Winter Family Fun in Park City

Après-ski Tubing and Snowmobiling
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With floodlit snow tubing offered every night until 8 p.m., Gorgoza Park (435.658.2648; www.gorgozapark.com) is the perfect après-ski hot spot for children. And even if your quads are Jell-O after pounding the piste all day, don't worry about trudging up the hill after each run. The park, operated by Park City Mountain Resort, offers three lifts to service beginner to advanced tubing lanes. Children as young as three can hop in with mom and dad and scream their lungs out at they careen down the mountainside. An added bonus is the mini-snowmobiling track, where kids ages five to 12 rev up the engines and take a spin around the oval course in pint-sized cruisers. The entry fee to take on the competition in a multi-lap derby is $9 per ride. Tubing starts at $3 for tots up to six, $8 for tubers seven and up. Rates for two hours of tube time are $10 and $19, respectively.


Published: 24 Oct 2005 | Last Updated: 15 Sep 2010
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

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