26. November 2009
This year the Newfoundland and Labrador Snowmobile Federation is offering an online purchase option for your 2010 trail permit. It's easy to use, very convenient and you can buy yours today at nlsf.snowmobilepermits.com
You can pay by Credit Card or Email Interac Transfer straight from your bank account.
You will need to provide your name, email and mailing address, as well as your billing address when paying by credit card. One thing you should make sure before you use the online purchase option is that you have to provide your snowmobile(s) goverment registration plate number. There are many older sleds out there without the plate, and I'm afraid you are out of luck.
The below information was taken from the NLSF Website:
The Newfoundland and Labrador Snowmobile Federation relies heavily on trail sticker sales in order to help provide the many services it presently offers, including grooming of the trail network. Please make sure to purchase a sticker before riding our trails.
Trail sticker prices include:
Early bird special (on or before Jan. 4, 2010) - $80.00
Regular price (after Jan. 4, 2010) - $100.00
1-day passes - $15.00
3-day passes - $30.00
7-day passes - $50.00
*HST included on all prices
The NLSF also has a family rate. The rate is limited to 3 snowmobiles per household and owners must provide registration showing the same address for each of the machines. If you purchase all at the same time on or before December 1st the cost is $80 for the first machine, $60 for the second machine and $60 for the third machine, after December 1st the cost is $100, $80 and $80. If not purchased all at the same time the cost will be reflective of the date at which you purchased the 2nd and 3rd (i.e. 1st purchased on or before Dec. 1 - $80, 2nd and 3rd ones after Dec. 1 would cost $80 each, based on price after the Dec. 1st date).
Support Groomed Trails, even if you're into backcountry riding you'll use the groomed system from one way or another, it's worth it!
SledAddicts would like to emphasize that the NLSF Mandate supports a less restrictive backcountry experience.