Would You Try Cosmic Tubing on Mount Hood in Oregon?

You’re sipping a glass of chilled-to-perfection Oregon Pinot; its refreshing pear, honey blossom, and mango notes have you longing for summer. But we have a few months of winter to get through yet. Let’s make the most of them. The best way to do that: cosmic tubing. If you’ve been suffering from cabin fever, this is the cure.

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You haven’t been tubing unless you’ve been cosmic tubing. Ready to take winter to the next level? Yes, that level involves getting out from under the blankets on your couch. We know. It’s hard. And it’s worth it when you get to Mount Hood.

So, what is cosmic tubing? Only the hottest way to spend cold winter weekend nights. Mt. Hood’s Snow Tube and Adventure Park beckons. You’ll find your way courtesy of the 600,000 LED lights and the array of colored, laser, and black lights that shine a spotlight on the fun. Twelve groomed lanes are ready for tubers, and the DJ is pumping out the soundtrack to an amazing night.

The worst part of tubing or sledding? Dragging yourself back up the hill! Don’t worry; a conveyor lift does the hard work and transfers you and your tube back up. Go for another exhilarating ride or stop into the Multorpor Lodge for some quality lounging.

If you want a way to spice up your winter weekends, stop by the Snow Tube and Adventure Park at Mount Hood. After, gather your rosy-cheeked tubing buddies and indulge in  well-earned mugs of hot cocoa, or better yet, glasses of your favorite Willamette Valley wines. See you on the mountain!

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