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Holiday Valley Tubing Company

Race down 900-foot lanes and experience the thrill of tubing!

None of that fussy turning … this is all about speed! After a day on the slopes, you can top off your fun meter with a trip to the Holiday Valley Tubing Park. Race down the 900-foot lanes and experience the exhilaration of tubing. Once you’re at the bottom, hook up to the tow and enjoy the ride back to the top. The best part: EVERYONE can enjoy the thrill of tubing! It’s an activity you can do with your whole group - whether it’s work, a birthday party or your family. It’s fun, and you can do it together! Tubing enables everyone to have a good time regardless of age or fitness. For children under 7 years and 42 inches, there’s a special Little Tubers area where the hill is a bit shorter and the speed a bit slower. For those cold winter days, there’s a giant, outdoor bonfire pit and an indoor warming hut with snack bar (hot cocoa please!) and fireplace so you can warm up between rides. The warming hut also houses bathrooms and a small retail shop (in case you forgot your gloves or hat, or want some handwarmers). Visitors can also enjoy the on-site ice skating rink (weather permitting).

The Holiday Valley Tubing Co. is located on Route 242 at Bryant Hill Road, just 3 miles east of the Village of Ellicottville.  There are 2 tows servicing 20+ tubing lanes, with 3 of those lanes designated as “group lanes” where you can hook together with other tubers (SUPER FUN!).

A free shuttle is available during operating hours beginning Dec. 26th with pickup at Holiday Valley’s Resort Services Center turn-around and at the Inn at Holiday Valley. The tubing park is open Thursdays and Fridays from 4:30-9pm, Saturdays from 11am-9pm, and Sundays from 11am-6pm. The park is also open during Christmas Week, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Week and Canadian March Break.  A two-hour pass is $18.50 per person; a three-hour pass is $20.50.  Or you can go all day for $25.75.  Call 716-699-TUBE (699-8823) for group rates, team building or birthday parties. An adult must accompany any child under the age of 10.

The well-dressed tuber has plenty of layers to stay warm, warm boots (no ski boots) plus a hat and neck warmer or face mask if it is really chilly. It’s not a bad idea to wear your goggles and a helmet. Helmets are available to rent for $5. To learn more about the Holiday Valley Tubing Company, log onto or call 716-699-TUBE.