Tubing Groups

Tubing with your group at the Holiday Valley Tubing Company is so much fun and a great way to build team spirit. Tubing is an awesome activity for groups because it is fun for everyone! All you have to do is sit down, hang on and experience the exhilaration of pure winter fun! The Tubing Company has up to 22 lanes and 2 handle tows...we'll pull you back up the hill! The Holiday Valley Tubing Company is located on Rt. 242, just 4 miles from Holiday Valley on the east side of Ellicottville. A FREE shuttle service to and from Holiday Valley runs on a two hour schedule during regular operating hours. Pickup is at the Resort Services Center turn around or the Inn at Holiday Valley. The Holiday Valley Tubing Company operates from late December to mid-March, weather permitting. 

2021-22 Tubing Group Rates

Group Rates are available only during non-operating hours: Sundays after 6, Mondays through Wednesdays and Thursdays or Fridays before 4:30. Cost is $1000 for groups up 50 people. Add $20 for each additional person above the first 50. A 10% advance deposit is required for tubing groups. 

Contact Group Sales to find out about booking the park for an event or if your group would like to come outside of our regularly scheduled hours.  Email groupsales@holidayvalley.com or call (716) 699-2345, ext. 4438

Your group is welcome to come during regular operating hours at the daily rate. Tubing passes must be purchased in advance. During the winter season, the park is open Thursdays and Fridays from 4:30 PM to 9 PM, Saturdays from 10AM to 9PM and Sundays from 10AM to 6PM. Additional hours are available Christmas week, President's week and March Break, weather permitting. Check the snow report page for additional hours or changes in schedule. 

What to wear tubing

Tubing can be rather chilly and it makes it a much more enjoyable experience if you dress for the weather. You can bundle yourself up like the Michelin Man, just like your mom did for you when you were a kid, or take advantage of the new technology in outdoor wear. The goal is to stay warm and dry, so cotton (gets cold and wet) is not recommended. 

  • Dress in layers with a wicking layer close to your skin, a polarfleece sweater and waterproof/windproof jacket on top. 
  • Wear flannel pajamas or long underwear under insulated water resistant pants on the bottom. 
  • On your feet, wear wool socks and comfortable insulated boots (not ski boots) that can be securely fastened. 
  • Wear a close fitting hat that won’t fall off as you’re sliding. 
  • Goggles and a scarf or neck warmer aren’t a bad idea if it is snowing or especially cold. 
  • Mittens are warmer than gloves, and make sure they are insulated and waterproof. 
  • Hats, gloves, neckwarmers and handwarmers are available at the Tubing Company, along with some fun logo’d sweatshirts and t-shirts.