Our beautiful snowmobile season 2020-2021 is comming soon and the sale of the trail permits will take place at the beginning of October!
To all snowmobilers!
Please read carefully the information on this page and on each document.
In order to purchase a trail permit, you must purchase it online, all categories included!
Don’t wait! Purchase your permit hassle-free from your residence, office or with your cellular phone!
To purchase online, you will need:
- Equipment (computer, tablet or cellular phone) with access to the Internet*;
- *Please note it is preferred to be in panoramic mode and not in portrait mode on your tablet or cell phone, in order to navigate through the platform for your on-line trail permit purchase.
- A valid e-mail address;
- How to create an email: Gmail or Outlook
- Open up an existing profile or create a new one;
- Please ensure that the profile is created in the name of the owner of the snowmobile, the trail permit is automatically issued under the name and address registered in your profile.
- Make sure that your information is valid, up to date and complete (postal address, telephone, e-mail, etc.).
- Information pertaining to your snowmobile, including the serial number as it appears on your proof of registration.
How can I continue to support my local club?
You should always purchase your trail permit from the club that maintains the trails you ride most often. A location map allows you to select your club and continue to encourage it.
*If you have kept your trail permit from last year, a 3 or 5-digit number (CCC-RR) located in the upper right identifies your club (CCC) and its region (RR).
Trail permit types and prices
- 340 $ for an annual trail permit purchased on or before December 9th, 2020
- 420 $ for an annual trail permit purchased after December 9th, 2020
- 650 $ for an annual trail permit sold in trail*
- 250 $ for an annual trail permit for antique snowmobiles (2001 and older)
- 220 $ for a 7-day trail permit
- 135 $ for a 3-day trail permit
- 65 $ for a 1-day trail permit
- 580 $ for an annual trail permit for a rental snowmobile
- 30 $ for a replacement trail permit
* Obtain your trail permit before taking the trail!
A surcharge is added to the selling price of the annual trail permit when it is sold in trails. Antique/daily/weekly access rights cannot be sold in trails.
The trail permit is non-refundable*
The trail permit is personal. It is non-transferable and non-refundable*. It is an offense to operate a snowmobile on an approved trail without having paid the prescribed trail permit fee according to the terms and conditions determined by the Board of Directors.
*Only the $1,000,000 liability insurance portion may be subject to a refund.
Accepted online payment methods :
- VISA or prepaid VISA card
- MasterCard or prepaid MasterCard card
The transaction is carried out on a secure site and no information related to your credit card will be retained once the transaction is complete.
Canada Post delivery delays vary between 2 and 5 days, added to the time required to process your demand. These delays may be longer, particularly during periods of intense permit purchasing. Delays may extend beyond 2 or 3 weeks. We invite you to not wait until the last minute before making your purchase so as to avoid longer delays.
*Make sure to have a valid and complete address while creating your profile, otherwise your trail permit may not be delivered.
Are you a travelling snowmobiler who wants to discover Quebec's 33,000 km of trails? Make sure you know the laws and regulations of Quebec.
Please ensure that the profile is created in the name of the owner of the snowmobile, the trail permit is automatically issued under the name and address registered in your profile.
I understand and accept the aforementioned conditions and upon clicking the button, you will be redirected to the secure online permit buying site.