With winter finally here and up to 10 centimetres of snow in Toronto's weather forecast, Metro Morning host Matt Galloway asked the audience where they'd be tobogganing this afternoon.
Hey Toronto, where are we going tobogganing this afternoon?— @metromorning
Listeners responded in about the time it takes to slide down a snow-covered hill. Here's a selection of their Twitter responses:
One parent wished she could keep her kids at home. But that would be playing hooky as this wasn't a snow day.
Fighting strong urge to keep kids home for a day of tobogganing and hot chocolate.— @addarioandrea
Others offered suggestions of top toboggan spots across the city.
@metromorning Cedarvale Park is where you and your toboggan should be - you could ski along the Belt Line trail to get there— @ChrisChaplin88
@metromorning there's a sharply graded hill in Withrow Park that makes for a thrilling toboggan ride— @brianjjackson
@metromorning Talbot Park (by Leaside High at Bayview/Eglinton) was the tobogganing destination of my childhood— @laurendorphin
@metromorning best hill that ever was in TO was Earl Bales Killer Hill. Epic ride now no longer.— @leeharrisonca
@metromorning still have the aluminum toboggan I used growing up and it will be at Riverdale Park this evening. And it is fast.— @barbhowson