Where do I find trail maps and trail passes for Lac du Bonnet?

Where to find trail maps and trail passes for Eastern Manitoba, including the Lac du Bonnet area.

Visitors to Manitoba can ride a vast network of intersecting trails with the purchase of a SnoPass at any public insurance agent in the province. The pass goes with the machine, not the rider, so you must show proof of ownership along with registration and insurance.

There are two options for visiting snowmobilers:

  • An annual pass, valid until April 30 each year, for $150
  • A seven-day SnoPass for $75.50

The SnoPass is issued by Snowmobilers of Manitoba (Snoman), a non-profit organization that funds about 50 snowmobiling clubs and the grooming of about 12,000 kilometres of trails.

If you’re looking for trail maps of the eastern Manitoba area, including Lac du Bonnet, check our trail map here or see the Snoman map on their website.

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