Now that the first major snowfall of the season is done, it's time to get out and enjoy it.

Some areas of Greater Danbury got between 4 and 8 inches of brand new fresh powder from our first winter storm of the season, and it couldn't have come at a better time for those who got snowboards, tubes, and sleds for Christmas.

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It's time to test out that new gift, or dig out that older sled, toboggan, tube or snowboard and head to some of the best sites in the Greater Danbury area to do a little sledding.

Here's ten places that will offer you a pretty good run. Most are located in public parks, golf courses, and schools, so please just make sure you check the local laws so your not trespassing at these locations.

10 of the Best Places To Go Sledding In The Danbury Area

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