Whistler Blackcomb Tube Park All the exhilaration of sliding on snow – no special equipment or training required! Over 1000 feet of sliding bliss with multiple lanes and a special conveyor lift to return you to the top Easily accessible from the Village by the Excalibur Gondola (no ticket required) Take the family for a night adventure – try tubing under lights in the evening Hours of Operation Getting There Information Reviews Tube Park Hours of Operation Winter 2015/16* Opening dates for this winter to be added shortly! *Operating dates and hours are weather permitting. Please confirm with Whistler Blackcomb Guest Relations. How to Get There The Tube Park is located just above mid-station of the Excalibur Gondola and adjacent to Lot 8. Access on foot is via a "no cost" ride on the lower line of the Excalibur Gondola up to the mid-station and is open the same hours as the Tube Park. "No ticket required to access the Gondola". Once at the mid-station, guests cross the ski run towards Lot 7 and proceed up the side of the run on the walkway to the Tube Park pathway entrance (it is well marked and lit during evening operations). Those who are not comfortable with stairs or require direct access (i.e. strollers, wheelchair etc) should go by car up to Lot 8 where they can directly access the park. Access by vehicle is by driving up to Lot 8 and crossing the bridge over to the Park. Free Parking at Lot 8 Helpful Information Children must be at least 3 years of age and at a minimum height of 36in or 91cm tall to tube. Children between 36in (91 cm) to 41in (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). Tube chaining or linking 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. What to Wear 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). 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. Facilities 7 tube lanes to enjoy from a more gentle slope (kids lane) to longer faster lanes. There is a "kids only" lane half way up the conveyor for those under the minimum adult lane height requirement. There are adult size tubes and kids tubes (for those under the minimum adult lane height). We also have a few double tubes (Conditions permitting use only) Tube Lift (conveyor) for easy access up to the tube lanes. Hot snacks/beverages available for purchase on site. featuring Belgian Waffles, French hot dogs, hot chocolate, and some other types of snack food and beverages (no alcohol). Heated Washroom facilities. Fire pit area with seating. Seating also available around the Snack hut Fully lit for night tubing. Full sound system covering the entire park with family friendly music.