Minnesota ‘Mountain’ Brings Back Some Weekend ‘Cosmic’ Winter Fun
Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls Minnesota has heard your cries for bringing back their always fun starlight snow tubing, which includes 'cosmic' lights being turned on, and last night was the first time this season that the lights were back on for people to enjoy.
The starlight tubing session isn't too long, it's just two hours, but it is limited to just 175 people. The lights go on at dusk and stay on during the entire starlight tubing session. What a fun way to celebrate Minnesota's winter season!?
According to the Wild Mountain website: "Starlight Tubing at Wild Chutes is a glowing family fun adventure! The festivities start at dusk when we turn off floodlights, and light up the night with “hundreds” of sparkling lights. Our specially formulated tubing lanes are individually lit by multicolored LED batons. Observe the brilliant lights shining off the hill on your effortless ride to the top of our conveyor lift. Come to join the fun, easy, and electric experience that will shine compared to sliding in your backyard. No experience or special equipment is needed. Just hop in your snow tube and enjoy the ride!"
Starlight Tubing is offered every Friday and Saturday night, and holiday dates, beginning at dusk (roughly 4pm)
If you aren't into tubing, Wild Mountain has other winter activities you can enjoy, like skiing and snowboarding, there are even lessons available, if you haven't skied in a while, or are just introducing your kids or grandkids to skiing.
You can get more details about Wild Mountains hours, and other offerings by heading here.