Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Sir Winston Churchill Park

Family Tested
High energy

Prime location!

The snowy slope is endlessly winding down. When I looked at it from the bottom of the hill, I was impressed by the white wall stretching high in front of me. That's a long and wide slope for the energetic ones. When I checked this slope, I did not have my young inspector with me but I saw a whole class with their teacher joyfully walking from their local elementary school, armed with toboggans. The upper part of the hills was blocked by fences. The lower part was shorter and less steep on the eastern side, more suitable for young children. From wherever you attack the slope, it is so long that the snow will slow you down before you can hit the trees. On the down side, kids will need to take a good walk back up the hill. Not for the lazy ones!

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