PEI Snowmobile Associations Most FQA’s
How do I prevent snowmobilers from crossing my private property?
We do not condone people riding on private property without permission – if this has happened to you, we suggest:
- Placing signs “Private Property, No Trespassing, etc” on the property
- If signs do not help, we suggest speaking to your local authorities
Are walkers permitted to use the trails during the winter?
- Short answer is No. Between December 1st and March 31st the PEI Snowmobile Association has exclusive rights to the Confederation Trail
- When there is enough snow – the only reason the trails would be fit for walking is because the PEISA groomers have made is possible by packing the snow.
- Walkers on the trail is a safety concern – we want everyone to be able to enjoy the trails for their seasonal purpose safely
- For more information: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/transportation-infrastructure-and-energy/snowmobiling-confederation-trail
What do I do if I lost/damaged my trail pass?
- Lost permits can not be replaced. No exceptions
- Damaged permits can be replaced if purchaser can provide all documentation of purchase AND also have the damaged permit to return.
Where can I purchase a trail pass?
Purchase a trail pass HERE
What is the price of a trail pass?
Find the price of a trail passes HERE
What year is considered vintage?
Currently any snowmobile 2001 and older is considered vintage
How do I receive my family permit rebate?
Apply to receive your family permit rebate HERE
How big is the PEI Snowmobile Association trail system?
Approximately 900 kilometers
How many members does the PEI Snowmobile Association have?
Approximately 3000 families are involved with snowmobiling on PEI
What is the age limit to drive a snowmobile on the trails?
Any person driving a snowmobile under the age of 16
- Must be accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license
- Adult must cross any roads for the underage person