Titletown updates pricing for tubing at Ariens Hill

Posted Jan 12, 2018

$3 for a single ride, $10 for an unlimited ticket

Titletown has set new pricing for tubing at Ariens Hill for the rest of the winter season, with unlimited ride tickets now available.

The single ride price remains $3, and unlimited ride tickets are $10 per person. On weekdays, unlimited tickets are valid all day and on weekends, unlimited tickets will be valid for a three hour period.

Additionally, combined pricing is available for those who wish to tube and skate in the same day.

Titletown rental tubes must be used in order to ride down Ariens Hill, and will be provided at no cost. All riders must purchase a tubing ticket to use Ariens Hill, which are available in the rental hut adjacent to 46 Below.

Tube riders descend from the top of Ariens Hill – at a height of 46 feet – down the hill, stretching 300 feet from start to finish. While tubes are being returned to the top of Ariens Hill via an automated system, tube riders can climb the stairs to the summit to begin another thrilling ride. Hill attendants are present to instruct riders when to proceed down the hill.

Riders must be at least four years old and 42 inches tall.

Full age, height and health restrictions for tubing, as well as rules, hours and admission prices can be found at

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