If you're the adventurous type and always looking for something fun to do, even in the winter, snow tubing is for you. Never been? I'm here to help you out because New England just happens to have three New England spots with the best snow tubing in the country. Snow tubing is perfect for beginners If you don't mind, and actually enjoy the great outdoors during the wintertime, snow tubing is perfect for you. It requires minimal equipment, is perfect for all ages, and if a great option for people who may have physical limitations or disabilities. One of the other great things about it, is that snow tubing slopes have been designed with safety in mind. Slopes are well-groomed and they have barriers that are there to keep you on track. And for people worried about falling or have a fear of heights, the good thing is, you're close to the ground. Tips for beginners Skadi Snow Sports offers these tips if you're just starting out. Choose the right hill. There are hills specifically for beginners. Start out on those. They usually have "a gentle slope and are less intimidating for those who are new to the sport." Dress appropriately. This means staying warm and comfortable by layering with moisture-wicking base layers, warmer mid-layers, and a waterproof outer layer so you'll stay dry. Also make sure you have insulated waterproof boots, mittens or gloves, a hat, and goggles or sunglasses. Learn the technique. Basically you should be in the center or the tube, lean back slightly and lift your feet off the ground. Then just use your hands to steer. Simple. Start slowly. You may be nervous which is natural. Start with shorter and slower rides until you get comfortable. Then you can increase as you get more confidence. Enjoy the ride! Safety first. Always follow the rules set by the snow tubing hill. Helmets will add protection. Even though they're not required, it could be a good idea for beginners. Top New England Spots for snow tubing Three New England snow tubing spots were in the top ten in the country. This is according to the USAToday Readers' Choice. You can get the complete list HERE. #5 - Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway, NH - Get hours, prices, and all info HERE. #6 - King Pine Ski Area in Madison, NH - What you need to now HERE. #8 - Butternut Ski Area and Tubing Center in Great Barrington, MA - All info HERE. Happy snow tubing friends!