Follow the fur traders through old growth forests and the rugged Canadian Shield. Run with the deer in their traditional feeding grounds. Smell the Maple Syrup in some of Canada's most productive maple forests. Revel in the Mining and Logging heritage with views of mine shafts, quarries and historical logging facilities still used today.

Something for everyone. From seasoned riders to first timers, long-range sledders to stay and play enjoyers, Algoma has something for everyone.

Algoma loves snowmobilers And we can't wait to show you. With urban centres and laid back small towns, Algoma's peaceful trails always lead to unparalleled comfort, safety and hospitality.

   TRAIL STATUS
ASPA    April 06, 2016
All trails in the southern portion of our District as well as Chapleau, Marathon and Wawa are now CLOSED as at March 15/16. With a better base Club Alouette Dubreuilville have been able to just downgrade to LIMITED for now.

Please check the Interactive Trail Guide regularly for updates.

Slow down for the conditions and ride safe.

Check out www.halfwayhaven.com.

PLEASE PHONE AHEAD TO HALFWAY FOR FUEL AVAILABILITY 1-705-812-1671

Bon Voyage

NO GAS NOTICE
THERE WILL BE NO GAS AVAILABLE AT SEARCHMONT, HEYDEN OR AT LAKEVIEW GAS BAR IN THE TOWN OF THESSALON AND ONLY AVAILABLE IN 1 LOCATION ON ST. JOSEPH ISLAND AT KENTVALE FOR THE SEASON DUE TO COMPLIANCE ISSUES.  It is recommended that you carry gas if in doubt - this may not be the only place you find yourself in this situation.   


TEMPORARY TRAIL CLOSURES
Please Note! F trail from D201F north to Missanabie will NOT BE OPEN this year.

Also you can FOLLOW or LIKE us on Face Book now - just look for Algoma Sno Plan Affiliation.

   THANK YOU
ASPA    April 06, 2016
Algoma Sno-Plan, OFSC District 13, and our Member Clubs would like to thank those sponsors who have stood by us through another good but weather challenging season.

Supporters who advertise on our Trail Guide or Trailheads, purchase trail permits and take part in club activities and events are vital to our existence.

Volunteers are the fabric of the snowmobile world and without them we would have no clubs or trails. We can’t thank you enough for all you do for your local club and the industry.

A big shout out has to go out to our Land Owners who allow trails to access their land providing a seemingly endless path of scenic beauty throughout the District. How great it is that they will share this with us.

We are so fortunate that together as a team Supporters, Volunteers and Landowners make us what we all are at heart, “Snowmobile Proud.”

Bon Voyage