The Best Sledding Hills in the Treasure Valley

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It’s that time of year! Sledding time! As the snow keeps coming, the hills are ready for all the sledding fun. Here are the best sledding hills in the Treasure Valley to take your family this Winter. 

Simplot Hill, Boise

This is a classic Boise sledding hill. One of the best and steepest hills in the Valley! It’s also the most dangerous since the bottom of the hill is on the corner of two pretty busy streets, so be careful when sledding on this hill. 

Gateway Park, Eagle

This is not a free sledding hill, but it’s a great place to take the entire family! Tickets range from $20 – $30 and include a sledding hill, fire pit, and picnic tables. They sell hot drinks and snacks and have heated bathrooms! It’s a luxurious way to spend a day sledding at an affordable price.

Photo from Gateways Park

Bogus Basin, Boise

There are many ways you can enjoy a day of sledding at Bogus Basin. You can slide down their 800-foot-long tubing hill for 90 minutes for only $24! It is the perfect activity for you, your families, your friends, and groups of all sizes during the winter. You can also find some awesome free hills off Bogus Basin Road as you drive up! Bogus Basin is a winter wonderland this time of year and is such a fun visit!

Julius M. Kleiner Park, Meridian

Are you looking for smaller hills for younger kiddos? This park is a family-friendly spot with more mellow hills and space for your kids to have lots of fun! And since it is near The Village at Meridian, you can stop by for a quick bite to eat or some shopping after a day of sledding.

Camel’s Back, Boise

It’s a climb up this hill, but this steep hill is perfect for sledding down on your favorite toboggan or saucer. People from all over Boise head to this hill for some sledding fun. It can get a bit busy, but that’s part of the fun! 

Photo from the Idaho Statesman


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