Why TobogganHills.com ?Monday, November 01, 2010, by Sebastian Dwornik
In February of 2008, on a brisk and sunny winter’s afternoon, I drove to a hill within a conservation park over 60km away from my home.
This hill is special to me as it is where my father brought my sister and I tobogganing during our childhood years.
The only downside is that it is far from where I live now, and since I didn’t know of any other hills within my new area, I had little choice.
I would ask my friends and neighbors for local hills, but that wasn’t very dependable.
And so it then struck me, wondering why I couldn’t just Google Map search for toboggan hills ?
Better yet, why wasn’t there a web site that collected, organized, and mapped various hill locations ?
After procrastinating on the idea for almost two (2) years, (hey, what can I say, I was busy), it was time to make it a reality.
What you see here is the culmination of much time and energy towards the goal of building an online community where anyone can find and add toboggan hills in their local area.
Whether you’re located in the mountain ranges, flat prairies, or even Antarctica, there is surely a toboggan hill near you at one point or another.
So if it’s not listed on our map, then by all means please add it.
The world will thank you, and so will many sleds, in helping contribute to an awesome winter activity.
Happy tobogganing! :)
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