Where can I get trail passes and trail maps for Fort McMurray?

All the information you need to know about trail passes and trail maps in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

by Jillian Clark

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Snow glistens on the trails near Fort McMurray. Dave Connell photo

Trail maps can be downloaded from the Sno-Drifters’ website as well as the free Avenza PDF Maps app allowing users to track their GPS positioning both with and without cell service. Snowmobilers must have an Alberta Snowmobile Association (ASA) membership trail pass to access the club trails surrounding Fort McMurray.

The McMurray Sno-Drifters Association is hosting the 2016 ASA Jamboree from March 4 to 6, 2016, to raise funds for the development of a connector trail from the existing 310 kilometres of trail down to the Iron Horse Trail and the Trans Canada Trail south of Fort McMurray. The ASA Jamboree is a family-friendly event with fun activities for all age groups all weekend long. More information can be found on the club’s website.

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