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General Information - (5 questions)


1) What is your name?


2) What is your active e-mail address (REQUIRED)?


3) Where are you from (city & U.S. state or Canadian province)?


4) How did you find out about this website?
Radio
TV
Newpaper
Blog
Other Website
News Website
Google
Yahoo
MSN
Other Search Engine
Friend/Family/Co-Worker
Vehicle Advertisement
Other

5) Have you visited our Sled Riding online store at store.sledriding.com yet?
Yes
No


Pertinant Information - (19 questions)


1) Is this an update or a new sled riding hill submittal?
Update (STOP! If this is an update, then be specific in #18 below "which listed hill you are updating" so we can find it!)
New Hill Submittal

2) What U.S. state or Canadian territory/province is this sled riding hill in?


3) What city is this sled riding hill in?


4) What U.S. county or Canadian region/district/county is this sled riding hill in?


5) What type of land (including name if applicable) is this sled riding hill on?
(ie. Park, Golf course, School, general public land, etc.)



6) Is this public or private property?
Public Property
Private Property (STOP! If this is a "commercial" snow park, then submit here instead.

7) Is permission granted to sled ride on this hill?
Yes
No (STOP! This won't be posted!)

8) Is this a designated sledding area by the city or county?
Yes
No

9) What kind of turf is the sled riding hill?
Grass
Dirt
Concrete (STOP! If this is a roadway, it won't be posted due to traffic hazards.)
Asphalt (STOP! If this is a roadway, it won't be posted due to traffic hazards.)
Rock (STOP! If this is a roadway, it won't be posted due to traffic hazards.)

10) What would you guess the angle of the slope to be? Click here for an example.
10 degrees
15 degrees
20 degrees
25 degrees
30 degrees
35 degrees
40 degrees
45 degrees
50 degrees
55 degrees
60 degrees
65 degrees
70 degrees
75 degrees

11) What would you guess the length of the sled riding hill to be?
50 - 100 ft. long
100 - 200 ft. long
200 - 300 ft. long
300 -400 ft. long
400 - 500 ft. long
500 - 600 ft. long
600 - 700 ft. long
700 - 800 ft. long
800 - 900 ft. long
900 - 1000 ft. long
>1000 ft. long

12) Is this location easily accessible?
Yes
No (STOP! State specifics below)

13) Is there ample parking nearby?
Yes (STOP! Specify below where)
No

14) Is this sled riding hill smooth or bumpy?
Smooth
Bumpy
Smooth & Bumpy

15) Are there any obstructions or hazards that can cause injury?
No
Yes (STOP! Specify below in detail.)

16) Is this location packed with sledders on a snow day?
No Crowds
Some Crowds
Large Crowds

17) Do you have a photo or a video of the hill that you can e-mail? ( Less than 5 MB in size if emailed or a video link (preferred) via YouTube, etc. )
No
Yes Then copy/paste the found YouTube.com link below in #18 or e-mail a <5MB attachment separately to: SledMaster@SledRiding.com

NOTE: I'm always looking for better quality pictures of the sledding hills if the current one shown is of a lesser quality and/or representation.
All photos should capture the hill as a whole and not be a cropped photo of just a sledder on the hill.


18) Specify specific location details, including any additional comments about the hill(s)
below. (i.e. Road and/or intersection near hill, specific hazards, parking locations, etc.)

NOTE: If you don't provide a detailed location and directions, then your hill won't be posted.



19) OPTIONAL If you can find the location on Google maps, narrow in on it here, then copy and paste that link in the below box.



REMEMBER: WITHOUT DETAILED DIRECTIONS AND HILL LOCATION, THIS WON'T BE POSTED!





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