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Trail Permits

A trail permit is needed for each snowmobile as soon as you want to use any of the official OFSC trails.

Save more than 10 % on your 2016 / 17 Seasonal Trail Permit by buying it before November 1st, 2016
(Online purchase only)

Trail permits can be purchased as:

Multi Day Permit
(Min. 2 consecutive days)
CDN$ 35.00/day
Prices include sales tax
Season Permit CDN$ 210.00 before December 2, 2016
CDN$ 260.00 starting December 2, 2016
Prices include sales tax
Classic Trail Permit
(Snowmobiles 1999 or older)
CDN$ 140.00 until December 1, 2016
CDN$ 170.00 after December 1, 2016
Prices include sales tax

You can now ONLY purchase your permits online. In any case you should ask yourself some important questions and read the terms before heading out:

  • Is my snowmobile insured?
  • Is my snowmobile in good working order?
  • Do I have all the safety equipment required by law?
  • Is my safety equipment updated and working?
  • What other items do I need in case of an emergency?
  • Do I have these items and are they in good working order?
  • Have I notified someone of my planned route and when to expect me back?

If your answer to any of these questions is "no" or "I don't know", check, repair, update or ad missing equipment. It is for your own safety!

buy permits

Please specify District 11 - South Shore Snowmobilers Club when you choose your Club of choice.

For more information check the web site of the OFSC.

Application Form

To buy your trail permit from home, you can print the application form right here. Just click on the symbol below and the application form will open in Acrobat reader. If you don't have Acrobat Reader, you can download it free by clicking on the link below. Since the terms are part of your trail permit, we suggest you read them before applying for your permit. Once you print the application form, you just fill it in and send or fax it together with your payment to the address indicated on the form. For fax-applications we need your complete VISA or Master Card information. Your permit and a map will then be mailed to you. Please allow for enough time for your permit to arrive at your address so you won't miss the start of the season or your planned trip.

Buy your TRAIL PERMIT here


In addition to having a valid trail permit, snowmobilers also have to follow the law and the terms on the back of the application. Speed limits apply and have to be obeyed as have any signals (such as stop, right of way etc.). During the season trails can and will be patrolled by police and specially trained S.T.O.P. officers. These officers have full law enforcement powers. Please remember: they are not out there to work against you - they are out there to help make riding the trails a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. Rules are needed to prevent accidents - you can help by knowing them and being a responsible rider.