•October 8, 2008 • Leave a Comment


Welcome to the North of Superior Snowmobile Association District 16 Website.  This area has much to offer.  It’s a snowmobilers dream!  The intense forest, winding trails and stunning scenery are amazing.  Come visit us this winter and see what you are missing…….

2009/2010 North of Superior Snowmobile Trail Guide Map

•October 29, 2009 • Leave a Comment

NOSSA East 2009-2010 LR

NOSSA West 2009-2010 LR

Buy Your Snowmobiling Permits Early & Save

•July 20, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Buy your snowmobiling permits early before December 1st, 2009  for $200.00 and save on the annual cost by $50.00.  Annual permits purchased after December 1st are $250.00.  Our 7 day permits are $140.00 and our 3 day permits are $100.00 for the 2009/2010 season.  Hurry and enjoy what District 16 has to offer. 

It is important to buy your permits within the area you plan to do most of your snowmobiling.  The funds from the permits will go back into the trails that you ride the most.

Permit Application Form: Please Print and Complete Form, sign in designated areas and return it to your local snowmobile club or permit vendors.

Trail Status Reports

•January 7, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Click on the trail status link to find out about OFSC Trails.   Trail Status Reports

Winter Is Here but still need more snow!!

•January 7, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Winter is here and we are all wishing for more snow.  The groomers need more snow to get the trails up and running in full, but that doesn’t mean that work for the snowmobile clubs is done.  Work on the trails continues throughout the year.  Brushing, tree cutting, installing signage and other maintenance will continue into the next season.  More volunteers are needed to help with the ongoing work.  If you or someone you know is wanting to try something new or has some extra time on their hands, feel free to inquire on a volunteer position with your local club or the North of Superior Snowmobile Association.  Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. 

We hope everyone had a safe and superb snowmobiling year. 

The North of Superior Snowmobile Association will be travelling the District to collect Trail Guide Map Advertisements as well as attending different Trade Shows to promote District 16.  We will keep you posted throughout the year on upcoming news and events.

Toll Free:  1-800-526-7522

Phone:  807-824-1409

Email:  nossa@bellnet.ca

You can check out the OFSC website for Trail Status Reports just click on Trail Reports below and it will take you there:

Trail Reports

Remember when riding on the trails to have a valid permit, insurance and driver’s license because the Trail Patrol and S.T.O.P. programs will be very active this year.  Don’t get caught without them!

“Powered by Permits – Operated by Volunteers”

“Buy Where You Ride”!!


Border Crossing – CANPASS

•November 11, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Anyone wishing to cross the border into Canada will need a CANPASS to cross in remote areas.  Click on CANPASS to get to the application process.  Please be advised that anyone wishing to cross the border by snowmobile should contact the border that they intend to cross.  We have made several telephone calls to our local boder and have been given unclear advice as whether or not you can cross in remote areas regarding the U.S. side.