Edmonton is a proud winter city and getting outside to burn off energy and soak up some (winter) sun is a necessity for keeping that cabin fever at bay. Luckily, you’re never too far from some great tobogganing hills in Edmonton. Most neighbourhoods have small hills that you can pop over to for a quick outing. If you’re wanting something a little more wild, check out these city-maintained tobogganing hills. They have safe run-outs, reduced hazards and safety signs. Of course, it’s always a great precaution to wear a helmet — especially for little ones!

Emily Murphy Park

Where: Emily Murphy Park Rd. and Groat Rd.

Gallagher Park

Where: 97 Ave. and 92 St.

Government House Park

Where: Groat Rd. and River Valley Rd.

Rundle Park – ACT Hill

Where: 2903-113 Ave.

Rundle Park – Walton’s Mountain

Where: 2903-113 Ave.

Whitemud Park North

Where: Keillor Rd. and Fox Drive

Be sure to check conditions on tobogganing hills in Edmonton by clicking HERE or calling 311 before you go. As of the date of publication, several hills were closed due to unsafe, icy conditions or insufficient snow pack. With snow on the way, hopefully the status of those