Where can I get trail passes and trail maps to ride in Grande Prairie, AB?

Trail maps for Grande Prairie are available from the Swan City Snowmobile Club

by Mason Buettner

A sledder taking a curve in a meadow filled with fresh powder.
Carving through some fresh powder outside of Grande Prairie. Lou Maffret photo

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

Trail maps

Trail maps can be viewed and downloaded from the Swan City Snowmobile Club website (http://altasnowmobile.ab.ca/trailsclubs/swan-city-snowmobile-club/).

Trail passes

Riders are required to have a current Alberta Snowmobile Association (ASA) Trail Pass or can buy a Groomer Support Pass at the trailhead for $20 per snowmobile, per day. 

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