Whitefish Half-Day Rock Climbing Adventure

Location Whitefish

Season Summer

Difficulty Beginner-Expert

Duration 3.5hrs

Overview

Come explore paths less traveled.  Push your limits and seek your own personal adventure.  The Mountain Guides Montana would like to take you back to a simpler time of dirt roads and quiet mountain crags.  Whether you are new to climbing or a seasoned pro, allow us to create create the perfect adventure for you.  All of our trips include a private guide and a customizable itinerary.  Below are some examples of trips that we regularly offer to give you an idea of what we can create for you.  

Season Summer

Minimum Age 5

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Itinerary

This is a fun day of climbing, to get you out and experience one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Our intro to climbing trips are designed for those who are interested in a new adventure and want to learn the basics.  Our guides will provide you with a strong foundation and understanding in knots, belaying and principles of rock climbing.  Our goal is to create a space for you to learn and feel comfortable while challenging yourself and exploring the vertical world.  

It can be difficult to please everyone on a family vacation, but The Mountain Guides Montana has a solution. Spend the half-day in the quiet corners of Montana on a family rock climbing adventure.

Our guides will coordinate the ideal rock climbing experience based on your family’s abilities and climbing history. Rock climbing is a unique activity that allows each person to choose their own level of challenge while spending the day together and sharing an experience.  Previous family clients have found rock climbing to be a great way to accommodate everyone while having fun, improving communication and creating trust between members.  We are able to accommodate climbers ages 5 and up and we ask that parents or guardians accompany anyone under the age of 15.  

Come out and enjoy a half day of guided climbing in Northwest Montana.  Our half-day trips are designed for established climbers that want to climb hard and explore a new region.  Whether you need a partner or just want someone to line you out on all the local beta, we have got yo covered.  Let us know what type of climbing you prefer and what grade you are climbing at and we will set them up while you knock them down.  We do allow guests to lead climb as part of these trips once they have shown proficiency and the guide feel confident with everyone’s skill and focus.  

Our single pitch workshops are designed to help recreational climbers take their skills to the next level.  The half day workshops are focused on more skill building and less climbing.  We work with clients to determine the exact curriculum depending on personal goals and objectives.  Common areas of focus are anchor building, Intro to sport lead climbing and Intro to traditional lead climbing.  

Pricing: $265 private 1:1; $175pp/2 people; $150pp/3 people; $140pp/ 4 people; $130pp/ 5+ people; $120pp/ 6+ people 

 

For larger family Climbs and specialty groups: Please contact us or inquire for pricing information.  

The Mountain Guides will provide you with all of your personal equipment needs for rock climbing including; harness, shoes, chalk bag, helmet and belay/rappel devices.

Montana Weather – It can be sunny one moment and raining the next or both at the same time.  Mornings and evening are cold and daytime is hot.  Bring layers for everything.  We live in a dry climate and our bodies need water, hydrate the night before your climb/ hike and be sure to bring more with you.  Consider freezing your water bottles or putting ice in them.  Light-colored and loose-fitting clothes will help keep you cool.

FOOTWEAR

  • Sticky Rubber approach shoes, running shoes or hiking shoes: (PLEASE NO OPEN TOED SHOES)
  • Sandals/ comfy shoes for the drive home

UPPER LAYERS

BOTTOM LAYERS

DAYPACK

  • Small daypack (25L) or Camelbak for snacks, water, and layers

ACCESSORIES

  • Sun Hat – Baseball of full brimmed
  • Water – Water bottles or hydration bladder
    • (May-Sept) Minimum 3 Liters
    • (Nov-April) Minimum 2 Liters
  • Food: Energy Bars, fruit, sandwiches, trail mix. Bring Enough!
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen/ Lip balm
  • Bandana
  • Bug Spray

CONSIDERATIONS

Montana Weather – It can be sunny one moment and raining the next or both at the same time.  Mornings and evening are cold and daytime is hot.  Bring layers for everything.  We live in a dry climate and our bodies need water, hydrate the night before your climb/ hike and be sure to bring more with you.  Consider freezing your water bottles or putting ice in them.  Light-colored and loose-fitting clothes will help keep you cool.

Because of The Mountain Guides Montana Whitefish, Montana location in beautiful Flathead Valley and proximity to Glacier National Park our venues for teaching are one of a kind. Flights come into Glacier International Airport (FCA) daily. Amtrak arrives once per day.

Testimonials

  • Great, safe, and affordable. They make the class work for you. I had never climbed outdoors before, but I felt safe and in good hands the whole time. Great company.

    — Anonymous
  • Professional and friendly crew.  The class was better than I ever expected.   Excellent job at building confidence and knowledge.   I pretty much had the best day ever!

    — Kristi

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Here you’ll find online tools and information about joining us for a trip of a lifetime! To sign up for a trip, or if you have any questions, please call us. Listed on the left side of these pages are links that you may find useful, including printable forms and policies concerning a trip with TMG. We encourage ALL prospective climbers to read our Preparation advice. Our office can help place you with others who are looking to climb.

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