New screams of delight are coming from Lake Louise Ski Area. Now in addition to skiing and snowboarding, the resort has launched a new thrill — a tubing hill.

The new tubing park adds to its list of family activities at Lake Louise. The Sunny Tube Park may have one of the best tubing hill locations for scenery due to the surrounding dramatic peaks of Banff National Park. Those who ski or snowboard the same day can get a discount on tubing.

The new Sunny Tube Park, which is open daily, sits in the base area at Lake Louise Ski Area for easy access by skiers and non-skiers alike. It is the second tubing operation in Banff National Park (the other tubing hill is at Mt. Norquay).

Sunny Tube Park sports two groomed lanes. Alongside, a conveyor carpet carries tubing participants up the hill to reach the start without having to hike.  

Tubing tickets for adults cost $20. Youth ages 6-17 can get tickets for $16. Kids ages four and five can tube for free.

Skiers and snowboarders who already have a lift ticket for the day can add on tubing for a discount. Tickets cost $5-10, depending on what type of day ticket you have. Season passholders can tube for free.

For more information on tubing at Lake Louise, call 403-522-3555 or go here.