Okotoks residents have another way to stay active outdoors now that there is snow on the ground.

The Town has a number of free toboggan hills that are designated for use.

The hills are not groomed but are inspected for hazards.

Any jumps left unattended will be removed.

Residents are encouraged to wear helmets when using the hills.

Designated toboggan hills are located at:

- Cimarron Park, 101 Cimarron Drive

- Cedar Grove Park, 103 Lock Crescent

- Drake Landing Drive Soccer Park, 45 Drake Landing Drive

- Henderson Park, 191 Cimarron Vista Way

- Kinsmen Park, 111 Oak Avenue (mowed bowl area only)

- Wathen Park, 17 Westfall Green

For a map click here.

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