For old-time sledding fun, head for these hills
Whether it’s a slope in your neighbor’s yard, a hill in the county park or a steep incline at the elementary school in town, finding the perfect sledding spot is sweet. And it’s something you don’t quickly forget.
“Sledding was such a big part of my childhood,” says Angele Kassar Ekert, who grew up in Haworth and went sledding as a kid at White Beeches Country Club. She now lives in Ridgewood with her family. “We had toboggans, which a bunch of us would pile on, and the ride seemed to last forever. The walk back up was long and hard, but the thrill coming down was worth it. We would fly!”
Ready to make a great winter memory for your kids? Here, in no particular order, are 10 popular sledding hills.
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