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Hansen's Resort: The Best Snow Tubing & Saucer Hill in Tahoe!

Hansen's Snow Tube Hill


- OPEN FOR 2022-2023 SEASON -


- *Please Call 530-544-3361 for Snow Tubing Operations -


*Official 2022 -2023 Season Pricing (Subject to Change)

  • Snow Tube and Saucer - Season Rates (Cash Only):

    Cost (Cash Only)
    $40 / Hour

    Ages 5 & Up $40.00/Hour
    Children 4 & Under tube free when accompanied by a paying adult.
    Snow tubing sessions are one-hour long.
    All tubers must be able to independently get in and out of their own tube.

  • Includes the use of the tube and/or saucer.
  • Tickets sold on first come first serve basis.
  • Tickets are per person, non-transferable and non-refundable.
  • Snow tubing hours are weather and conditions permitting.
  • All tubers must be able to independently get in and out of their own tube.
  • FREE PARKING for those snow tubing with us.

*Other Websites with Hansens Pricing. This is the official page for Hansens Resort and its Rates. We appreciate the websites who mention our snow tube hill, however we don't have control over other websites that may not reflect our current correct pricing rates.

** Brochure & Rates:
To save trees, protect the environment & keeping Tahoe Blue, you may come across our old brochure that may have the Old price on them. This site is the official pricing page for Hansen's Resort. Thank you for understanding and helping us keep Tahoe Blue!

Tube Times

  • Open daily during winter (weather permitting) from 10am to 3-4 pm (Call 530-544-3361 for the daily recorded message for the most current operation info/update, as they are subject to change due to inclemate weather)
  • Open - all holidays - including Christmas & New Year's day.
  • Snow Tube Season is typically - mid December through mid to late March.

About The Hill

  • Snow Tube Run is approximately 400 ft long and is fun for all ages.
  • There is a trail up the side of the run to come back up.
  • Runs are groomed daily, with high "walls" and a small hill below to stop you.
  • We have parking & toilets for your convenience.

Suggested Items to Bring

Face-Mask, Snow boots, water proof pants, jacket, hat and gloves, goggles or glasses and a great appetite for tubular fun!
Ski boots are not permitted on the tubing hill.


An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place.  COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death.  By visiting Hansen's Resort (HR), you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. It is your responsibility to follow in compliance with local, state and federal guidelines and to read and comply with all instructions and signage posted at HR and on HR website.  Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.  Wear a face covering in designated areas and maintain at least 6 feet physical distancing from other guests, including in snow-tube lines. 


  • At least six feet of physical distance must be maintained, including when in our parking lots, snow-tube lines, restrooms, etc.
  • Face coverings are required in common areas. Face coverings are required outdoors where physical distancing cannot be guaranteed.
  • Practice good hygiene - wash your hands frequently or use disinfectant
  • Guests must avoid visiting HR if they are aware of personal exposure to COVID-19 positive contacts over the prior 14 days
  • Resort personnel may refuse entry and/or request guests to depart HR if guests exhibit symptoms of sickness
  • Failure to cooperate with physical distancing and updated HR policies may result in a loss of HR privileges


Will I be required to wear a face covering when at the resort?

All guests are required to wear a face covering where physical distancing cannot be guaranteed, including in snow-tube lines and other outdoor areas. Face coverings are not required while eating or drinking. Guests do not need to wear face coverings while snow-tubing down the hill/trail, but we ask that guests always remain conscious of physical distance, no matter what they are doing. Drop your mask when you’re ready to drop in!

What if I sincerely don’t believe face coverings are helpful? What should I do?

We are requiring face coverings throughout the resort, as explained above. If you are not actively engaged in the downhill sliding part of snow tubing/sleeding/saucer, you will likely need to have your face covering on. If you don’t feel that you can deliver on this request, or if it’s just not right for you, or if you think we’re crazy for requiring face coverings – please don’t visit Hansen's Resort while COVID-modified operating rules are in place. We will be happy to welcome you back unmasked when pandemic-related government regulations are removed.

What if I can’t wear a face covering because of a disability?

We require face coverings be worn on resort property without exception.  While we understand there are those with disability related issues with face coverings, the Americans with Disability Act does not provide a blanket exemption to people with disabilities from complying with legitimate safety requirements that are necessary for safe operations.  We also believe that in most cases, people have already worked out disability related issues with face coverings, given that mask requirements have been broadly in place for months in order to help protect the public health. Disability-related mask issues can frequently be resolved by the use of a clear mask, a face shield or a looser face covering rather than a cloth mask (such as a scarf). These alternatives are considered reasonable accommodations to a face covering requirement and will be permitted for those who have a disability that prevents wearing a standard face covering. If these reasonable accommodations do not work for you, please contact us before you arrive.  Failure to cooperate with resort policies regarding physical distancing and face coverings once at the resort may result in a loss of resort privileges.


Winter: Non Service Animals are not allowed on any trails, snow tube hill or any area on the property due to safety concerns.  Any persons with dogs in violation of this policy will be asked to remove the dog from the resort immediately and may be subject to other penalties

Summer: Hansen's Snow Tube Hill is closed during the summer. Animals are not allowed on any trails, snow tube hill or any area on the property during the temporary closures of terrain, trails,  and other portions within Hansen’s operational boundaries. Any persons with dogs in violation of this policy will be asked to remove the dog from the resort immediately and may be subject to other penalties.


Hansen's Snow Tube Hill supports the use of trained service dogs during the winter operating season (closed to public during summer). All service dogs must meet current ADA guidelines to  include and be trained and utilized for a  specific disability approved by ADA regulations.

The use of service dogs on Hansen's Snow Tube Hill on-slope/tubing activities conflict with Hansen's safety  requirements necessary for the reasonably safe operation of our on-slope/tubing activities. These safety concerns include the use of service dogs that  expose the user, snow tubers and other persons, to a safety  hazard. These safety concerns are compounded by our facility’s large volume of trail use up and down the hill. Persons using service dogs  shall obey all other permanent or temporary closures of terrain, trails, or other areas within Hansen's Area.  These safety requirements are based on actual risks and are for all guests of Hansen's Resort to obey and respect.

All guests of Hansen's Resort and service animals are permitted in pedestrian areas (pedestrian area's defined and limited to parking lot, mid way public and bottom tube hill viewing area) UNLESS one of the two exceptions are met: (1) The animal is out of control and the animal’s handler does not take effective action to control it; or (2) The animal is not housebroken. A service animal shall have a harness, leash, or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because of a disability to use a harness, leash, or other tether, or the use of a harness, leash, or other tether would interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of work of tasks, in which case the service animal must be otherwise under the handler’s control (e.g. voice control, signals, or other effective means).

Note: This no animals allowed to ride down hill policy is due to past incidences of service animals becoming distressed during ride down, escaping from owner during ride, and causing disruption to other guests.  So for the well being of the animal and for other guests we have unfortunately implemented this policy.

Below are just a few photos of our Tubing Hill. To get a better idea, check out our photo gallery!

Hansens Resort
Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill
1360 Ski Run Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA
Ph: 530-544-3361    Email: info@hansensresort.com

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