ALTITUDE - Team Development and Leadership Program

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Province of Ontario has amended the COVID-19 vaccine requirements for indoor sports and recreational fitness activities, effective Wednesday, September 22. Proof of full-vaccination, and a valid government issued photo ID is now required for entry to the David Braley Athletic Centre and its indoor recreational activities and services. Read more here.

ALTITUDE  (Achieving Leadership Through Integrated Teamwork, Unity, Dedication, and Empowerment) 

ALTITUDE is a program designed to offer leadership, experiential education, and team building experiences to students, youth, adults, sports teams, business organizations and more.

Our goal is to educate participants about group dynamics, the role and expectations of a leader and how members of a team/group can function most effectively - empowering individuals and groups through the use of adventure programming, team building and leadership development initiatives.
 
Every individual’s experience at ALTITUDE is framed by the concept of “Challenge by Choice”, where participants choose their own level of contribution, challenge and involvement in an empowering environment of group support and achievement.

Thinking of booking but have questions? Please email out team at altitude@mcmaster.ca and we will get back to you!

ALPINE TOWER Open Climbing Sessions - Monday and Thursday nights 4-7pm - starting September 13

Come out for some fun recreational climbing on the Alpine Tower. Open to both beginners and experienced recreational climbers - there are both easy and challenging climbing routes you can take and you climb as high as you like, 10 ft or up to 50 ft. The Alpine Tower is universally accessible to individuals of physical abilities. Seesions run Mondays and Thursdays from Sept 13 to Oct 7 – two sessions each day 4-530pm or 530-7pm. Fee is $15 and refundable for all student and DBAC members who attend the session. Please ensure you have provided a current phone number when registering in case the session needs to be cancelled due to inclement weather  

The Department of Athletics and Recreation is a proud partner with the McMaster Okanagan Committee on the MacMoves movement on campus - supporting and encouraging the McMaster community to engage in activity and to ‘Move More. Being active is unique to each person, based on their interest and ability. It is whatever works best for you. Mac Moves Week is Oct 3-9!  For details and registration for fun, free activities and information sessions please see here.