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Toronto's best snow hills for sledding

Grab the toboggan and go check out these local slopes with your little ones.

By Katie Dupuis
Toronto's best snow hills for sledding

Toronto's best snow hills for sledding

Where to go sledding

When Today’s Parent staffers were asked for their favourite snow hills in the city, the answers came fast and furious. Each response was enthusiastic, definitive and so loyal to different Toronto neighbourhoods that we’d never be able to deem just one “the best of the best.”

But one thing we know for sure: These hills are tried-and-tested, so we’re sure your brood won’t be disappointed. Keep in mind: This is by no means a definitive list for Toronto sledding locations; it’s just a place to start. If we missed your family’s go-to park, drop us a line at editors@todaysparent.com and we’ll add it. Don’t forget to include your hot chocolate spot recommendations, too!

Toronto's best snow hills for sledding Photo: Amelia Lyon Photography

If you live in the east

Head to these sledding hills:

Withrow Park, 725 Logan Avenue

Greenwood Park, 1041 Gerrard St. E.

Cassels Park, 69 Cassels Avenue

Hot chocolate recommendation: Sideshow Café, 1300 Gerrard St. E.

Toronto's best snow hills for sledding Photo: Toronto and Region Conservation

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If you live in the west

Head to these sledding hills:

High Park, 1837 Bloor St. W.

Trinity Bellwoods, 155 Crawford St.

Bickford Park, 400 Grace St.

Hot chocolate recommendation: White Squirrel Coffee Shop, 907 Queen St. W.

Toronto's best snow hills for sledding Photo: Toronto and Region Conservation

If you live in the north

Head to these sledding hills:

Lawrence Park Collegiate, 125 Chatsworth Dr.

North Toronto Memorial Park, 200 Eglinton Ave. W.

Hot chocolate recommendation: Phipps Bakery Café, 420 Eglinton Ave. W.

Toronto's best snow hills for sledding Photo: Amelia Lyon Photography

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Toronto's best snow hills for sledding Photo: omgimages/iStockphoto
This article was originally published on Jan 23, 2013

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