snowy day for sledding in estes park

When visiting the Estes Park area, be sure to take advantage of the many opportunities to go sledding. You can head out on the adventure of a lifetime with friends and family, making unforgettable memories while spending more time outdoors! There are numerous places offering sledding for people of all ages in the Estes Park area.

Hidden Valley

Many people enjoy sledding in Hidden Valley, the perfect picnic ground situated in the Larimer County area. This was originally a downhill ski area which the National Park service has turned into a sledding area. Bring your own sleds or rent from a local store. As a bonus there’s a warming hut and restrooms.

You can support the local, national park by visiting, spending time in the area, and sledding down the wide open hills when the weather permits. Be sure to enjoy the incredible views while on your sledding adventure. The scenery is stunning!

YMCA of the Rockies – Estes Park Center

Sledding is available at the YMCA of the Rockies Estes Park Center sledding hill, located south of Dorsey Lake near the entrance of the YMCA of the Rockies. Bring your own sled or check one out from the Sweet Memorial Program Building. The sledding hill is open from dawn to dusk.

fun sledding in estes park
Fun sledding in Estes Park.

Fraser Tubing Hill

When looking for an unforgettable adventure, visit Fraser Tubing Hill, where people spend hours sledding and tubing outside in the cold weather. This is one of Colorado’s many fun snow tubing hills. You’ll have access to various slopes of different sizes, allowing you to choose which ones you feel most comfortable riding while on the sleds. You can also go tubing while you’re there. Expect to have a great time here!

Sledding is just one of many fun winter activities in Estes Park, located just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Make memories while sledding in Estes Park. You’ll have several great places worth visiting with loved ones to go on sledding adventures. Expect to feel like you’re a kid again while you’re sledding on snow-covered hills and mountain areas that provide such a fun and exhilarating experience for all. With many opportunities available to you, which spot would you like to visit for sledding first?

Sledding in Estes Park

Liana Moore

Liana Moore is a third-culture kid with a hangover from those days that is a severe case of wanderlust. She is more comfortable driving the cliffs of Amalfi, Italy or the dirt roads of Costa Rica or attempting to decipher the street signs of Osaka, Japan than navigating the theme parks of Disney World. But she loves it all. She doesn't believe a vacation is complete without an adventure. Her husband and kids know well that "adventure" often is code for mishap or challenge and it usually results in a good story. They seek outdoor experiences whether in the mountains, on a beach or in the jungle of a tropical country. Her favorite vacation is... all the ones she hasn't yet taken, as well as those she plans on taking again. And, that list is so, so long. But she continues to extensively explore her home state of Colorado, spends lots of time wandering Texas, California, New Mexico, Costa Rica, Mexico, Norway and has even explored Kazakhstan.

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