Snow Tubing after dark in NH Mountains is your new winter love

Winters in New Hampshire can be long and relentless. For four solid months of the year, the air hurts our faces as we walk outside. It’s not true! Trying something new and exciting this winter might be just what your spirit craves.

If skiing and boarding isn’t your cup of tea and ice fishing seems a little too strenuous, then maybe you need something that requires very little skill but is a lot of fun. If you’re thinking “drinking in a heated igloo”, that’s a great guess! And you can definitely do it afterwards. But I’m talking about SNOW TUBING!

Loon Mountain and Gunstock Mountain are both offering night tubing this winter and it’s fun for the whole family:

Gunstock Hill Station via Facebook

Gunstock Hill Station via Facebook

Gunstock has its tubing hill open Tuesday through Saturday nights. And they have a pro tip for you:
Beat the weekend crowds and go on a weeknight!

Brilliant!

Although the tubing hill is well lit, there is always a sense of danger sliding down your tube at high speed while surrounded by darkness. It’s downright invigorating! So get ready to strap on those snow boots and take a deep breath of the crisp winter air. Snow tubing after dark could be your new winter obsession.

And Mainers – don’t worry! We haven’t left you out. There’s an adventure park in Windham, Maine where you can go snow tubing after dark!

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