Branson Zipline is constructing the country’s largest synthetic snow tubing hill, set to open later this year.
A high-performance snow sports surface branded as Snowflex will cover the hill, known as “Wolfe Mountain.” The use of Snowflex allows the attraction to remain open year-round and is the same type of material used by Olympic ski teams to practice in summer months.
Nestled in the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains, the 400-foot-long and 60-foot-wide slope allows up to six tubes to run down simultaneously. A “margic carpet” lift will transport tubers to the top of the slope.
Branson Zipline is located just north of Branson along Highway 65. The complex already features eight zip lines, 10 suspension bridges, and 40-foot and 100-foot simulated free falls.Sign up now for the Branson Christmas newsletter to get these stories delivered straight to your inbox. Also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.