Whistler Tube Park

Whistler Tube Park by Mike Crane

Photo by Mike Crane

1hr Tube Park Tickets

  • Duration: 1 hours
  • Location: Blackcomb Mountain

2hr Tube Tickets

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Location: Blackcomb Mountain

Feel the wind in your face as you cruise down our exhilarating tubing hill. Located in the Base 2 Zone on Blackcomb Mountain, the Coca-Cola ®/™ Tube Park offers great fun for the young and the young at heart. There’s no skill or equipment required – just a sense of adventure and a desire for excitement.

Whistler Blackcomb’s Coca-Cola ®/™ Tube Park has multiple lanes offering a variety of sliding experiences. Lanes are 1000′ and a state-of-the-art conveyor lift makes travelling to the top a breeze.

Family fun doesn’t have to end when the lifts close because the Coca-Cola ®/™ Tube Park is open into the evening.

Helpful Information

Children must be at least 3 years of age and at a minimum height of 36″ or 91cm tall to tube. Children between 36″ (91 cm) to 41″ (103 cm) tall are designated to use the Mini-kids lane only from the halfway point.

  • Children under 12 must be accompanied in the Tube Park by an Adult. Kids under 12 can still ride by themselves as long as they are tall enough.
  • One person per tube only. Adults may hang onto their child’s tube in the kids’ lane. (conditions permitting)
  • Group Tubing is permitted where sliders can join up and go down a lane together as long as conditions permit.
  • Ski Boots are not permitted in the Tube Park for safety reasons.
  • No sleds, toboggans or other self-owned tubes are permitted in the Tube Park.

* Pre-booked Tube Park tickets must be booked a minimum of 3 days prior to start date.

Basic Information

  • Sliders should be prepared for varying weather conditions and temperatures.
  • Recommend proper winter boots with a good grip.
  • Warm winter clothing
  • Snow pants (especially for children).
  • Ski goggles/helmets (recommended for children)
  • There are staff stationed at the base of the lift, top of the lift, start of the mini-kids lane, regular lanes as well as in the run out lanes to provide assistance and instruction.