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4 Places To Take The Kids Sledding This Winter

Jan 31, 2024 04:22PM ● By Elise Renaud
There’s no better ways to enjoy the outdoors than some old fashioned sledding. The hobby that spans generations has a way of bringing out your inner child.

Here’s a list of sledding hills to check out this winter.

Mount Tom Sledding Hill

The former ski hotspot has become a popular free sledding destination. The 500-food slope is not groomed but a lot of fun for younger children or those who have never been sledding before.

Quechee Sledding Hill

Located behind the Base Lodge of the Highland Golf Course of the Quechee Club, the Quechee Sledding Hill is enjoyed year after year by families. Paths are groomed within the fenced area during the day.

Rimpoint Park

For the youngsters, a big hill can be intimidating and even scary. Luckily, Rimpoint Park has a hill perfect small-ish hill. Plus, it is good for parents who don’t want to climb up a giant hill 50 times with their children.

Miller State Park

New Hampshire’s first state park is a popular sledding destination in the winter months. While you’re there, make sure to explore the rest of the beauty within Miller State Park.

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