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Tobogganing and sledding

In the winter, tobogganing and sledding on the hills of Calgary is a thrilling way to enjoy the winter and take advantage of the snow. Several parks and greenspaces offer safe and exciting hills.

Safety first! Always remember, helmets on heads!

Tobogganing is an activity that you do at your own risk. The City is not responsible for any personal injury or damage to personal items.

City maintained hills

Please note: All listings are weather dependent.

Hill Location

Big Marlborough Park - dry pond

​Bridlewood

2807 10 St. N.W.

Deerfoot Athletic Park

1503 16 Ave. N.E.

Glendale Park

2225 45 St. S.W.

​Hidden Valley

Kingsland - dry pond

505 78 Ave. S.W. - behind the Rose Kohn/Jimmie Condon Arenas

Maple Ridge - dry pond

Marlborough Community Association

McKenzie Towne​

Monterey Park

​New Brighton

Richmond Green

2539 33 Ave. S.W.

Royal Oak

Rundle - dry pond

Sacramento - dry pond

Scarboro

1737 14 Ave. S.W.

Signal Hill

St. Andrew's Heights

2504 13 Ave. N.W.

Stanley Park

330 42 Ave. S.W.

Thorncliffe/Greenview

Note: For safety reasons, the Parks and Pathways Bylaw prohibits tobogganing or sledding downhill in any City-maintained park except the ones listed above. The bylaw does not apply to private, provincial, or federal land. Citizens wanting additional hills to be considered for tobogganing can contact 311. A site assessment will be conducted and a public engagement process will determine the site's suitability.​​​​​