts) midweek. On Fridays and Saturdays the private rate is $1,150 for up to 120 and $1,550 for up to 200. Private parties can be booked anytime outside of the regular operating hours of the tubing hill. Warm winter snow boots are available for rent for $10 for adults and $5 for juniors.

Saturdays and holiday periods 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Monday through Friday non holiday noon – 8 p.m.
Sunday noon – 4 p.m.