Bundle up and ride the tubes for a good cause at the Annual “Will Tube For Food” event on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. at Snow Trails Vertical Descent Tubing Park.
Buy a two hour Snow Tubing Ticket and bring at least one non-perishable food items, and you’ll save $5 on your 2 hour tubing ticket. Snow Trails will donate $5 for each ticket purchased to Catalyst Life Services.
Two-hour tubing tickets include the use of a snow tube, conveyor carpet lift to avoid walking uphill, and the use of multiple tubing lanes for a fun snowy descent. The food items will be collected at the Vertical Descent Tubing Park’s Ticket Hut at Snow Trails.
Tickets are $15 for children ages 5 and under, and $25 for 6 and up, and you’ll get $5 off of the regular price with food donation.
Buy your tubing tickets online in advance, as popular times will sell-out. Online Reservation Required for Tubing Tickets. No Promo Code Required For This Event. Discount Shown In Cart. Non-Perishable Donation Required at Time of Redemption. Popular Times Do Sell-Out. Please Plan Ahead.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.SnowTrails.com or call 800.OHIO.SKI.
Snow Trails Vertical Descent Tubing Park offers a combined total of over 300 adult, child, and adult double tubes. Park lanes extend 1,100’ in length for a thrilling ride. A five hundred foot conveyor carpet lift takes riders to the top to choose from multiple lanes for descent.
For the non-skier it’s a great opportunity to enjoy winter outdoors with family and friends. Many enjoy the Park’s Tubing Lodge patio area for the added atmosphere of an outdoor park-side viewing area complete with picnic tables, benches, and a fire-ring for warming.
Social distancing guidelines have been put in place to keep every safe!
Read more about Snow Trails skiing, boarding, and tubing at this link.
The event will benefit Catalyst Life Services New Beginnings Residential Treatment Program. Clients of the Program receive group and individual counseling, vocational rehabilitation services, family reintegration services, and are supported in developing an investment in a twelve-step recovery program.
About Snow Trails:
Snow Trails, which was the first commercial ski area in Ohio, is a privately owned resort, under the same management since inception. The resort features six chairlifts, including a slow moving Beginner’s Double Chairlift and two ski carpets dedicated to the Beginner’s Area. A third carpet lift is utilized for the Snow Tubing Park with the “Longest Tubing Lanes in Ohio.” The Resort offers 17 total trails including the Timberline trail – “Longest Trail in Ohio.” There are three glade areas, plus four terrain parks. A 9,000 sq. ft. Rental Center houses user-friendly equipment and offers a self-service system. Snow Trails typically opens in early December and the season lasts into March. The resort is located off Interstate 71 south of Mansfield on Possum Run Road. For more information call 800-OHIO-SKI or visit SnowTrails.com.