ONTARIO SNOWMOBILE TRAIL PERMIT PRICES
The Thunder Bay Adventure Trails Snowmobile Club is a passionate group of volunteers, working to provide excellent snowmobiling opportunites in the Thunder Bay area. With Over 300 km of groomed trails the Thunder Bay Adventure Club leads riders into the rest of OFSC District 17.
The Thunder Bay Adventure Trails holds different events during the riding season for all of its members. Member benefits include orgainzed trail rides, fundraisers and periodic newsletters. Everyone who purchases an OFSC season trail permit from Thunder Bay Adventure Trails Snowmobile Club automatically becomes a club member.
Want to be apart of the club and Volunteer? Contact us Today !
The club is looking for new volunteers to assist with the maintenance of the trails
It is mandatory for snowmobiles in Ontario to possess a valid snowmobile trail permit when riding on OFSC prescribed trails. All permit dollars are reflected back into the trail system where you are riding. For this reason it is important to "Buy Where You Ride."
Permit Prices (in Canadian Dollars):
All permits additional $7.50 processing fee
$190 until Nov. 1st (online only)
$220 to Dec 1st (online only)
$270 after Dec 1st (online only)
Classic Sled Permit: Sleds 1999 or older
$150.00 to Dec 1st
$180 after Dec 1st
Multi-Day Permit $35 a day (two day minimum) (online only) available after Dec 2nd
Entry into Canada
There are a few things you need to know about entering Canada from the U.S. We maintain a trail that connect Canada and the USA, the L902M trail and is indicated on the Northwest Ontario Snowmobile Trail Map. If you plan to enter Canada using this trail, you will need to obtain a Remote Area Border Crossing Permit from Canada Customs and Immigration. There is a U.S. customs cossing at Grand Marais (accessed by L902M). Upon entering the U.S.A. you must show documentation that supports your citizenship. You do require a passport to re-enter into the U.S. via Canada.
If you choose to trailer your sled to the U.S/Canadian border, your entry point into Canada is Piegon River.
Please visit: Canada Border Services Agency for more information.
If you require any further information about our club, permits, trails or the circle tour please contact us at any time. We would be happy to assist in your trip planning to our area.
Enjoy the ride and happy trails.
Welcome to Canada!