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Online Trail Updates

How to Connect with the Algoma Snowmobile Online Community. • Credit: Virgil Knapp

Where to order free snowmobile maps, trail status updates, club information



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If you're a sledder from Ontario or Michigan, below is some information that may help you plan your next winter snowmobile season in Ontario's Algoma Country. You'll find a complete list of where to find trail updates from our region's clubs, what trails are open and where you get request free travel information, or even where to buy your trail permits online.

If you're looking to order a free copy of the Algoma Trails Guide, give us a call at 1-800-263-2546 or visit www.sledalgoma.com. We'll also send you free travel information and are happy to answer all your questions.

(If you know another great Algoma snowmobile trails online resource, email it to info@algomacountry.com and it will be added to the list.)

Algoma sno-plan affiliation

Website: www.algomatrails.com
Facebook: Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation
Your No. 1 resource for snowmobile trails in Algoma Country. ASPA is our district office and you'll find trail updates and news on their website and Facebook page. The website itself is a complete source for trail maps, trail openings and closures, permit prices, club information and snowmobile club events.

Wawa Sno Riders

Facebook: Wawa Sno Riders
Trail conditions updates for Wawa trails linking to Dubrueilville and North.

Sault Trailblazers

Website: www.ssmtrailblazers.com
Facebook: Sault Trailblazers
Trail conditions for local trails around the city of Sault Ste. Marie.

Iron Bridge Night Hawks Snowmobile Club

Facebook: Iron Bridge Night Hawks

Club Alouette Dubreuilville Snowmobile Club

The Groomer Guy

Facebook: The Groomer Guy
Luc Levesque keeps snowmobilers up-to-date on trail conditions for the Dubreuilville trails. Luc posts photos and videos.

Elliot Lake Snowbirds

Facebook: Elliot Lake Snowbirds

Northern Corridor

Website: www.northerncorridor.ca
Facebook: Northern Corridor
Trails connecting from Dubreuilville to Hornepayne and Hearst.

Marathon Snow Kickers

Website: www.sno-kickers.com

St. Joseph Island Voyageurs Snowmobile Club

Facebook: St. Joseph Island Voyageurs

chapleau arctic watershed snowmobile club

Facebook Group: Chapleau Arctic Watershed

Ontario Federation of Snowmobiles (OFSC)

The Interactive Map is a very handy tool. This online map is regularly updated with information on trail availability, limited availability and closures throughout the snowmobile season. You can also find points of interest like fuel stops, accommodations, etc.

Algoma Country

Website: www.algomacountry.com
Facebook: Algoma Country
Phone: 1-800-263-2546
We are happy to send you a free copy of the Algoma Trails Guide, along with free travel information and answer any questions you may have.

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