TUBING HILL GROUPS
Sessions run for 2 hours (limited to availability). Reservations will be taken beginning October 1st.
See descriptions of different types of groups below.
Special Operating Hours*: "Fill the Hill" groups
Thursday: 9am - 7pm (starts at 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm or 5pm)
Normal Operating Hours*: "Fill the Hill" or "Other" groups
Friday: 11pm - 7pm (starts at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, or 5pm)
Saturday: 9am - 7pm (starts at 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm or 5pm)
Sunday: 9am - 5pm (starts at 9am, 11am, 1pm, or 3pm)
If your group is being transported by a bus to the mountain, then please call 208-332-5137 or e-mail at least 48 hours ahead so that we can make sure there is parking available.
"Fill the Hill" Groups:
$960 for a private 2-hour session with a maximum of 100 tubes/100 tickets. Savings of $240 compared to purchasing individual tickets.
For birthdays, company parties, fundraisers, church groups, school events
Available Thursday - Sunday
Call for reservations (332-5137); no on-line reservations available. A signed tubing hill agreement is required to reserve the session date/time. Payment in full is required 3 days prior to event.
$12 tickets per person for a 2-hour session
Make reservations on-line or call our winter group sales for reservations (332-5137).
Available Friday - Sunday
Payment in full required to reserve tubes.
-Make your reservation on-line if you know for certain the number of people tubing. No refunds once payment is received.
-Make your reservation with our winter group sales coordinator with an estimate of the number of people tubing. A signed tubing hill agreement is required to reserve the session date/time. You must confirm quantity of tubes and make payment in full 7 days prior to event to hold the reservation. Increase in quantity of tubes is based on availability. No refunds once payment is received.
General Rules Children under 36" height are NOT ALLOWED to tube. All children between 36"-42" must slide in their own tube and ride in tandem with an adult (conditions permitting) Only 1 person per tube Tubing allowed in provided tubes only All participants must have a tubing ticket attached to coat or pants No ski boots, snowboards boots with metal cleats, or other hard shell/rigid sole footwear No alcohol on the hill.Clear the tow-unload area quickly and watch for incoming tubers.
Food and drink:
Vending machines with snacks and hot or cold beverages are located at the Tube Hill ticket office. Alcohol not allowed at the tube hill. Full food service available at JR Simplot Lodge, within walking distance from the tube hill.
Driving directions to the GoldRush Tub Hill:
Take Bogus Basin Road 16.5 miles to the Bogus Basin Mountain Resort and Recreation Area.
Stay to the left when entering the resort's main parking lot. Go 1/8-mile and the tube center is ahead, to your left!
Hats, gloves, boots, jackets and other warm clothing are all suggested due to the winter conditions associated with tubing. Weather conditions can change quickly and drastically after ticket purchase or during your tubing experience. Please dress appropriately!
Tubing is an activity which carries with it inherent risks. These risks include, but are not limited to, speed; changing weather, terrain, surface and subsurface conditions; collisions with other tubers, natural and man-made objects; and lack of directional control. By purchasing a ticket you will assume the risk of all injuries and damage to clothing and accessories, i.e. glasses, goggles, gloves, boots, etc. Tubing can be dangerous, especially in the run-out area. Small children have trouble clearing the run-out quickly. It is important that the run-out area can be cleared quickly as to avoid accidents. Children under 36" are not allowed to tube. All children between 36" and 42" tall must slide in their own tube and ride in tandem with an adult unless circumstances and conditions, determined by management, dictate. Everyone must have a proper tubing ticket, they must have their own tube (provided by the tube center), and there are no discounts for age or height. There are no refunds. Rain checks will only be issued if the tubing center fails to operate for the time allotted on the issued ticket, i.e. mechanical failure of the lift or closure of the facility as deemed necessary by management. Hats, gloves, boots, jackets and other warm clothing are all suggested due to the winter conditions associated with tubing. Weather conditions can change quickly and drastically after ticket purchase or during your tubing experience. Please dress appropriately!