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Region/District/County: Durham City: Oshawa Property: Private Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees avg. Length: ~50-100 ft. avg. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: No
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Jen, 1-23-2011
Directions: This sledding hill is located on the northwest corner of Park Road and Philip Murray Avenue in Oshawa, Ontario. It is commonly referred to as the GM Sledding Hill or the GM Hill (General Motors Assembly Plant).

Comments: There is a road/intersection near the hill; however, the City of Oshawa fences in the hill every winter for the protection of the people who use the hill, as well as motorists.

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Region/District/County: Durham City: Pickering Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: This sledding hill called Snake Hill. It is part of the Rouge Valley Park system, bordering Scarborough and Pickering. Google Map Here

Comments: It is not a tobogganing hill, but rather an abandoned ski hill. Make no mistake, it is twice the size of the so called king of the hills in Toronto, Riverdale East or West, no offense intended. You will obtain very good speeds even 1/2 way down. Do not attempt a run from the top unless the snow has completely melted due to hidden ruts. GT snow racers go from 1/2 way down with decent results. There was a commercial luge that went down from 1/2 way down and obtained serious speeds. Danger!! There are chunks of very large and unmoveable ice blocks at the bottom of the hill from the overflow of the river. This is a serious hill.

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Region/District/County: Durham City: Newcastle Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: You will probably go up Mill Street in Newcastle - off the 401 - to the second traffic light where you will turn left. Go thru the stop sign (after stopping) and this cool little toboggan hill will be on your right side just past the bridge. Google Map Here.

Comments: A neat little hill that is frequented by the locals, travels down from the street level into the gully. Not for those thrill seekers who seek a radical ride but this is great for young kids and makes for a nice trip to the east end.

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Region/District/County: Grey City: Owen Sound Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill in Harrison Park Google Map Here.

Comments: Harrison Park is a wonderful family destination. In addition to its own trail system, there is a huge toboggan hill on the east side of the Sydenham River. Separate parking is available and the hill is a popular spot on winter weekends.

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Region/District/County: Halton City: Burlington (Greater Toronto) Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~25 degrees avg. Length: ~100-200 ft. avg. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: 3480 Upper Middle Rd Burlington, ON L7M, Canada. Google Map Here.

Comments: A popular hill for the locals with a long runway at the bottom and great for small kids with parents. Itís also very wide. Parking is free and available near the strip mall across the street beside the hill.

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Region/District/County: Halton City: Burlington (Greater Toronto) Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~35 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Bronte Creek Provincial Park Google Map Here.

Comments: A great double-sided hill. So you can toboggan on either side with good run off at the bottom. Some small bushes surround the hills but they don't cause any damage. Great for all.

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Region/District/County: Halton City: Burlington Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth Crowds: Some
Slope: ~25 degrees Length: ~50-100 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Eric Dahlgren, 1-21-2012
Directions: Sledding hill at Taywood Park at the south end of the park behind the soccer goals going toward Beaudoin public school. Taywood park is off of Dundass at Milcroft road.

Comments: Parking is avaialble at the park and school.

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Region/District/County: Halton City: Burlington (Greater Toronto) Property: Public School Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Bruce T. Lindley School off of Cavendish Dr. Google Map Here.

Comments: Good hill right next to the school. Small parking lot and some street parking. In a residential area so gets busy on the weekends.

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Region/District/County: Middlesex City: London Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth Crowds: None
Slope: 20 degrees Length: 50-100 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (See comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Ewan Macpherson, 1-1-2013
Directions: Piccadilly Park, corner of Kenneth & Waterloo. Google Map Here

Comments: Parking on-street on Kenneth. Lots of space on a wide, short, medium-steep hill. Just a few trees to watch out for. Good for younger kids with parents or solo.

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Region/District/County: Middlesex City: London Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Doidge Park off of Cheapside St. Google Map Here

Comments: Awesome ride down into a park. Fairly steep. Playground in the park. Coined "The ultimate valley."

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Region/District/County: Middlesex City: London Property: College Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: None
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at the University of Western Ontario called Brescia Hill near Brescia Lane & Sarnia Rd. Google Map Here

Comments: A small sledding hill, convenient for students in the area who are craving a Toboggan run. Across the street from Subway and Pizza Hut for snack breaks. The sun doesn't hit the hill too badly, so when all the other hills have melted this one is still usually available.

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Region/District/County: Middlesex City: Middlesex Centre Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Weldon Park off of St. Johns Dr. Take Richmond Street out to Arva and turn right on St. JOhn's Drive and keep going straight. Google Map Here

Comments: None.

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Region/District/County: Muskoka City: Gravenhurst Property: Private Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Dirt Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees avg. Length: ~400-500 ft. avg. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Jon, 1-4-2007
Directions: Sledding hills at Pratt's Pitt. Pitt on the edge of Gravenhurst's industrial park.

Comments: Large with varying slopes, from 70 to 35 degrees. Commonly used, usually a few people around, some small clumps of bushes, easily avoidable.

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Region/District/County: National Capital Region City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes, (See comments)
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes, (See comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Small local sledding hill at Alda Burt Park Google Map Here

Comments: Parking provided at Dempsey Community Centre, partially lit from the parking lot, gradual slopes, long run on west section of the hill, short run on the east section of the hill. Caution restricted use: the east section run is in close proximity to the play structure, a tree and wooden cribbing.

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Region/District/County: National Capital Region City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Apollo Crater Park Google Map Here

Comments: Very large dry man-made storm water pond facility. Serves local community, unlit, parking can be squeezed in on the side of the road. Gradual slope, wide open landing areas, no obstructions. Easy for the kids.

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Region/District/County: National Capital Region City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~200-300 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (See Comments) Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Mooney's Bay Park Google Map Here

Comments: Large citywide man-made hill in a visible location. Gradual to semi-steep slop, wide vision lines, long run offs, unlit, parking is provided at Terry Fox Athletic Facility. Caution: Trees and lampposts in area are wrapped with padding. Sledders are cautioned that the chain-link fence to the north side of the hill is a potential collision hazard.

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Region/District/County: National Capital Region City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~800-900 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding Greens Creek Hill near Greenbelt Trail Google Map Here

Comments: Probably one of the best hills in the east end...Right near the HWY.

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Region/District/County: Gloucester Township City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-25-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Loyola Park Google Map Here

Comments: Large natural hill, multi-levels and berms, street parking, unlit. Steep and gradual slopes with open spaces and clear long run off.

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Region/District/County: Gloucester Township City: Ottawa Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: None
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-25-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Appleford Park Google Map Here

Comments: Small local man-made hill, very gradual slope, unlit, no parking is a drop-off or walk to park. Clear run to the south and west with no obstructions. Caution restricted use: east and north sides of the hill have trees and play structure components. Parking is virtually non-existent.

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Region/District/County: Peel City: Mississauga Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-22-2011
Directions: Sledding hill at Birchwood Park off of Lakeshore Rd. W. (Google Map Here)

Comments: Wide and long hill with plenty of parking and easy access. Good for all.

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Region/District/County: Perth City: Stratford Property: Public School Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~200-300 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Tanya Calvert, 1-5-2014
Directions: Located at Stratford Central Secondary School, 60 St. Andrew Street at the back of the school.

Comments: Lots of parking available. Great hill for the whole family!

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Region/District/County: Waterloo City: Baden Property: Private Permission: SEE UPDATE
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some, (See comments)
Slope: ~55 degrees avg. Length: ~200-300 ft. avg. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes, (See comments)
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes, (See comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: TresWife, 1-11-2005
Updated By: Heather Ellingham, 1-2-2013
Directions: From Stratford or Kitchener take the Baden exit. The Baden exit is located on HWY 7/8. If you need directions to the Baden Tower, stop and ask one of the friendly locals or local businesses. Most will be happy to offer directions.

Comments: 3 main hills spanning about 270 degrees around (3-sided), and various surrounding smaller hills. Hills range in length from 30-3000 ft, and in slope by 30-70 degrees. It is all entirely dependant on which hill you choose, but you need to read the 2013 update below regarding hills west of the Tower which are private property. Some are appropriate for the youngest sledders, others are appropriate for the daredevils.

Specific obstacle: There is one electrical (hydro) tower at the base of one smaller, secondary hill. Location of this obstacle is *very* obvious when you arrive. You would have to be blind or oblivious to miss it. You need to read the 2013 update below regarding hills west of the Tower along with hazards.

Parking: Cars may be parked along the side of the two bordering roads, on a first come first serve basis, but not on any road that may be associated with the 2013 update below. You may have to walk a bit, but you'll have to do that anyway to reach the top of your hill of choice.

Crowds: Baden and its surrounding villages comprise a rather small, tight-knit, and family-oriented community. You will find relatively small crowds as a result, but this IS a very popular sledding place. You will see everyone from infants to senior citizens. Exercise due caution and diligence to prevent unnecessary accidents.

Activities: The popular activities are tobogganing (sledding), GT snowracers (a specialized sled with seats and steering), and snowboarding. Snowmobiles are forbidden.



2013 UPDATE: The owner of the hills west of the Tower (farm property) sent an update stating: "Hills west of the Tower Hill in Baden are farm property. Fencing (including electric) surrounds area as this is a PRIVATE FARM being used for agricultural use. NOT FOR PUBLIC USE. Bull on hill

Therefore, being the webmaster of this site, I recommend that you don't sled hills "west of the Tower Hill"!




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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto (Scarborough) Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: No Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hills located at L'Amoreaux Park South Google Map Here

Comments:L'Amoreaux Park South is a unique sledding hill. There are two peaks side by side. Scenic view, fairly steep and quite a long run available from some points. The hills are not that widely known, but stellars hill nonetheless. It's part of the Toronto Hydro corridor so that might explain their height. There is nothing around any higher, so you feels like you are on a small mountain top. I visited the slope but have yet to go down them. Looking forward to that!

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Large
Slope: ~60 degrees Length: ~50-100 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (See Comments) Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Anonymous, 12-23-2004
Updated By:Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Christie Pits Park, 750 Bloor St. W. at Christie St.. Google Map Here

Comments: Christie Pits has three different hills offering three different kinds of ride, with a respectable steepness to give you a good workout on the reclimb. Beware of telephone pole at bottom of one of the hills.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Large
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~200-300 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Riverdale Park East off Broodview Ave. Google Map Here

Comments: Riverdale Park is where you go when you've had a few too many quayludes and you climb out of your basement to go sledding with Jack Layton. It has one of the best views of any hill in Toronto, and the slope is as straight as it is steep. If Withrow Park was the toboganning hill of ones inner child's dreams, Riverdale Park is the perfect hill for ones inner young adult. Huge hill.. best in Toronto. Capacity is not an issue here. There are no stairs to climb back up though.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: None
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Located at Westlake Memorial Park, also known as Jasper Park accessed by Arnold Ave. Google Map Here

Comments: This hill is a real hidden gem. Best attacked from the west. As you can see from the map there is a paved pathway that crosses it west to east. This makes an attack from the north very dangerous. If you have any speed you will be airborne over that pathway so attack the hill from the west. The sledding hill on the west side is fairly straight, has a few contours at the bottom and has a long runway. Visited only by the locals but this hill seriously challenges Riverdale. Great view of the city including the CN tower from here. There is a small pond that can freeze over which gives an additional bonus if you can hit it. The sledding hill has tall weeds but they are quickly dispatched once the season starts. The sledding hill is also nearby Fergie Brown to the north and west.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Withrow Park off Logan Ave. Google Map Here

Comments: This sledding hill is steep and smooth mostly, and its relative shortness is ideal for toddlers and kids at heart. A popular spot, the side of the hill gets slippery with packed snow. Luckily, a set of stairs on the far left make for an easy hike.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Located at Sir Winston Churchill Park. Just north of Casa Loma, east off of Spadina Road (not Spadina Avenue) Google Map Here

Comments: Sir Winston Churchill Park is undoubtedly the steepest hill in Toronto. It's fantastic. There is a small hill to the north of the main one, which has been fenced off to prevent a double hill ride. With any fast sled, that trick would send someone straight to the hospital. As it is, there are some major obstacles at the bottom of the hill to avoid - picnic bench, garbage can, two drain grates, light posts, and a ravine at the far end. Great acceleration is guaranteed right from the top. There is a handy gravel walkway up on the east side, so many runs can be achieved. There is street parking on the east side of the park, on Russel Hill. The main parking area into the hill will only accomodate a few vehicles. A metal swinging gate which is normally locked, makes unavailable the rest of the potential parking.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: Yes Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-22-2011
Directions: Located at Trinity Bellwoods Park off Gore Vale Ave. Google Map Here

Comments: This well-known park gets points for convenience and character. If you don't already live within walking distance, I'm sure you can find an exhibit opening on Queen or Dundas to pre-ride for.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-25-2011
Directions: Sledding hill located at Duplex Parkette off Duplex Ave. Google Map Here

Comments: It gets a good amount of snow, isn't too high...so it's great for little kids, and has a "not too steep, but steep enough for fun" angle to it.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-25-2011
Directions: Sledding hill located at High Park off of Colborne Lodge Drive. Google Map Here

Comments: The wintersports connoiseur knows that High Park cannot be avoided. It offers a variety of sledding hills and the forestation makes the discovery of a new offroad trail as exhilhirating as actually riding it. The most popular hill just south of the Grenadier Restaurant is safe for beginners, but can get crowded quickly. Follow Deer Pen Road through the zoo and to the first parking lot for a more challenging ride: but only in high snow! The hillside is mosly stairs.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Sledding hill located at Bickford Park off of Harbord St. Google Map Here

Comments: Similar to Rennie Park in Toronto, but not as steep. Not a bad hill at all. Straight and unobstructed on the west side of the park. Not as steep as Christie Pits which is just to the north. Few ruts and bumps with some exception at the bottom. Nice location in the city.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-25-2011
Directions: Sledding hill located at Lithuania Park off of Keele St. Google Map Here

Comments: Easily one of the best hills in Toronto, Lithuania Park is a mostly undiscovered treat north of the more popular High Park, on Keele. Frequented only by local families, this taller hill offers speed and enough room at the bottom to slow down properly. The hill is slightly curved--to test your skills, try to push your starting spot as far to the left as possible without offroading into the trees before you reach the bottom. The top of the hill can get very icey in inclement weather. A smaller hill opposite is a good place to train a little sister or brother.

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Region/District/County: York City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Large
Slope: ~35 degrees Length: ~300-400 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Riverdale Park West off Riverdale Park Rd. Google Map Here

Comments: Nice hill. Steep, and long enough for some good fun. Permanent stairs for climbing back up.

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Region/District/County: Metropolitan Toronto City: Toronto Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Esther Lorrie Park off Westhumber Blvd. Google Map Here

Comments: Steep and Fast Hill! (Humber Trail Hill)

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Region/District/County: Metropolitan Toronto City: Etobicoke Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-22-2011
Directions: Located at Pine Point Park off Hadrian Dr. Google Map Here

Comments: A very popular hill with a wide range of slopes. Everything from a small beginner side to extreme drops and potholes. Itís safer now that they built a fence around the tree line near the edges. This hill has good speed and a rollercoaster feel. Parking is free and available beside the hill.

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Region/District/County: Metropolitan Toronto City: Etobicoke Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~45 degrees Length: ~100-200 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: click video camera for video of sledder on hill (Via YouTube) Photo: click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-22-2011
Directions: Located at Centennial Park Google Map Here

Comments: Steep, fast, and popular. This hill has a reputation for breaking a lot of sleds.

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Region/District/County: York City: Woodbridge Property: Conservation Area Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: Unknown Length: Unknown Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes (see Comments)
Hazards/Obstructions: None Video: None Photo: None Submitted By: Steve King, 12-21-2011
Directions: Located at Boyd Conservation Area, 8739 Islington Ave Woodbridge, ON L4L 2V5, Canada Google Map Here.

Comments: An awesome hill area that is super wide and with a slope to satisfy every type of tobogganer. The park is normally closed in the winter, but you can park your car near the front gates, off the road, and walk in.

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Region/District/County: York City: York (Toronto) Property: Public Park Permission: Yes
Designated Sledding Area: No Turf: Grass Texture: Smooth & Bumpy Crowds: Some
Slope: ~40 degrees Length: ~50-100 ft. Easily Accessible: Yes Nearby Parking: Yes
Hazards/Obstructions: Yes (see comments) Video: None Photo: click camera for photo of hill click camera for photo of hill Submitted By: Steve King, 12-26-2011
Directions: Located at Fairbanks Memorial Park Google Map Here

Comments: Fairbanks is a steep, short hill visited by the local kids. You can get a decent run from the east side. There is a sidewalk at the bottom of the hill which presents a problem; when the sidewalk is plowed, it can create quite a launch, considering the other side of the sidewalk is lower. I went unexpectedly into the air, cleared the sidewalk and pranged my ribs on the other side of the sidewalk. Don't underestimate this hill like I did. There are stairs on the east side if you end up with a limp.

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