Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operator's Permit

Gros Morne National Park

Snowmobile Map

Map illustrating areas which are closed to snowmobile operators

Conditions of Local Community Resident Permit

Conditions of Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operator’s Permit

Snowmobiling in Gros Morne National Park - Know Before You Go


Title: Snowmobiling in Gros Morne National Park: Know Before You Go

Snowmobiles travelling Corridor

Snowmobiling is a great way for visitors to experience Gros Morne National Park. But, before you head out, know the regulations.

Travelling shot of boot on snowmachine. Park pass and Snowmobile permit overlaid.

You must obtain and sign a national park entry pass and a snowmobile operator’s permit. Carry these with you at all times when inside the park.

Park Map overlaid with Highlighted Snowmobile Corridors

Be aware there are designated corridors that riders are expected to use. These are marked on the map that comes with your permit. It is your responsibility to know your location at all times.

Various Shots of Riders Behaving Responsibly on Corridors

Stay in the corridors and respect the conditions of your permit.

You will be doing your part to protect Gros Morne National Park

for the benefit and enjoyment of Canadians today, and for future generations.

Parks Canada wishes you a safe trip.

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© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by Parks Canada, 2015.

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If you are a resident of Cow Head, St. Pauls, Sally’s Cove, Rocky Harbour, Norris Point, Glenburnie–Birchy Head–Shoal Brook, Woody Point, or Trout River and operate a snowmobile in Gros Morne National Park you need a Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operator’s Permit in addition to a Park Entry Pass. Snowmobile Operator’s Permits are free of charge. They are valid every year, from 1 November to 15 May. Please review the Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operating Map and the exclusions areas as some changes occur annually. For further details please consult the Frequently Asked Questions and Conditions of Permit.

Residents’ immediate family members may receive a Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operator’s Permit. Immediate family is defined as parent, step-parent, foster parent, sibling, spouse, common-law spouse, step-child, ward of the resident, grandchild, father-in-law, mother-in-law, and relative permanently residing in the resident’s household or with whom the resident permanently resides.

Avalanche Information
South West Gulch (Tablelands)
The Bowl (Tablelands)
Long Range Mountains

Local Community Resident Snowmobile Operator’s Permits and Park Entry Passes are available at the following park facilities and select communities at the businesses specified.

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