Try Our Trails Weekend Moved from Family Day Weekend for 2018


After years of success with the Try Our Trails program taking place on Family Day Weekend, the OFSC is changing it up this year.

After five very successful years, the OFSC Try Our Trails weekend will be moved from Ontario’s Family Day Weekend to February 3 & 4, 2018. See the full story here.

By the time February rolls around snow conditions in Ontario are at their best. Time to make plans to get outdoors and enjoy a real Ontario winter!

Ontario snowmobiling should top on your to do list. Why? Because after five years of great turnouts, you can again ride OFSC trails at no charge with the 2018 Try Our Trails Permit. 

All you have to do is go online, register, print out your no-cost permit (good from start of day Saturday, February 3rd to end of day Sunday, February 4th), and then affix it to your sled. Just be warned that you must have a 2018 Try Our Trails Permit to ride OFSC trails at no charge on this weekend, otherwise, you could be stopped and fined for not having a permit.

Snomwobiling Northeastern Ontario with Klim Gear

So what do you get at no cost with your Try Our Trails Permit? Access to all available OFSC trails in Ontario’s 30,000-kilometre system of snowmobile trails. Access by snowmobile to a multitude of winter resorts and lodgings, restaurants, gas stations, community celebrations and club events. What more could you want than a weekend of snowmobiling in the Great White North at no cost? So seize the opportunity, get out and enjoy!

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Contributing partners for this Ontario snowmobiling site about the great snowmobile trails and snowmobile conditions include Intrepid Snowmobiler, Murphy Insurance, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, Ontario Tourism, Snow Goer Media, Supertrax Media.

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