Tim Shaw

Location Whitefish, MT

Role Branch Director, Guide

Years Guiding 21

About Tim Shaw

Tim is a veteran mountain athlete and guide who has spent his career leading Experiential and Adventure Education trips throughout North America and abroad.  Tim has his Masters in Experiential Education from Minnesota State University and has been guiding rock climbing in North West Montana for 20 years.  Tim guides full time in the summer, teaches wilderness medicine courses in the spring and fall and ski patrols in the winter.  His newest adventures are focused on raising the next generation of outdoor adventurers and lands stewards with his two daughters Sonali and Amirah.  

Certifications:

  • - Wilderness FIrst Responder
  • - AMGA Single Pitch Instructor
  • - CPR

Testimonials

  • My family and I spent a morning with Clancy and Tim climbing the Kila Crags. It was an awesome experience both for my wife and I and our three kids (ages 10, 8 and 6)! We had no climbing experience going in; Clancy and Tim helped us learn and made us feel extremely safe. They were amazing with the kids. We would love to go again with them. Highly recommended!

    — Jason Beverage
  • Always professional, always personable, always safe, always considerate. They take the time to develop a plan with the client that creates a fun and challenging experience; also, they provide valuable teaching moments along the way. I look forward to using their services again.

    — Greg Cutcher
  • Awesome experience: great guide, fantastic routes, perfect location and nice weather. What more could you possibly wish for?

    — Oleg & Mariann Neverovitch
  • You guys were awesome. I would suggest you…to anyone and the climb was great. It was one of the best experiences I’ve ever done.

    — Eliah Penderson, age 16 (recipient of International Climbers Festival Scholarship)
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