What’s New for 2003: AvalancheXpress Tubing Hill 2
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Pennsylvania’s AvalancheXpress is about one snow sport in particular: snow tubing. AvalancheXpress provides 10 downhill tubing runs, as well as a tamer “Snowball Run” designed specifically for young children. A tubing hill features a lodge and arcade.

New for 2003, AvalancheXpress has stepped up its tubing hill by over 33% and has added a new flake ice snowmaking system. With the new snowmaking system in place, the hill hopes to open by December 1.

AvalancheXpress is located at the Heritage Hills Golf Resort and Conference Center in York, Pennsylvania.

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About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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Reader Comments

January 12, 2004
I think the snow tubing is a fun experience but the blow snow too freaken much!!!you cant even see down the hill..l.the other day i went and i ran over the edge and me and another woman hit and collided..it was a horrible sitch, and it is also very scary when your tube flies down the lift!AHHHHHH plz stop blowing snow all the time..the same fore ski liberty...i would rather have slush that ski and then cry on the way down
January 16, 2004
Why after 4 pm?? Kids are off school and earlier times would be much preferred.

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