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Snow tubing is one of the fastest growing winter sports. Its here at your local slope and everyone can do it! Great for all ages, whether you’re a Scout Group, hosting a hen party, celebrating a birthday or just want a bit of fun! There are no lessons needed. Minimum Age 6 years. We provide specially made tubes that give you a cushioned ride as you glide down the Slope. See the BBC review here
One Hour Tubing sessions for £10 per person during the week or £12 per person at weekends. There are 20 spaces on each session but there is no need to reserve the full amount; if you wish to bring a smaller number, we can just join two or more groups together to fill the session.
Please be aware that when you book and pay for your tubing tickets you are committing to a particular session and we do not offer a refund if you change your mind. Unless, in the opinion of slope managers, the weather is making the slope dangerous we will not cancel a tubing session for inclement weather. If we do cancel a session for weather or other reason beyond our control we will reschedule your session at a time convenient to you and Norfolk Ski Club Limited, no refunds will be offered.
The Club runs the following sessions:
Wednesdays-6:30pm and 7:45pm1
Thursdays-5:45pm and 7pm
Fridays-4pm, 5:15pm, 6:30pm and 7:45pm1
Saturdays-10am, 11:30am, 1pm and 2:30pm
Sundays-10:30am and 12pm
¹Please note - Wednesday and Friday sessions at 7.45pm are for those over 12 only.
Sessions must be booked and paid for in advance (due to popular demand). Click here to book online.
Food can be arranged subject to availability in the club house, please check with reception on 01603 662781. On certain days we also have a tables for hire and you can then bring your own food.
We also run tubing sessions during daytimes throughout the School Holidays.
What to Wear
Dont forget your Gloves You may get wet and dirty so don't wear your best clothes. Bring long trousers, long sleeved top and gloves. Flat rubber bottom shoes must be worn (no open toes), trainers are ideal. Helmets must be worn and will be supplied. For safety reasons the supervisor will set the start height on the intermediate slope according to weather conditions, size and height of riders.