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Tobogganing at Rouge Park

Family Tested
High energy

Unofficial fun

Nature buffers the noise of the city. The two hills are separated by a thin line of trees. One has to be in good shape to walk up the steep slope. From above, it is a real pleasure to admire the forest panorama and to hear the laughter of the families sliding down the unofficial slope (at their own risk, I must add). Many teenagers were going down on their snowboards when we visited. Now I understand why there are many broken toboggans along the slope! comments my 7-year-old, rubbing his bottom after his first try from the top of the very steep hill. For the next two hours, he and his friend will feel more comfortable sticking to the lower half of the hill. Note that there are no washrooms on the site.

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