Neon Nights Tubing on the Slopes: Montana’s Cosmic Adventure
Have you ever heard of Cosmic Tubing? It's something I found on Facebook the other day, and I just have to let you in on it.
What is Cosmic Tubing?
It's like cosmic bowling, only it's not in a bowling alley, it's outside and there's no bowling there's sledding. Basically, you get to go sledding at night with lots of lights, music and fun for everyone in the family.
Where Can I go Cosmic Tubing?
Right now, I can only find it in Bozeman with Yellowstone Alliance Adventures. It looks like they have 8 days designated in 2024 to go Cosmic Tubing. To find the dates and secure your tickets, click here.
How Much are Tickets for Cosmic Tubing?
From their Facebook page, tickets are twenty dollars a person and Cosmic Tubing is for 2 hours at a time. Hot chocolate is even included in the ticket price.
Tickets are on sale on the website until they're sold out. The Cosmic Tubing doesn't start until January.
Are There Height and/or Age Requirements for Cosmic Tubing?
I couldn't find any restrictions on the Yellowstone Alliance Adventures page. This really is something you can do with everyone in the family.
With how much fun this looks to be, and how winter driven sports are so big in Montana, we can only hope that Cosmic Tubing will catch on all over the state.
There weren't any pictures or videos of Cosmic Tubing in Montana, YET. I did find this fun video from Mount Hood Ski Bowl in Oregon where they've been Cosmic Tubing for years.
Check out the Pictures from Mount Hood Ski Bowl:
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