Upcoming Courses:

Learn new skills and appreciation of mountain recreation on one of our scheduled courses. Individuals and groups are welcome; jump in on a upcoming course and enjoy the adventure!

Winter Courses

Top of the World Ski Mountaineering

TOP OF THE WORLD / BEARTOOTH BUTTE - Ski Mountaineering 
This 3-day course will offer some of the best backcountry travel and mountaineering experiences one can find in the entire Beartooth Range. Three days of winter camping and ski mountaineering skills will be taught; route finding and terrain assessment, snow stability leading to steep snow climbing and
riding techniques needed for alpine objectives. Intermediate backcountry experience required.

  • May 13-14

4 spots available




Beartooth Pass Ski Mountaineering


BEARTOOTH PASS- Ski Mountaineering Camp 
4-day ski mountaineering camp based on the infamous Beartooth Pass. Steep headwalls, spring couloir skiing and summer sliding at it's best. This course is the perfect training for ski mountaineering season and descents on spring corn snow. Our guides will help you work on planning ascent routes for couloir climbing, building snow anchors and how to move more efficiently on steep snow. Backcountry experience required.

  • May 26-29

6 spots available.




Beartooth Pass - Reefer Ridge

REEFER RIDGE - Beartooth Pass backcountry  
If you've ever wanted to ski off the 'All-American' Beartooth highway, this is THE classic ski decent that starts off the west summit of Beartooth Pass and continues to the valley floor.  4000' of skiing and scenery!  This tour is a must do.  

Beartooth Mountain Guides will arrange for a shuttle from the Glacier Lake road to the 212 junction / Red Lodge.  

  • May 28 & 30

8 spots available each day




West Fork/Whitetail Ski Mountaineering

WEST FORK ROCK CREEK / WHITETAIL–Ski Mountaineering 
Join one of the Beartooth's most experienced skiers, Beau Fredlund, on a 3-day course that will cover winter camping techniques, managing avalanche terrain, and the ski mountaineering fundamentals necessary to make a descent of the Whitetail Peak couloir. Intermediate-advanced skill required.

  • June 9-11

2 spots available




Rock Climbing 101

RED LODGE AREA CRAGS


Want to learn the basics of rock climbing? We offer half-day and single-day courses teaching the fundamentals of rock climbing along with modern rockcraft techniques use to effectively manage the objective hazards in this sport. We are lucky enough to have many great rock climbing crags on limestone and granite in the Red Lodge area; get a group of friends or family together for a great way to spend the day recreating in the mountains! No previous experience required.

  • MAY through SEPTEMBER

Privates, groups and families welcome.




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