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Wanoga Sno-Park Sledding Hill

Central Oregon, Oregon

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  • Wanoga Sno-Park warming hut.- Wanoga Sno-Park Sledding Hill
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Pros: 
Big and open terrain. Warming hut.
Cons: 
Heavily used. Not challenging.
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Region:
Central Oregon, OR
Access: 
Vehicle
Congestion: 
High
Max slope angle: 
0-15 degrees
Parking Pass: 
Sno-Park Parking Permit (required in OR + WA 11.01 thru 04.30)
Current Local Weather:
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Adventure Description

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For years Skyliner Sno-park reigned as Bend’s most popular spot for the best sledding, but Skyliner has been closed to sled activity since 2008 due to “dangerous terrain.”  Now that the old hill is in retirement, Wanoga Sno-park has come to the forefront as the most popular sledding hill in the area.  The hill is perfect for the whole family and is certainly the safest alternative that is close to the city.  The snow can be hard packed and very bumpy due to its heavy use, however, so an innertube will be a better choice than a rigid toboggan.

The Sno-Park is equipped with a large warming hut that is perfect for breaking out a thermos of hot chocolate.  There are also vault toilets, and the entire Sno-Park is dog friendly.

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