Before heading out for a day of sledding, cruise on over to the City of Edmonton Website for updates on hill conditions.
Emily Murphy Park Hill
Located on the southside of the North Saskatchewan River, the steep run eventually evens out at the bottom, making for a smooth landing. The park is also equipped with firepits and bathrooms nearby.
This hill comes complete with a stunning view of the downtown skyline. The slope is large, making for a long walk to the top – but it’s well worth the effort!
Government House Park
With a a fantastic view of MacKinnon Ravine, this hill offers an exhilarating run perfect for thrill seekers. Plus, scenes from the movie Snow Day starring Chevy Chase were filmed here!
Queen Elizabeth Park
Located in the city’s core, the hill at Queen Elizabeth Park is a great spot for an afternoon of sledding. Make a day of it by exploring the winding river valley trails nearby afterwards.
Rundle Park ACT Hill
This hill is located in picturesque Rundle Park, on the north east side of the city. There’s a clearly marked area to the left of the hill where you can climb up – an important feature that reduces the risk of collisions!
Rundle Park Walton’s Mountain
Also at Rundle Park, Walton’s Mountain offers a steeper option for older kids or adults looking for the thrill of a big hill. We recommend starting out at Act Hill, then making your way to Walton’s Mountain to finish off your day with a hit of adrenaline!
Whitemud Park North
This medium-sized run has stairs on the side that lead to the top, which helps you avoid the odd crash. There’s also a large washroom building at the bottom of the hill which can be used as a changeroom.