To ride recreationally on prescribed trails operated by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, the law requires that a snowmobile permit be affixed to your windshield.
Every driver of a snowmobile must carry his or her driver's license or motorized snow vehicle operator's license, evidence of the snowmobile's registration and evidence that the vehicle is insured under a motor vehicle liability policy.
Every snowmobile must display registration numbers or plates as required by their home provincial or state laws.
All occupants of a snowmobile or anything towed by a snowmobile must wear an approved helmet.
There are a number of rules and regulations regarding the use of your snowmobile in Ontario, for more information on the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act visit www.e-laws.gov.on.ca
OFFICIAL STAGING AREA:
North side of McNabb Street, one block east of the McNabb and Black Road intersection. Vehicles left at the staging area at owner's risk.
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) at (705) 739-7669 currently operates under a user pay system. Your trail permit dollars will ensure our success and your future trails. Please buy where you ride. Thank you for your support. Website: www.ofsc.on.ca
"BUY WHERE YOU RIDE!"
Trail permit is good to ride anywhere in the province of Ontario.
Approximately 400 km of trails in Sault Area
Approximately 1,000 km trails in Algoma with connecting trails to Sudbury
You may access the Sault Trailblazers snowmobile club trail conditions report by calling (705) 759-0023 or by visiting their website at www.ssmtrailblazers.com
You May Access Local Weather Conditions At Www.Weatheroffice.Ec.Gc.Ca/Forecast/City_E.Html?Yam
ALGOMA SNO PLAN AFFILIATION
PO Box 1508
Blind River, ON, P0R 1B0
Fax: (705) 356-4157
ASPA covers all of the Algoma district and includes 12 member clubs. Visit their website for trail conditions, weather, club events, and information.