“not like the ranch.”
Hidden Valley is the one place in Rocky where sledding is allowed. No tows are provided; you walk your sled, saucer, or tube up the hill and slide down. It's a pretty gentle hill, being the bottom of the bunny slope of the former Hidden Valley Ski Area. Skiers, snow boarders, and snowshoers may pass but must use caution around sledders, and slow down to yield the right-of-way. A restroom is at the bottom of the hill by the parking lot. On most weekends when there's an attendant, a warming room is also available. Winter winds can scour the area, causing conditions to vary, so call the park Information Office for the latest information
You can bring sleds, tubes, and skis and snowboards without bindings! This is a huge spot for families and it isn't hard to see why-- it's insanely fun. If you're coming for out of town, you can rent sleds and tubes at gear shops in town.
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