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Best Places to Go Sledding and Tubing for Seattle-Area Kids and Families

From the Summit at Snoqualmie's screaming-fun tubing hill to Mount Rainier's snow play area

Published on: December 20, 2019

Best Places to Go Sledding and Tubing for Seattle-Area Kids and Families

Echo Valley sledding
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Echo Valley Photo Credit: Terrie Carleton

7. Echo Valley Ski and Tubing Area

This Chelan-area ski and tubing hill would be a very ambitious day trip (3–4 hour drive from Seattle), but if you have the time, take a few days and book a place to stay. With rope tows and a four-lane tubing hill, this volunteer, nonprofit resort is a great option for families who want to get away. 

Fee: $15 for a full-day pass ($10 for a half-day) for tubing with tube provided. Free for kids ages 5 and under and fifth graders. Fifth graders ski and tube for free here.

Status: As of Dec. 20, 2019, Echo Valley's Facebook page indicates it plans to open the weekend of Dec. 21–22, 2019Check the website for updates.

Hours: Open daily, check the website for holiday hours. 

Warm up: The base area has a day lodge with a roaring fireplace and an eatery.

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