2021 Snowmobile Trail Permits Now Available Online

Snowmobilers Benefit by Buying Permits in September

(Barrie, ON: September 1, 2020) ‐ Following its announcement last week about millions of dollars invested
in groomers for trail consistency, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) continues to be
very optimistic about delivering the best possible trail riding experience this winter.

It’s all systems go with pre‐season preparations – and to share and support our enthusiasm for getting
trails ready to ride, we invite snowmobilers to join us in launching the 2021 snowmobile season by
buying your Snowmobile Trail Permit in September at the same fee as last season.

“The OFSC is up to the challenge of making our snowmobile trails available this winter thanks to new
strategies and initiatives being rolled out this fall,” said CEO Landon French. “Our volunteers, clubs,
districts and staff are focused on one mission to make it happen, and buying early is the best way for
snowmobilers to support these efforts.”

September permit buyers can take also advantage of the one‐time confidence bonus of $50 being
offered by the OFSC through its Rider Advantage Program.

“Organized snowmobiling in Ontario has always been about snowmobilers helping snowmobilers,”
concluded French, “The plain fact is that more than ever, our success in delivering trails this winter will
depend on the snowmobile community pulling together as one to accomplish our shared mission.”
2021 Snowmobile Trail Permits are now available for purchase online at www.ofsc.on.ca along with all
the early buying details to qualify for the Rider Advantage Confidence Bonus.

More OFSC strategy announcements regarding the health and safety of its members, volunteers,
landowners and permit buyers will follow shortly.

The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) is a volunteer led not for profit association that provides the voice for organized snowmobiling in the Province of Ontario. The snowmobile trails managed by 200 community based, member organizations, generate up to $3.3 billion in economic activity across the province each year.

For questions or to schedule a media interview with the OFSC, please contact Lisa Stackhouse at
lstackhouse@ofsc.on.ca or by phone at 705‐739‐7669 x235

To view more OFSC news and releases: https://mailchi.mp/8620a2cef4df/industry‐newsletter‐sign‐up


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