Trail Maps

Click Here for this Season Trail Map 

If you would like a District 17 trail map please call the Atikokan Sno-Ho Club (807) 929-2245 or e-mail your request to snoho@atikokansnoho.com

If you require maps for areas other than District 17 please visit the OFSC website.

 

Click here to see District 17, NWOSTA’s Brochure

NWOSTA Wilderness Loop

The CANPASS — Remote Area Border Crossing (RABC) permit (direct application form download), a joint initiative of Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, allows the bearer to cross the border into Canada at certain remote areas without reporting to a port of entry, as long as imported goods are declared.

The permit is valid at the following locations:

  • From Pigeon River through to and including Lake Of The Woods
  • The Canadian shore of Lake Superior
  • Cockburn Island

Fees: $30.00 Canadian per Application

Snowmobilers must re-enter the United States through customs at Crane Lake or through the International Falls Border Crossing.

 

White Otter Loop

The White Otter Loop has been around for a long time and riden on by many sledders. This year we are pleased to put up new signs that will promote and outline the spectacular loop.

From Atikokan, follow the A trail west to the L903 and follow the White Otter Loop signs to the White Otter Castle. This castle was built in 1915 by the legend Jimmy McQuat single-handedly and still exists today.

From the Castle you can travel north to Ignace via the L801 and A Trails. Lunch and Fuel is available. Return to Atikokan on the A Trail

Distance – Atikokan to the WO Castle to Ignace and return to Atikokan : 210 km

Ignace to Atikokan (A trail) : 104 km