Sledging Venues


The places you like to go sledging

Contact us with your favourite places to go sledging, anywhere in the world, and we will post them here. Let us know through Facebook, Twitter or Email the places you like to go. Include a post-code or location information so that we can put a link to Google Maps. Feel free to add extra information, such as; good run-off, super-fast, challenging, family friendly, long runs, parking, or anything else useful.

Please note, we are unable to check whether these places are suitable or safe for Bobskis.


  2. AVON

  3. Bristol (more information needed):

  4. Ashton Court Estate


  6. Derby (Click for Google Map) Darley Park, Darley Park Drive, Derby, DE22 1EN. Often reported as one of the best locations in Derby for sledging. It has a large sloping hill a reasonable run off at the bottom before the River Derwent (we suggest you check run-off first as Bobskis go further than other sledges). There is a small car park on Darley Park Drive or park around the Darley Grove area and walk into the park at the back of the Derby Rowing Club, There are not many spaces at the bottom of Old Lane and Mile Ash Lane is quite a steep road.


  8. St Albans (more information needed):

  9. The park next to Abbey and Batchwood Golf Course, good run-off.

  10. The Brickle, off Lower Dagnall Street.


  12. Leek (Click for Google Map) Brough Park, Car park off Vicarage Rd, ST13 6AS.  Fast, popular, good run-off, 2 x slopes facing each other, car park.

  13. Newcastle-Under-Lyme (Click for Google Map) Bunny Hill at Wye Road Community Centre, Wye Rd, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 4AZ. Popular, plenty of space, good parking.

  14. Stone (Click for Google Map) The Common Plot, Off Mount Road, ST15 8.  Gentle, family friendly, parking on road.

  15. Tittensor, near Stone (Click for Google Map) , The Monkey Forest, Stone Road, Trentham, ST4 8AY.  Gentle-Medium-Fast areas, family friendly, parking. Beware of run-off on fast areas.


  17. Nottingham (more information needed):

  18. Berry Hill Park

  19. Mickey’s Bank

  20. Nottingham Knight


  22. Longleat (more information needed):

  23. Heaven’s Gate, Longleat Estate


  25. Sheffield (various locations, more information needed):

  26. Meersbrook Park (long hill)

  27. Norfolk Park (long hill)

  28. Concord Park

  29. Bole Hills at Walkley/Crookes

  30. Bingham Park

  31. Grenoside Park (big slope) - Beware of the bottom, no run-off.

  32. Next to Millhouses Park

  33. York (more information needed):

  34. Knavesmire, off Tadcaster Road

  35. Garrow Hill between the University and Walmgate Stray

  36. Dales National Park (more information needed):

  37. Cowling Bank

  38. Bedale area

  39. Leyburn area

  40. Scarborough (more information needed):

  41. Moor Lane, Newby

  42. Ayton Castle


  44. Edinburgh (more information needed):

  45. Holyrood Park

  46. The Braids

  47. The Meadows

  48. Glasgow (more information needed):

  49. Kelvingrove Park

  50. Mugdock Country Park, Strathblane

  51. USA

  52. Columbus, Ohio (more information needed):

  53. Sharon Woods Metro Park, 6911 Cleveland Avenue, Westerville. The parking for sledding is located just north of the main entrance and the gates will be open when there is enough snow to sled on.

  54. Hilliard Community Center is located at 3800 Veterans Memorial Drive in Hilliard. There is a small hill past the playground and tennis courts. It is a good place to go if you have small children and want them to get their first sledding experience. There is ample parking, but you might have to walk just a little bit to get to the hill.

  55. Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park is in Galloway located at 1775 Darby Creek Drive. This is a larger hill and can be very bumpy at times. It is great if you have elementary aged children or if you are willing to go down with a younger child. There is a walkway next to the hill and parking is nearby. If you go during the middle of the day, be prepared for larger crowds.

  56. Scioto Park is located in Dublin at 7377 Riverside Drive. There is a designated sledding area that has a stepper hill for older kids and a bunny hill for kids who prefer something a little less challenging. It can get crowded during the day, but this is a safer place to go since there is a designated walkway and nearby parking.

  57. Bobskis have been sent to customers in many countries and islands, shown below. Let us know where you have been sledging in these places, or where you have taken them on holiday:

  58. WALES



  61. FRANCE

  62. GERMANY                     




  66. ITALY

  67. SPAIN

  68. CANADA


  70. USA


  72. NORWAY