Ontario Track3 Adaptive Sports Association

Who We Are

The Ontario Track3 Adaptive Sports Association, formerly- ”Ontario Track3 Adaptive Ski Association for the Disabled”, is an inclusive volunteer, non-profit charitable organization that teaches children and youth with disabilities alpine sports. The name “Track3” comes from the three tracks left in the snow by an amputee skiing with one ski and two outriggers. Ontario Track3 began at a single Collingwood location assisting a small number of young amputees and has since grown to a provincial registered charity with nine host locations, more than a dozen programs, and two regional affiliates in Kitchener and London, Ontario.

Who Do We Help?

We teach children and youth each year with a wide variety of cognitive and physical disabilities alpine sports through an adaptive program.


Our mission is to change lives by serving young athletes, their families and the broader community with empowering adaptive snow sports experiences.


Track3 is a story of success. Success not only for its growth over the last 50 years but for the thousands of young people with varying disabilities, who, through the challenge of skiing and snowboarding, have discovered that despite their disability, they could live an active and full life. 

Since Track3 stepped out on its own, the program has grown so much that new ski schools had to be developed. Over 300 volunteers actively participate in these programs, to ensure that the students get the best instruction we can provide. With their ongoing support and the addition of new and energetic volunteers, Track3 can look to the future with such optimism!  

For more information on our history please visit us here. 

Contact Us

We are here to assist our community. If you have any questions regarding our organization, students, sponsorship or donations, please contact our team. 

email:  track3@track3.org

phone:  416-233-3872