Swan Valley Snowmobile Association

This is the home of Swan Valley Snowmobile Association Inc. (SVSAA). Our mission is to promote safe, enjoyable 
snowmobiling in the Swan River Valley through education, signing, and trail development.


All snowmobilers that choose to travel on a designated Snofund Trail are required by law to have a valid SnoPass and to display it on a valid ORV plate that is affixed to the snowmobile.

Manitoba Snopasses are recognized in Saskatchewan; and

Saskatchewan trail permits are recognized here.

Two for the price of one.  What a deal!


Manitoba Conservation and the RCMP, working co-operatively with local snowmobile clubs, will actively patrol the trails and conduct spot checks.  Fines are in excess of $400!



For more SnoPass Information  see the Snoman Inc. website  


How much does a Snopass cost?

An Annual Snopass costs $150.00.  A 7-Day Snopass costs $75.50

If you ride 500 kms per season on designated trails, the annual snopass of $150.00 breaks down to paying 0.30 cents per km travelled.

The more you ride the better your value becomes. Fuel and oil savings is another cost benefit of riding groomed trails.


Out-of-Province Snowmobilers (excluding Saskatchewan)

To purchase your Snopass in advance, you can mail your information to an MPI Broker. Your Snopass sticker will be mailed to you from the Broker. Please allow time for this process. For locations and addresses of MPI Brokers in Manitoba, please click here.


What's the purpose of the Snopass?

Your Snopass fee helps to enhance recreational snowmobiling across Manitoba, as it supports the local Snoman member clubs who groom and maintain more than 12,000 kilometers of designated trails across Manitoba.

What other benefits does a Snopass offer?

  • Entitles the Snopass purchaser to ride all of Snoman's designated snowmobile trails.
  • Manitoba Snopasses also provide additional entitlement to ride on designated trails in Saskatchewan.
  • Creates more sustainable funding to ensure the designated trail system continues to provide snowmobilers with a safer riding opportunity.
  • Provides important announcements on safety and trail conditions through media such as radio, print, and website.
  • When you purchase a Snopass, you receive a Snoman Official Trail Map for the season.
  • Four issues of SnoRiders West, Snoman's official regional publicationsno (one per household).


What is Snoman?

Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Inc. is a non-profit organization representing 52 snowmobiling clubs that maintain and groom some 12,000 kilometres of Manitoba's scenic trails. Member clubs are financially supported through the sale of Snopasses.