Where to get snowmobile trail passes and maps for Cranbrook, B.C.

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Trail passes

Trail fees apply to the Cranbrook Snowmobile Club’s (CSC) Lumberton area and they are $20 per sled, per day, or $100 for an annual membership. Visitors can bring cash and purchase a trail pass at the staging area or stop by one of the following businesses beforehand:

Trail maps

A digital map of the Lumberton snowmobile trails west of Cranbrook can be found on the CSC’s website and on SnoRiders. Hard-copy maps are also available at the trailhead. 

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