Alpine Skiing Winter fun for all. Skiers with all types of disabilities can hit the slopes. There are many adaptive equipment options: sit-skis, outriggers, long poles and snow sliders to name a few, and guide skiers to accompany downhillers who are visually impaired.

It may take some trial and error to find your groove, but it's a fun and friendly sport for everyone to enjoy. Whether it be slalom, downhill, super G, snowboarding or a leisurely day on the slopes with family or friends, a supportive community and new pals await.

Visit Alpine Ontario and Canadian Adaptive Snowsports - Ontario for competitive and recreational opportunities for you.

ADDS at Mansfield Ski Resort

63 Manordale Crescent Vaughan L4H 0T7

Alpine Ontario

39A Stewart Road, Collingwood L9Y 4M7

Alpine Ontario Para Race Team

145 Dew St., King City L7B 1L1

CADS - National Capital Division

1216 Bordeau Grove, Ottawa K1C 2M7

CADS Durham Region

4098 Regional Road 9 Orono L0B 1M0

CADS Haliburton

4313 Gelert Rd Minden Hills K0M 2K0

CADS Huronia - Heights of Horseshoe

1106 Horseshoe Valley Road West Barrie L4M 4Y8

CADS Huronia - Horseshoe

1101 Horseshoe Valley Road West Barrie L4M 4Y8

CADS Huronia - Snow Valley

2632 Vespra Valley Road Minesing L0L 1Y3

CADS Ontario

145 Dew St., King City L7B 1L1

Calabogie Adaptive Snow Sports

30 Barrett Chute Road, Calabogie K0J 1H0

Nipissing Trackers

400 McKeown Avenue North Bay P1B 0B2

No Limits Adaptive Ski Club

2-260 Elizabeth St., Sault Ste. Marie P6A 6J3

Ontario Track 3

61 Advance Road, Etobicoke M8Z 2S6

Toronto Ski Hawks

90 Birkshire Dr., Aurora, ON L4G 7P6

Track 3 London

431 Boler Rd., London N6K 4G6

Waterloo Region Track 3

396 Morrison Road, Kitchener N2A 2Z6