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It seems there are almost as many sledding hills as ski resorts in Tahoe, ranging from local sledding hills where you’ll need your own tubes and sleds, and have to make your own trek back up; to extensive terrain and tow ropes, even after-hours lights and music to accompany Disco Tubing at Squaw Valley. Here are the top 10 Sledding and Tubing spots in the greater Tahoe region, ranging from free to most expensive:

  1. Incline Village Snow Play Area
  2. Mt. Rose Snow Play Area
  3. Spooner Summit
  4. Granlibakken – $17, includes saucer rental
  5. Tahoe Donner Snow Play Area – $4-$27, includes equipment
  6. Sierra-at-Tahoe – $30, includes tubes and tow-rope
  7. Heavenly – $35, includes tubes and magic carpet
  8. Boreal Mountain – $34-54, includes tubes and magic carpet
  9. Soda Springs – $41, includes tubes and surface lift
  10. Squaw Alpine $42-45, $55 for Disco Tubing. Ikon Pass holders receive 50% off midweek non-holiday.