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Tubing at Mount Norquay’s Tube Town

by Karen Ung

Did you know Tube Town at Mount Norquay boasts the biggest vertical drop of any tube park in Alberta? The lanes are FAST, wide enough to ride with all your friends, and daredevils can request a spin before they shove off!  

With a speedy magic carpet and even faster ride down, you can ride again and again with minimal wait times. We were able to slide 4 times in half an hour on Sunday afternoon, and would’ve gone more, but it was closing time (go on Friday and Saturday for night tubing ’til Feb 25th)! We loved how the lanes start out super fast, before levelling off and going uphill, so you slow down naturally rather then crash into crash pads. 

Mount Norquay’s Tube Town

There are 7 lanes altogether – with 2 slightly shorter lanes for first-time tubers. Each lane is a little different, so ask the lifties which one is fastest/slowest/best for groups. If you have a need for speed, go with a friend, or bunch of friends! More weight makes you go faster!! My daughter and I rode together holding each other’s tubes and had a blast. Check out our video below!

Tube Park at Mount Norquay – view from the throne
Snow throne at the end of the tubing lane
Children must be 4 & up and over 1.1 m (42″) tall to use the tube park, but there’s a fun play area at the bottom of the magic carpet for little ones. My kids loved the mini tube ride, swing set, and snow mountain with a tunnel and slide. If you need to warm up or get a bite to eat, there’s a deli & cafeteria in the North American Lodge adjacent to Tube Town. Lone Pine Pub in Cascade Lodge is also a short walk from Tube Town.
Kids’ Play Area – Norquay Tube Town
Kids’ Play Area – Norquay Tube Town
Kids’ Play Area – Norquay Tube Town

Know Before You Go

Please check conditions (under runs/tube park information) before you go to see how many lanes are open! 

Regular Tube Town hours are 10:30 am – 4 pm, however, night tubing is available from 5 pm – 9 pm on Fridays & Saturdays from January 7 – February 25. Ski all day and tube at night!

No ski boots allowed in the tube park. Please change to snow boots for your comfort and safety.

Minimum height is 1.1 m (42″).

Helmets recommended.

For More Information

For pricing and other tube park rules, please visit Mount Norquay Snow Tubing. You can purchase tubing tickets only or ski & tube tickets.

For a special treat, Experience Mount Norquay’s Sightseeing Chair Lift and Cliffhouse Bistro. The chair lift requires its own ticket, but the fine dining at the top is reasonably priced and the view is amazing! 


Mount Norquay generously provided us with tubing tickets, but all words and opinions are my own.

>>Stay tuned to win a Family Ski Day at Mount Norquay!<<


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