Where can I buy trail passes and trail maps for the Crowsnest Pass?

If you go, you will want to have a map and trail pass in hand before setting out

by Mason Buettner

A sledder in the middle of an enormous bowl in the Crowsnest Pass.
Membership to the Crow Snow Riders club is $10 annually. Photo courtesy Barnes Ranch

Trail maps

Trail maps are available for purchase at Top Gunn Mechanical and Kanata in Blairmore and at the Husky, Esso, Best Canadian Motor Inn and Stop Inn Motel in Coleman. A trail map can also be accessed for free on the Crow Snow Riders website.

Trail passes

Those using the trails are expected to have an Alberta Snowmobile Association (ASA) trail pass, which can be purchased online and at various locations in Blairmore and Coleman. Membership in the Crow Snow Riders club is $10 annually and proceeds go towards grooming. 

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