Bundled up inside on a cold snowy day sounds great, unless you have three kids climbing the walls and tearing your house apart. It's just after the holidays that we look for outdoor activities to burn off excess energy and create memories. Sledding is one of the most popular of those activities.
If you think about it, sledding is an odd sport. Dragging metal/plastic disk up a hill just to flop aboard and plumet toward the bottom. Weird as it may be, it's hard to deny the blissful feeling of the wind in your face while you fly across the slippery slopes. I find that my toddler loves it as much as I do (albeit I am a giant kid).
I will admit that some hills work better for my family than others. Being that I have to carry sleds and an abominable snow toddler, I tend to look for hills with stairs. The age and confidence level of your sledder will also make a difference in your hill of choice. For these reasons I have come up with a few suggestions in our area. Check them out or let me know if I am missing your favorite slope.