Bryce Resort & Our Snow Tubing Adventure Part 2

The first night of our Bryce Resort snowtubing adventure continued well into the evening. After dinner and a little exploring, we headed back to¬†Fairfield Inn and Suites to put on our summer’s best to take advantage of its indoor water amenities. I tried to hang. After frolicking in the water for an hour and that fruity cosmopolitan that I had with dinner , I was beat. I had to leave my trusty sidekick and mini-road warriors behind to shower and get some rest ( a girl needs her beauty rest ya know).

We woke up the next morning to a nice breakfast spread courtesy of Fairfield Inn and Suites Strasburg Shenandoah Valley. Scrambled eggs, waffles, bagels, cereal, yogurt, OJ, oatmeal, sausages and toast were a few items on the hot buffet. After we filled our bellies, it was time to pack up and head to Bryce Resort. Nothing prepared us for the final stretch of the road that led into Bryce Resort. It was narrow, there were a few steep areas and hairpin turns. A few times I didn’t think we were going to make it because we drove the car without 4WD instead of the SUV AND did I mention there was ice and snow on the ground?

Any”who”, after the adrenaline rush from just trying to make it there, we were hype and ready to snowtube!!!! This place was simply beautiful. On 25 acres of land there were eight trails for skiers of all levels and an 800-foot long tubing lane.

After getting our tickets and exploring the area a little, it was time for snowtubing. Sessions are at specific times and they last for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Before we started, everyone had to listen to a quick safety presentation courtesy of the snowtubing attendants and then we were off to the races. Kaila, our youngest, went down the hill one time and decided that she didn’t want to do it anymore because it was too fast. She sat on the sidelines playing in the snow, cheering us on as the hubby and I took turns going down the hill with our adventurous one–Ms. M.

By the time we left that place, we were tired, cold, had a slight case of whiplash and wet butts, but it was all worth it. Would we do it again? Hellz yeah! Here are a few pics for you curious ones….


Magic Carpet Bryce Resort Snowtubing

The adventurous one and I going up the magic carpet to get to the top of the mountain.

Magic Carpet Bryce Resort Snowtubing

First round of snowtubing with my trusty sidekick and mini-road warriors.

Snowtubbing Bryce Resort

The adventurous one and I going down the hill.

Bryce Resort Snowtubing

Aren’t they the cutest?

Bryce Resort Snowtubing Mountain

The top portion of the 800-foot snowtubing mountain.


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