Private Rock Climbing Tours
Want to try rock climbing outside? Love to climb but don’t know where to go?
Book a climbing tour or lesson with Glacier Adventure Guides. The climbing up here in northwest Montana is a well-kept secret. Many routes lie on hidden cliffs, bluffs and rocky outcrops nestled in the forest. We’ll find you routes you’re sure to climb and enjoy.
Tours are private and catered to your skill level. Our guides are certified single pitch instructors through the AMGA and have decades of experience on the rock. We guarantee a fun, informative time at the crags.
For our first time ever rock climbing, my friend and I spent the day with Glacier Adventure Guides and had an excellent time. Even though we booked on short notice, all details were taken care of. The guys were friendly, informative and extremely encouraging. Totally loved it and highly recommend them. –Renee, via tripadvisor.com
For new climbers, we’ll teach you:
Climbing Safety & Communication
Day trips: Meet at the crag, or meet at the Glacier Adventure Guides office at 9 a.m. We also offer hotel pick-up for folks staying in Whitefish. Drive to the crag to begin climbing, full day of climbing, return to the Flathead before 5 p.m.
CLIMBING GEAR - Included
Rock climbing shoes
Appropriate clothing (lightweight and flexible)
Water Bottle (water is provided)
Extra food & snacks (lunch is provided)
Glacier Adventure Guides leads climbing day trips to Stone Hill.
STONE HILL - Northwest Montana's largest climbing area
The crags at Stone Hill above Lake Koocanusa offer some of the highest quality rock climbing in northwest Montana. Soaring, black quartzite bluffs distinguish the area from the densely forested foothills surrounding it. Stone Hill is known for its smooth texture, thin holds and dead-vertical faces. If you’re looking for a unique climbing getaway, let us show you the best of what Stone Hill has to offer.
90-MINUTE DRIVE FROM COLUMBIA FALLS
BEST SEASON: MAY – OCTOBER
DIFFICULTY: 5.7 – 5.12d
Columbia Falls is located in northwest Montana and is known as “The Gateway to Glacier.”
The town is also a short drive from the North Fork of the Flathead River, and is surrounded by the Whitefish, Livingston and Swan mountain ranges and several national and state forests. While small, it’s a prime destination for skiing, hiking and camping, with enough amenities to keep you more than comfortable.
Drive times to Columbia Falls:
Glacier International Airport (FCA): 15 min.
Missoula International Airport (MSO): 2-3 hrs.
Whitefish Train Depot: 20 min.
Does not include:
Hotel costs before, during, or after the trips
Ready to book? You have the option to either call and book via phone or through our secure Online Reservation System.
Need more information? Free inquiries can be made by calling us at 877-735-9514 or emailing Greg Fortin, owner and lead guide.
All participants must read and sign an Assumption of Risks/Liability Waiver, fill out our Guide Questionnaire and agree to our Reservations and Cancellations Policies.