How to Register

Mountain Climbing Adventures Travel Application Package

We take your application to join an MCA trip seriously. Our application process will require some extra time and paperwork from you, but this helps us do a better job screening our participants and insuring that our MCA team members get on a program that fits their experience and expectations. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions regarding our application procedures.

Application Procedures

Initial steps:

Carefully read, execute and submit forms and materials from the following MCA Application Package in order to apply for and reserve your position on an MCA program:

Consult with your doctor immediately and together read and execute MCA Form 5: Physician’s Certificate. Submit this form to MCA at least 30 days prior to the program.

If you are under the age of 18, both you and your parent or legal guardian must sign all forms. If you are married, your spouse must also sign all forms.

For MCA programs conducted outside Canada or the U.S., applicants must include a good quality photocopy of the first two pages of your passport showing the full legal name, date of birth, passport number and citizenship under which you will be traveling.

Include payment with your application payable to Mountain Climbing Adventures. All payments are to be in Canadian or US dollars.

Mail or ship the above materials to:

Mountain Climbing Adventures
208 Wyecroft Road
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
L6K 3T8

We encourage you to send application materials using a traceable shipping method such as FedEx, United Parcel Service or Expresspost, etc.

Next steps:

You will be notified by email upon our receipt of your completed application materials and formal acceptance for the program. Your position is not confirmed until all properly executed forms and application fees have been received.

  • Submit additional fee payments on or before the due dates indicated in the program materials.
  • MCA will send you additional program materials, instructions and updates via email as needed.

Personal Insurance and Travel Arrangements

Travel insurance is strongly recommended. Make sure you have adequate health, life and disability insurance for you and your family and that your policies cover you while out of the country. You may want to purchase a rescue policy to help cover rescue or evacuation costs if necessary. Be aware that some travel policies do not cover climbing or high altitude activities.

We recommend you contact

Carlson Wagonlit Travel for assistance with your travel planning. We have worked with Carlson Wagonlit Travel for years; they are familiar with our exact itineraries and programs and handle airline bookings for most of our participants. You can reach Lucy Nati at: (416)736-6010 or by e-mail at: lucy@cwtvictortravel.ca

Responsibilities of Participants

We expect participants to be in good health and possess the physical fitness level required for their particular program. We also expect participants to know and have reviewed the climbing techniques necessary to safely participate on their program.

Participants are responsible for preparing and bringing the proper personal clothing and equipment.

Participants need to read and understand the materials they have received regarding the program and its objectives, itinerary, travel plans. Participants should contact MCA whenever questions arise.

Everyone is expected to work together as a team, to be considerate of every team member and to be respectful of each country’s customs, values and traditions.