Round 6: SledTown ShowDown 2022 FINALS!

SledTown ShowDown 2022 showcases Flin Flon and Hudson Bay in the Finals

by Kyle Born

Here we are—at long last—the SledTown ShowDown Finals!

Congratulations to Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, and Flin Flon, Manitoba, your SledTown ShowDown finalists!

Hudson Bay and Flin Flon advance to the finals on the heels of narrow, hard-fought victories in the semi-finals.

Hudson Bay had a back-and-forth affair with Alberta’s provincial champion, Swan Hills. In the end, Saskatchewan’s four-time provincial champ came through to claim a spot in the finals. Hudson Bay (4,642 votes, 51%) defeats Swan Hills (4,469 votes, 49%).

In the semi-final battle between two previous SledTown ShowDown champions, Flin Flon (6,882 votes, 52%) managed to overcome McBride (6,440 votes, 48%). By dispatching British Columbia’s representative, Flin Flon takes its place in the finals. Not only that, Flin Flon now has the opportunity to become the first-ever two-time SledTown ShowDown champion.

Total votes from all provinces in Round 5: 22,433!
Total votes from all provinces in Round 4: 8,703.
Total votes from all provinces in Round 3: 15,463.
Total votes from all provinces in Round 2: 12,123.
Total votes from all provinces in Round 1: 13,822.
Total votes throughout the competition: 72,544!

It’s up to you to put your favourite snowmobiling destination in a position to claim victory. The poll is open and it’s time to cast your vote in the 8th annual SledTown ShowDown. You can head over to the main contest page and vote once a day until the current round closes.

Round 6 runs April 19 to May 8, 2022.

New to the contest? This is how it works: we start with 16 destinations from each Western province in Canada. Each round, our readers vote for their favourites and the destinations get whittled down. By Round 4, we’ll have our provincial winners, which will go head-to-head until only one town remains to be crowned the 2022 SledTown ShowDown Champion of Western Canada. For a full account of previous SledTown ShowDowns, see our complete history of SnoRiders’ SledTown ShowDown.

Here’s what the winner gets:

A shiny SledTown trophy, bragging rights and feature articles on SnoRidersWest.com. Plus, it is a chance to raise positive awareness of snowmobiling and to recognize local clubs for all their hard work.

Social media plays a big role in this contest so be sure to hit “share” after you vote to let your friends know about the contest. You can also follow SnoRiders on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for quick updates during the contest. Feel free to tag us in photos and use the #SledTown2022 to promote your favourite town.

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Vote every day for the best chance at seeing your favourite SledTown advance to the next round. Good luck to you and your SledTown.

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