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Tell us: Where is Greater Sudbury's best sliding hill?

Help us find the best of winter in the Nickel City
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The Nickel City's best ski trail, best hot chocolate, best skating rink ... every week we're picking a different topic and every week we're asking you to give us your picks. We'll tally up the votes and unveil the winner on Fridays.

Updated Jan. 26 at 4:00 p.m.:

The majority of the votes weren’t actually votes at all - rather, we received comments like “The city outlawed sliding” and “...it’s against the law to slide anywhere.” 

By the way, sliding or sledding is not outlawed across the city. Check out the video as we clear-up these misconceptions and take a ride (more like tumble) down the old ski hill in Capreol, which was voted Winter's Best! 

Updated Jan. 25 at 6:30 a.m.:

Voting is now closed. Check back on Friday, Jan. 26 to see which sliding hill was crowned Winter’s Best.

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This past summer, Sudbury.com introduced its Summer's Best series. We visited the Nickel City's best beachbest chip standbest hidden gem and more — and it was all based on votes from you, our readers!

The long days of summer are long gone, but winter has its perks too and we're going to explore them! 

In the coming weeks, Sudbury.com is going to experience all the best that our city has to offer during the winter months. Sudbury's best skating rinks, best ski trails, best hot chocolate ... every week we're picking a different topic and every week we're asking you to give us your top picks.

We'll tally up the votes and unveil the winner in a fun video on Fridays.

First up, we want to know: Where is Sudbury's best sliding hill?

Let us know in the comments below. 

And make sure to check back next Friday, Jan. 26, to see which hill was voted Winter's Best.
 




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