In Algoma, adventure takes on a whole new meaning...

Thrill yourself as you travel through trails carved into the Cambrian Shield and old growth forests.

Connect with your wild side as you ride to remote areas known only to snowmobilers and untamed animals.

Enjoy every stop as our businesses and residents can't wait to show you how northerners kick back.

With over 2,000 miles of groomed trails, Algoma truly is every snowmobiler's ultimate adventure. If you have what it takes, our trails quietly await...

   Trail Permit Purchases
ASPA    Sept 25, 2014
2015 Seasonal Permits on Sale October 1

Great News!
The OFSC is holding the line on permit fees for the second year in a row, leading off with our best deal of the season - $180 for a season permit if purchased online on or before November 1.
To buy online, you will need:
• Snowmobile ownership (year/make/model/license plate/VIN)
• Valid email address
• Name of the OFSC club you wish to support
• Valid Visa or Mastercard
If you bought online last year, simply access your account to view the information you have on file, update it as needed and you are good to go!

Classics (1999 & older) will be available online only at $140 until Nov 2 2014 and at other locations until Dec 2 when the price increases to $170.
NOTE:
3 & 7 DAY PERMITS WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE ON LINE THIS YEAR AT
https://permits.ofsc.on.ca/en

GET YOURS TODAY!
   Driver Training Courses
ASPA    2014-10-08
There will be a Driver Training Course at the Elliot Lake Snowbirds clubhouse Sunday November 30 at 9 am. $40 for those 12 and up.
For more info call Kathleen at (705) 578-2604.
Must Preregister.

There will be a Driver Training Course sponsored by the Echo Bay Snow Falcons at the Echo Bay Hall on Saturday, November 22 at 9 am. $40 for those 12 year of age and up.
For more info or to preregister call Cindy at (705) 248-1166.
   CHAPLEAU CLUB FOLDING - NOT!
ASPA     September 24 2014
THE GOOD NEWS

The Community of Chapleau and all its GOOD people have rallied to resurrect Chapleau Arctic Watershed Snowmobile Club back in mid July. They have been very busy over the summer regrouping and have applied for grant funding for trail work as well as secured funding for some much needed groomer repairs. Many new volunteers have stepped forward so will require a helping hand at getting through all the preseason work and training. Visit them on face book and welcome them back to snowmobiling here in District 13.