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San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States

About Me & My Family
I'm a mother
3 Kids 5-13 years old boys and girls

When we travel, good food and adventure always abound. Our family loves to push the limit of what we can do with children. Our mantra has always been - have kids, will travel. However, this doesn't mean I'm unlike most frantic moms before a trip. Wanting adventure and being a control freak can sometimes be a lethal combination.
Our Family's Travel Personality
adventurous, curious, independent, spontaneous
We Just Got Back From
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
Hawaii, Montana, Lake Tahoe
A Place We'd Love To Visit
New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil, Eastern Europe, Italy
Favorite Vacation Memory
Climbing Machu Picchu with a 4 month old infant in a slight and having all the locals stop us to ask what happened to his feet which were all bundled up. They just couldn't believe it wouldn't be bow legged.
Worst Travel Moment With My Kids:
Getting to the airport on our way to Scotland with my 15 month old and discovering that my husband's passport had expired. Instead of rebooking all of our flights, we decided that I would do the first leg of our journey on my own with baby. Unfortunately, we had not packed for me to be flying by myself. I could bearly walk to the runway with all my bags and a 15 month old who would get distracted by everything along the way. He then proceeded to sleep only 1 hour of the entire 11 hour journey (red-eye). It was pretty miserable.
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Sledding & Tubing in Colorado

Colorado is a state that has not shortage of snow and hills for a little slip and slide fun.  Here are some of the free places that locals are known to frequent, followed by a list of places you can pay a fee for more extreme sledding fun.

Falcon Creek Middle School:
6100 S. Genoa St, Aurora, CO (in the Keystone area)
The parking lot becomes a local sledding hill when school's out.  

Meadowwood Rec Center:
Chambers Road and Yale, Aurora, CO (in the Keystone area)
FREE! Two areas one for younger kids that is gentler and one for older kids and adults.

Englewood High School:
FREE! Englewood, CO (in the Keystone area)

Tantra Park:
46th & Hanover, Boulder, CO
FREE! Take a left on Brookfield, follow it to the bottom of the hill, and park near the playground.

Casey Middle School
Boulder, CO
FREE! Sledding hill is above the football field at the corner of 13th and North streets.

Foothills Community Park
Boulder, CO
FREE! Sledding hill located near 6th Street and Locust Avenue


Hideaway Drive
Winter Park, Colorado

FREE! This free sledding hill is perfect for the younger ones. The Chamber of Commerce has provided sleds and snow disks or you can bring your own. Sleds and snow disks can also be purchased at Safeway or City Market down the road. Pick up and climb back up the hill on your own.

455 County Road 72
Fraser, Colorado

Kids must be 3 years old to ride with parents and 7 to ride alone. This is not for the faint of heart. The hill is big and the tubes fly down the hill. Serviced by a lift.

Sol Vista Ski Resort
Granby, Colorado

Sol Vista is offering Holiday Tubing from December 27th to December 30th.


1101 County Road 53
Granby, Colorado

Other activities at the Nordic Center include ice-skating, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing.


1000 Highway 36
Estes Park, Colorado

FREE! Sledding and Tubing in 2 different areas: Hidden Valley Picnic Area Bear Lake Loop


100 Marmot Drive #1
Red Feather Lakes, Colorado

Day activity pass gives access to the tubing hill, cross country skiing and ice-skating. Tubing hill is serviced by a lift that is only open Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30am to 4:00pm.

#1 Skier Place
Durango, Colorado

By the hour. Kids must be 3 and up to ride on a tube. Just 6 and up may ride on their own. Fly down the mountain on a tube at the Snow Coaster tubing hill. Rent a tube, hike up the hill and then whoosh down one of three tubing lanes in the Columbine Area.


209 10 Mile Circle
Copper Mountain, Colorado

12 Snowmass Road
Crested Butte, Colorado


601 E Dean Street
Aspen, Colorado

500 High Street
Breckenridge, Colorado

The town of Breckenridge features a walk-up, ride down sledding hill at Carter Park. Kids, adults and dogs all enjoy a short walk up the former ski slope followed by a thrilling ride down. The park is located at the south end of High Street and adjacent to Breckenridge Elementary School. Click here for a map of Carter Park in Breckenridge, Colorado. From Main Street in Breckenridge, go east on Lincoln Street for 4 blocks, then turn right on High Street and follow it 3 for blocks. High Street dead ends at Carter Park, with plenty of parking available. Snow tubes and sleds are available for purchase at the City Market and Food Kingdom grocery stores in town. No rentals are available.

845 Howelsen Pkwy
Steamboat Springs, Colorado

By the hour. Must be 36" to ride the tubing hill Margic carpet takes save your legs from chimbing up.


1200 Keystone Road
Keystone, Colorado


7040 Rangewood Dr.
Dublin Blvd. & Rangewood Dr. Colorado Springs, Colorado

A very prominent and safe snow-hill exists in this very same park. I have driven around the city searching for other snow-hills but couldn't find any worth speaking of. They all seem to dangerous. Cottonwood Creek Park offers great winter recreational activities for the entire family at no charge. Families can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities like Frisbee golf, ice hockey, basketball courts, and tennis courts. There are even pavilions available at the park. I want to make it a point to state that this is a very pristine park, if I do say so myself. If snow sledding is not your "thing", make sure to check out the recreation center. They offer a public skate and hockey calender, available at the main desk. They offer in door swimming as well with a slide, accompanied by a wave pool, all year long.


Arosa Drive at Garmisch Drive
Vail, Colorado

FREE! This is a free public park in Vail. There's a designated sledding hill that's on the side of a mountain. In the Winter time, there is a designated sledding hill that locals enjoy. Open sunrise to sunset, daily. Playground, picnic tables and restrooms on-site. (caution: restrooms maybe locked)


Florida Av & Platte River Dr
Denver, Colorado

FREE! This is a public park in Denver. There's a free sledding hill on SanteFe and Florida Drive. Open sunrise to sunset, daily. Playground, picnic tables and restrooms on-site. (caution: restrooms maybe locked)


Highway 287 & 52nd Street
Loveland, Colorado

FREE! This is a public park in Loveland. In the winter time, locals come for sledding and tubing in the far Eastern edge of the park; east of the pond and west of N Monroe Ave. Open sunrise to sunset, daily. Playground, picnic tables and restrooms on-site. (caution: restrooms maybe locked)


566 County Road 721
Fraser Fraser, Colorado

Colorado Adventure Park is a new park that offers Tubing, Airboards, Snow Scoots, and Sleigh Rides and Sledding (free for kids 3 and under). The tubing hill comes with tubes, a lift and costs. Passes are by the hour. The Adventure Park will supply complimentary sleds and a hill that's free for kids three and under to sled on.


1505 30th St.
Boulder, Colorado

Free local spot for sledding in Fraser, Colorado. Open sunrise to sunset, daily. Playground, picnic tables and restrooms on-site. (caution: restrooms maybe locked)

1360 Gillaspie
Boulder, Colorado

37350 RCR 179
Steamboat Springs, Colorado


Eagle's Nest Vail
Vail, Colorado

Hours: Tues-Sat 2-9pm Multi-lane hill with music, long runs, and a dedicated lift. One-hour sessions on the hour and half hour. First session begins at 2:30pm and the last at 8:00pm. First come, first served, subject to availability. Tubers must be 36 inches or taller. Children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Passes are by the hour.