Some trails opened to limited!

snowmobile trail grooming first pass on open field

We are happy to announce that some WCSTAI trails have opened back up to ‘Limited’ status. There are still a few areas that we cannot open just yet, but please check the Interactive Trail Guide (ITG) regularly to see which ones we can ride on. It’s been a long wait, and we will hope for a season that runs late this year.

As always, PLEASE RESPECT TRAIL OPEN/CLOSED status as posted on the ITG. It’s been a frustrating season for all of us, and the last thing we need is closed trails due to riders ignoring trail status.

Happy and safe sledding everyone!

Trail Status: Some trails now to Limited

OFSC Permits


We are happy to announce that SOME West Carleton trail conditions have allowed us to open them to LIMITED status. Please check the ITG before you ride to see what trails are opening up!

Don’t forget to pick up your free 2016-17 Trail Guide at the clubhouse or one of our many supporters. There are lots of changes and some new trail! And, please support our sponsors!

Printed maps now available at the following locations:

Aquatopia Cafe – March Road @ 417

Blacks Corners Motorsports – Polaris – Carleton Place, Hwy 15

Carp Shell Gas Station – March Rd @ hwy 417

George’s Marine – Yamaha

The Lighthouse Restaurant – Constance Bay

Long Island Marina – 1424 Commodore Dr. Kars

March Road Motorsports – March Rd just East of Almonte.

Nicholls Gas and Variety – Dunrobin Rd. at Kinburn Rd.

Perth Power Sports – Ski Doo

The Point Lounge – Constance Bay

Sammy’s Restaurant – Dunrobin

Urban Powersports Yamaha in Arnprior.


2016-2017 Trail Guide now available in PDF

WCSTA Trail Guide and map









The WCSTA Trail Guide and map for the 2016-17 season is now available in PDF format. There have been quite a few changes and some exciting new additions to West Carleton trails for the 2016 – 2017 season. Much hard work has gone into getting access to the two sections of the old rail line between Arnprior and Blakeney and getting it opened up for OFSC member use. The BEAST has also been granted use of the same rail line from Carleton Place to Smiths Falls.

Printed versions to arrive very soon. To see our latest trail routes right now, download a PDF Trail Guide.

Pick up a printed copy when you’re visiting local club supporters and businesses in the new year. And please remember to support the businesses who have made this guide possible by advertising in it!

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2016-17 OFSC App and WCSTA Trail Guide Advertising now available! 



For a very limited time, we have advertising spaces available on the WCSTA Trail Guide.

You can also get your business identified on the iSnowmobile mobile app and the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide as a Point of Interest, or have trailside signs installed near your business for the season. Deadline for advertising is Thursday December 15th, so don’t delay!

Single Map Ad:

1 square – $200.00 per square, colour ad (1-7/8 x 2”)
($100.00 per additional square to make your ad stand out)

Point of Interest (P.O.I.) Listing on OFSC Interactive Map and iSnowmobile Mobile App:

$75.00 per listing. This is the mobile app that many snowmobilers use to navigate. This is great for restaurants, gas stations, dealerships and motels/hotels.

Trail signs:

$75.00 This includes up to three trails signs that we place to direct snowmobilers to your business. The signs are supplied by the advertisers and approved by the club. With this option you also get to post one ad on our Facebook group per week to promote your business and/or specials


Trail map ad, POI listing and Trail signs. $300.00

Please email for pricing and more details, or phone Ian Torrey at 613.832.4596.


Trail Guide Advertising 2015-2016WCSTA Trail Guide Map

Advertise your business on WCSTA and OFSC maps!


Now until Nov. 15 businesses have the opportunity to promote themselves and support our local sledding community by advertising with West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association and OFSC.  Get your ad on our 2015-2016 Trail Guide, a sign along local trails, or advertise online across the province as a point of interest on the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide!

Snowmobilers love to support businesses that support them, and in the 2013-2014 season it is estimated that expenditures of snowmobilers in Ontario were upwards of 850 million dollars.

Opportunities to advertise for the 2015-16 season start as low as $75, but ad space for the maps will fill up fast so book your spot now!  Remember, all ad and Point of Interest (POI) submissions  must be received no later than Nov. 15, or while space lasts.


For more information and rates, please contact us below. 

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