Travel

Sledding on the Vegas Strip? You bet.

It may have been a balmy 66 degrees in Las Vegas yesterday (yes, in December), but why should that stop folks on the Strip from partaking in a little fun in the snow?

Nope, it's hardly surprising in a city full of replicas that somebody's gone and built a huge sledding hill covered with real snow, right in the middle of town. Sure, it's not quite skiing down this insane vertical chute, but for $5 a ride ($20 unlimited pass), visitors can tube down the 30ft-tall slope at Linq's Winter Parq until December 28. 

 

In addition to the tubing slope, the park's blasting actual snowflakes at people every half hour -- yep, only in Vegas would people actually pay for this! Also, there's a ferris wheel.

In Vegas right now? Going next week? If so, you can buy your tickets here.


Chloe Pantazi is an editorial assistant on Thrillist's travel team. Yes, that's a British accent. No, she doesn't watch Doctor Who. Follow her on Twitter at @ChloePantazi.