Tobogganing in Pemberton
Looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon in Pemberton? Why not grab some toboggans and hit the hills around town.
Tobogganing is a great and inexpensive way to spend the day with the family and friends. There are plenty of hills located around Pemberton that make for great tobogganing so if you're heading up our way don't forget to pack your sleds.
Check out these three spots located around town that make for great tobogganing.
Community Centre Hill
The Pemberton Community Centre is located right in town. Only minutes away from the Lodge the community Centre has a small hill located in the field. This little hill is used throughout the winter for tobogganing. It's important to note this is the most kid-friendly hill located in town if you're looking for something more advanced continue reading below.
One Mile Lake Hill
The One Mile Lake Hill serves as the entrance to the lake located just outside of town. The hill is often converted into a sled track during the winter months. The hill is fairly long and steep allowing you to get going a good speed. This location is great for families and friends looking for an intermediate hill to sled down.
Signal Hill Elementary Hill
The Pemberton Elementary Hill is located right in town just minutes from the Lodge. The Hill is located in the field behind the school. This small but fun hill is great for everyone in the family. This overlooked location is never busy or crowded with people. The Elementary School Hill is for appropriate for small children and families.
If yourself in town without a toboggan you can always head on over to the Pemberton RONA located in town to grab a steed. The hardware store carries a number of toboggans at various price ranges.
Hey, these aren't the only three hills in Pemberton. For more information on places to toboggan just ask our friendly staff at the Pemberton Valley Lodge. Or get out there and explore, all you need is a hill and a toboggan.
Looking for winter accommodations?
The Pemberton Valley Lodge is located just a 25-minute drive north of Whistler Village. This small town turns into a winter activities destination during the cold months.
Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2013