Cross tobogganing off your winter adventure list on your next visit to Canmore or Banff!  Updated January 2020

Tobogganing is one of our favourite (free) ways to get outside when we’re spending the weekend in Canmore or Banff. Bring toboggans with you from home and it’s a free activity for the entire family, plus it helps to run off some of that winter energy that comes from being inside a hotel room or condo all weekend long.

Tobogganing in Banff

Banff Cascade Ponds

A favourite for parents with toddlers and younger children, the small hills at Banff Cascade ponds provide a slower, safer run for younger children. Find it on Minnewanka Lake Road, in Banff.

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Spring Meadows Hill, the popular hill at Banff Springs Hotel isn’t maintained, but there are often trails created on the perfect sledding hill from local using the trail for their tobogganing adventures. Located behind the Banff Springs Hotel and by Bow Falls.

Tobogganing in Canmore

Canmore Nordic Centre

Bring your sleds to the Nordic Centre in Canmore and toboggan on the different hills, suitable for little kids, older kids and even adults. With plenty of parking available too.

Eagle Terrace

A hill that’s got varying lengths, this one’s perfect for little kids and big kids alike. Depending where you start from on the hill, you can get a nice fast slide down the hill, or a shorter ride (for younger kids). Located in a park, there’s a near by playground, and an easy location to find, close to town, the park is gorgeous at dusk.

Where are some of your favourite places to toboggan during the winter in Canmore and Banff?

Tobogganing in Banff and Canmore