Prices

Full Season Permits may only be purchased online directly through the OFSC. Orders completed by 11:59:59 PM, Nov 1, 2016 will cost $180.00. Full Season Permits after the November 1st deadline and before December 1st, 2016 will cost $210.00 after which the cost will be $260.00. See link to OFSC below.

OFSC online permits

A portion of each permit sale goes directly to the club where you purchase your permit. The Paudash Trail Blazers depend on this as the major source of revenue for funding our Club activities. Every permit purchased in our club is very important! Please continue to support us so we can continue to offer one of the best snowmobiling experiences the Province has to offer.

Your are able to ride immediately after purchasing your permit online. Once you purchase your permit, you will be emailed a temporary permit that you can print and then affix to your sled for a period of time while your actual permit is shipped to you.

NOTE: Trail Permits must be purchased before riding and can not be sold on the trail. If you are stopped by a Trail Patroller or police on the trail without a valid permit for your sled, you could be fined up to $50,000 (we wish!). Seriously, please purchase a permit, it allows us to support this amazing trail system. We have volunteers that do a fantastic job, but it is expensive to run our fleet of groomers and maintain our trails, Insurance, fuel, etc .

The 2016/17 season permit expires May 31/17. The permit is valid only in the province of Ontario and may be used only for Prescribed Trails operated by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.

Multi-Day Trail Permit

Multi-Day permits are available for $35.00 per day

Special Event Permits

The special event permits are issued by the OFSC only for certain specifically recognized club events. They are generally issued at selected locations such as a specific District Office. Contact us at info@paudashtrailblazers.on.ca for more information.

Classic Permits

On June 16, 2009 the OFSC was given permission by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) to create a new category of permit called the “Classic Permit.” This is a recognized season trail permit for sleds that are Model year 1999 or older and is geared towards owners of, for example, vintage and classic machines that do not generally log the miles capable of newer machines, but who still want access to the trail system. There are several conditions that must be met to qualify for a classic permit.