You Can Go Tubing After Dark At This Epic Snow Park Near Ottawa

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You Can Go Tubing After Dark At This Epic Snow Park Near Ottawa

Pack your snow pants for a winter thrill, as you can go snow tubing at night!

Only one hour from Ottawa, Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripon is offering night sledding down hills of snow on Friday and Saturday evenings.

The evening tubing will be open until 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, and you'll be able to slide down a mountain of fresh snow lit up at night.

Visitors pay a park entrance fee upon arrival and are able to rent tubes from the Stéphane Richer chalet.

The park entrance fee for non-residents is $10 per adult. The tube rental is $6 per person.

Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripon also has hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails to enjoy. They also rent out fatbikes to glide through the woods. Beautiful lookout views of forests and mountains can be seen from the observation tower and belvedere lookout area.

Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripons

You Can Go Tubing After Dark At This Epic Snow Park Near Ottawa

Parc des Montagnes Noires de Ripon

Price: Entrance for non-residents $10; tube rental $6

When: December (exact date TBA)

Address: 39 chemin de la Montagne-Noire, Ripon, QC

Why You Need To Go: Go tubing down a snowy hill, lit up for a magical nighttime experience. There are other winter activities to do for a full day of fun in the snow.


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