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Comment by KaDE! on January 1, 2010 at 6:51pm
Lets get this parte started people. Going to go get one of these blue Zipfys. Where are the hidden hills in Toronto!! The only one I know of is the riverdale farm one, but that is just a quick one down!! HELP!
Comment by Zak Zipfy on January 7, 2010 at 9:28pm
i've had some incredible thrills at winston churchill park - not sure if technically allowed, but went zipping around trees n'stuff... awesome!
also, riverdale farm, you start up high, then jump off the lip where the walkway is... completely shocks anyone there - also really shows how maneuverable zipfy is to those with the average sled...
Comment by KaDE! on January 7, 2010 at 9:47pm
Hey Zak,

I found it cooler/easier to carve the Riverdale hill sideways where the walkway is - it is not as steep but it's longer, which was more fun than going straight down on the steep hill - try it!!
Comment by KaDE! on January 7, 2010 at 9:59pm
Hey Zipfiends,

I am still going through the lists - trying to find the best hills;

Check them out on Google Maps, "TERRAIN" view if you want to get an idea of where exactly the hills are. Or use Google Earth for 3D views of the hills along with elevations/lengths of the hills.

Comment by Zak Zipfy on January 7, 2010 at 10:43pm
hey kade,

i have tried that - funny, people hanging out there are stunned that a sled comes down that route... i've also gone bush-wacking through the trees near the hut - it's an area noone really uses, but tons of fun...
Comment by Xander L on January 13, 2011 at 12:27pm

i'm tempted to go to earl Bales park ( bathurst and sheppard)  at the halfpipe.

anyone try a Zipfy on a Halfpipe?


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