No Hunter Mountain Doesn’t Have Longest Snow Tubing Runs! They Are Upstate
The longest snow tubing runs in New York state aren't at Hunter Mountain, where most think. They are actually in Upstate New York.
Despite many thinking Hunter Mountain has the longest runs at 1000 feet, Maple Ridge Snow Park in Lowville, New York, is actually home to 8 of the longest snow tubing lanes in the state at over 1200 feet. There's even a 100-foot vertical drop. You don't have to worry about walking back up the hill either. They have a magic carpet ride to pull you up.
Is Maple Ridge Open
Only real snow is used at Maple Ridge. So the tubing season all depends on Mother Nature.
Despite Western and Northern New York being buried in several feet during the first massive snowstorm of the season, only a few inches fell at Maple Ridge.
Maple Ridge Tickets
When Mother Nature does finally cooperate, you can get tickets on the new online reservation system. Gift certificates are now available for the holiday shopping season when the hill does open.
"We are currently working on inspections and permits and hope to open Monday, Dec. 26, weather permitting."
Attendance on the hill will be limited to 75 people and everyone must use their own snow tube. Waiver forms must also be signed when you arrive.
Ages 16 and under: $17.00
Ages 17 and above: $20.00
Maple Ridge Center is located at 7421 East Road in Lowville, New York. Learn more at Mapleridgecenter.org or on their Facebook page.