COVID Can’t Stop Night Tubing With Colored Lights and Music This Winter
The coronavirus pandemic isn't going to stop Lunar Lights Tubing, a winter experience of colors and music in western New York.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced ski resorts can reopen with 50 percent indoor capacity and strict health and safety protocols under state-issued guidance starting Friday, November 6. "Beginning next month, Ski resorts will be allowed to reopen, which will allow New Yorkers to have some outdoor activity this winter without having to quarantine when they come back."
Make plans to slide down the hill as thousands of LED lights, pulse, fade and change to music at the Peek n Peak Resort this winter. On select nights, there's even a live DJ.
You won't even have to wear yourself out walking back up the hill. There's a Magic Carpet Lift that will bring you and your tube back to the top.
Peek n Peak Resort is located at 1405 Old Road in Clymer, New York. The opening date is weather dependent. "Our winter activities usually begin opening in Mid-December, but if the weather will allow us to open earlier, we certainly would," said Corporate Marketing Manager George Kilbert.
Whether taking part in the Lunar Lights Tubing, snowboard or skiing, all guests at Peek n Peak Resort will be required to practice social distancing and wear a face mask while in line and riding the ski lift or magic carpet lift to the top of the hill. "We believe there will be a limited capacity on our restaurants and indoor facilities and we will strongly encourage guests to buy their snow tubing or lift tickets in advance on our website," said Kilbert.
State guidance for ski resorts:
- Masks required at all times, except when eating/drinking or skiing.
- Social distancing between parties required at all times.
- Restrict gondolas/lifts to members of the same party.
- Limit ski lessons to no more than 10 people.
- Thorough cleaning and disinfection of shared/rented equipment.
- Shuttles, food & beverage, retail service must conform to State-issued guidance.
- Reduce outdoor capacity on mountain by 25% during "peak" days or if multiple trails are closed due to unseasonable conditions.
There are no plans to eliminate any winter activities this season, but there are plans to expand. "We're look at some of the resort services, offering new options for dining like a grab & go option for family dinners."
Snow Tubing starts at 4pm Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, when the hill opens for the season.
Learn more and get tickets at pknpk.com.