Comparing Spring (2011 vs 2012)

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Comparing Spring 2011 vs 2012

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Comparing Winters

Spring has once again arrived and it already feels like summer.

This past winter season here (near Toronto) has been unseasonably warm.  I made the graph below to illustrate the temperatures over the core snow months.

It’s obviously clear that the colder season in 2011 made for more snow days.

Winter weather temperature history 2011 2012


Less Snow = More Hills

But just because we didn’t get much snow, doesn’t mean other locations didn’t.


site traffic 2011 2012


In fact our traffic grew by 15% and we more than doubled our hill count with a new record of 173 hill locations worldwide!  Check out our Top 10 list for which countries lead.  :)


Once again, I would like to thank all the contributors of toboggan hills and those participating in the community to make the site an awesome success.

If you have any comments or suggestions as to how yet to improve the site, or would like to discuss banner advertising, cross marketing, or affiliates, please don't hesitate to contact me.

There are still more plans for TobogganHills.com in the coming next winter 2012/2013 season.

So keep those sleds ready, and hope for tons of snow!   :)


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My name is Sebastian Dwornik and I am a tobogganist near Toronto, Canada.

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