You pay $25 for 2 hours to snow tube down the mountain side. A conveyor belt takes you up the mountain side. It has 5 lanes and you are only allowed to ride the tubes belly down. You also have to stop yourself by digging your toes into the ice before you hit the huge hay bales at the end of the run. Unless of course you are creative enough to turn the tube around.
A photographer takes photos of you on the conveyor and tubing which can be purchased.
It's a lot of fun for the young and old. The temperature dropped to 20 then 18 at 5pm with a wind chill of 18. Brrrrrrr.
When you come to Maggie Valley, driving the Blue Ridge Parkway is a *must*. The view of mountain ranges stacked one behind the other is breathtaking, and changes with the season and the weather.
Our favorite look-out is atop Waterrock Knob, which is about 6 miles along the parkway, from Timberwolf Creek. The mountain drops off steeply on both sides of the pullout, and you can see for fifty miles on a clear day! Phenomenal.
Please visit our website at TimberwolfCreek.com for lots more information about Maggie Valley, and of course, about our bed & breakfast.