Before you make your way to the slopes, check out this comprehensive Gatlinburg vacation guide for all of the information you need on Ober Gatlinburg snow tubing tickets.
If you’re looking forward to a day full of snowy tubing fun at Ober, it is important that you are well-informed about the tickets and what they entail. To ensure your time spent there runs smoothly and efficiently – plus help save some money in the process.
Planning a day of snow tubing at Ober Gatlinburg is an enjoyable and thrilling experience that can easily be accomplished with some preparation and the right amount of knowledge.
Before you take your first run down the tubing hill, let’s first learn all about Ober Gatlinburg snow tubing tickets.
Ober Gatlinburg Snow Tubing Tickets
For a 90-minute session of snow tubing, ticket prices are as follows;
- Weekdays (non-holiday): $35 for children aged 5 and up
- Weekends/Holidays: $45 for children aged 5 and up
A special deal awaits young adventurers between the ages of 3 and 4 who get to ride for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Unfortunately, Ober Gatlinburg does not permit children under the age of three to ride the slopes.
On the first day of snow tubing at Ober, tickets for any available session can be easily purchased online or at the Snow Tubing ticket office on the mountain.
Tips When Purchasing Snow Tubing Tickets
- It’s a wise idea to purchase your snow tubing tickets ahead of time, particularly during holidays and weekends, as these periods have been known to sell out quickly.
- You can pick up same-day tickets at their snow tubing ticket office on the mountain. If you’re purchasing tickets in advance, you can either get them at the Tramway Mall downtown or at their tubing ticket office on the mountain or even get them online.
- Allot extra time if you plan to purchase your tickets on-site especially during holiday periods and most weekends.
- To avoid being disappointed, please make sure to plan your visit with enough time for potential delays. Ober Gatlinburg do not offer refunds or exchanges and tickets are non-transferable and cannot be resold.
Smoky Mountains 7-Day Itinerary
I understand how difficult it can be to plan a trip, especially if it’s your first time going. That’s why I created this 7-day itinerary for the Smoky Mountains. It outlines all of the best places to go in the area and comes with insider tips that will save you a lot of stress–trust me, they saved me when I was planning my own trip!
- Our 7-day itinerary takes you to the best places in the Smoky Mountains.
- You’ll get to see all the best sights and attractions with driving directions
- The itinerary is designed to show you the most scenic routes.
- Packing Checklist for every season.
- You’ll have everything you need to make the most of your trip.
- Insider Tips!
Here’s a quick overview of our Smoky Mountains 7-Day Itinerary.
- Day 1: Cades Cove Loop
- Day 2: Rich Mountain Road
- Day 3: Cataloochee Valley
- Day 4: Newfound Gap Road
- Day 5: Roaring Fork Motor Trail
- Day 6: Little River Road
- Day6: Foothills Parkway
Get Our FREE Winter Packing Checklist For The Smokies!
Recommended Gatlinburg Vacation Resources
- Smoky Mountains Vacation Guide
- Pigeon Forge Vacation Guide
- Fun Things to Do in Gatlinburg in March
- Great Smoky Mountains Family Vacations Facebook Group
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