Where to go to get trail maps and trail passes for Athabasca

Where can I get a trail map for Athabasca, Alberta?

by Jillian Clark

The Athabasca River Runners on route to Grassy Lake.
Athabasca trail maps are available at many of the local businesses. Lynn Olson photo

Trail passes:

There is no membership fee to join the Athabasca River Runners Snowmobile Club. However, the club does sell Alberta Snowmobile Association Season Trail Passes for $70 before January 1, or $80 after. ASA day passes are sold for $20. Membership can be purchased from Athabasca Outdoor Products, or from their website.

Finding a trail map

Trail maps are free at the following locations: Athabasca Outdoor Products, Kal Tire, Buy Low Foods, Cheap Seats Sporting Goods, Athabasca County Office and the Athabasca River Runners’ website.

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