Where to go Sledding and Tubing in Flagstaff Arizona
Great Spots to Sled
Looking to play in the snow? Arizona has some great spots to sled and go tubing. Grab your winter coats and take the kids to see the snow. There are several great spots in and around Flagstaff to enjoy this wintery attraction.You cannot sled at Snowbowl, but there are several great spots to go sledding in the wintertime.
Wing Hill Sledding in Flagstaff
Wing Hill is the most popular spot and about 7 miles closer to Snowbowl than Crowley Pit. Wing Hill is the larger of the two sledding hills. There are three designated hills with multiple sledding trails for every age group. If you are going to plan on sledding all day this is a great spot to do so.
How to Get there: To get to Wing Mountain continue northwest on Highway 180 past Snowbowl approximately 2.8 miles (just before mile post 226) and turn left on FR 222B and continue 1 mile to parking area. open 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily
Crowley Pit Sledding in Flagstaff
Crowley pit has several different hills to sled or tube down, so great for any age. Just bring your tube or sled and have fun! If you plan on sledding for a couple hours this is a great spot to do so.
How to Get There: To get to Crowley Pit continue northwest on Highway 180 past Arizona Snowbowl, approximately 9.8 miles (about 1 mile past the Flagstaff Nordic Center) and turn left at the parking sign (mile post 233) and continue to the parking area.
Cost: It is FREE to go here! There are no bathrooms or concessions at this location.
Snow Attractions in Williams and Greer Arizona
Snow Tubing in Williams
Tubing is a lot of fun and there are great spots to go tubing in Williams at Elk Ridge Ski and in Greer at Sunrise Mountain
Snow Tubing at White Mountains in Greer