After 10 weeks of intense online voting, it has come down to this: McBride versus Carrot River/Arborfield. Mountains versus prairies. B.C. versus Saskatchewan.
Which town will be crowned the 2018 SledTown Champion of Western Canada? Only you can decide. Voting starts now and the poll will be open until midnight on December 31, 2017.
Round 5 recap
Saskatchewan and B.C. have been doing the most voting throughout this year’s contest so it comes as no surprise really, that these two provinces are locked in the final battle.
Crowsnest Pass took a bit of a beating in Round 5, losing to McBride by 241 votes. Keep in mind, however, that Crowsnest Pass remains the top SledTown in Alberta for 2018, having beat top destinations like Whitecourt and Athabasca.
Powerview-Pine Falls put up a strong fight against Carrot River/Arborfield. There were 737 votes cast in this matchup and Carrot River/Arborfield won by 101 votes. Kudos to Powerview-Pine Falls and congrats on your newly appointed designation as the top SledTown in Manitoba.
We started with 64 destinations across Western Canada (16 for each province), and now we’re down to the final two. This is the last stretch so get your buddies voting and remember, you can follow SnoRiders on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @snoriders.west to stay up to date.