7 tobogganing hills to check out in Edmonton this winter

Jan 22 2024, 5:00 pm

No matter your age, there’s something special about grabbing a toboggan and hitting the hill. We’ve rounded up some tobogganing hills to check out this winter in Edmonton.

All of these hills are listed by the City of Edmonton, except for the Queen Elizabeth Hill — we just think it’s a wicked one to slide down, and it provides a picturesque view of downtown Edmonton. You can’t go wrong with that!

So call your friends or gather your family to check out some good tobogganing hills in Edmonton.

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Emily Murphy Park

Address: 11624 Saskatchewan Drive NW

Whitemud Park North

Address: 13204 Fox Drive NW

Gallagher Park

Address: 9505 96 Avenue NW

Government House Park

Address: 9938 Groat Road NW

Rundle Park — ACT Hill

Address: 2903 113 Avenue

Rundle Park — Walton’s Mountain

Address: 2903 113 Avenue

Queen Elizabeth Hill

Address: 10430 Queen Elizabeth Park Road

Here are some tips to reduce the risk of injury:

  • Ensure the path is clear before sliding
  • Wear a helmet
  • Walk up the hill outside of the sledding area
  • Do not dig holes, build ramps or jump on the hill
  • Parents/guardians are responsible for children
  • Always sit face-forward on your sled
  • Tobogganing is not recommended after dark
  • Dogs are not permitted at city hills — please leave your dogs at home

The City also updates the current conditions of each hill so you can look ahead in case the hill is icy or if it has the perfect amount of snow.

If you are looking for more winter activities to do, check out our roundup of skating rinks in Edmonton or if you’re more the indoorsy type, the best places to escape the cold.

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