FIND MY CLUB
GET YOUR PERMITS
ABOUT THE OFSC
Where Can I Ride?
What Am I Responsible For?
Snowmobiler Ride Guide
Terms & Conditions
Work With Us
Buying a permit
Different types of permits
Benefits available to permit buyers
Note: to obtain a replacement permit you must first obtain a police report
for online reporting options or visit your local detachment.
ABOUT TRAILS & MAPS
Potential trail hazards, grooming, trail and route questions or other trail concerns, contact your
Trail status and accessibility
To obtain a Provincial Trail Guide, visit your local
Travel Information Centre
or check with your local dealer.
District Trail Guide
Driver Training Courses
and upcoming dates in your area.
Replacement snowmobile license
for children ages 12-16
Purchase Snowmobile 1 for your
a technical problem with Interactive Trail Guide or mobile app
Events or volunteering for your
For more information related to landowner agreements or to address a trail or snowmobiler concern, contact your
For more information regarding trail access to your business and for local advertising opportunities, contact the
To reach snowmobilers province wide about opportunities to
advertise or partner
with the OFSC
LAW ENFORCEMENT INQUIRIES
For inquiries or investigations related to an incident on the trails or to report a potential hazard, contact the
GOVERNMENT AGENCY INQUIRIES
For issues pertaining to community issues, land use agreements, road crossings and trail inquiries, contact the
Federal and Provincial government agencies can contact the
for issues of a provincial nature.
UTILITY COMPANY INQUIRIES
For inquiries relatted to trail access, joint trail use and trail development projects, contact the
TRAIL USER GROUP INQUIRIES
For inquiries regarding trail access, joint trail use and trail development projects, contact the
All inquiries pertaining to provincial programs and the business of organized snowmobiling, please
contact the OFSC