Rock Climb Montana is headquartered in Whitefish, Montana. Climbing instruction takes place at cliffs near Kila, Kalispell and Eureka, with private instruction available for all ages and abilities. Our clients range in age from three to seventy-three. Beginning climbers will appreciate having a certified professional climbing instructor who puts safety first and teaches with a fun and easygoing style. Experienced climbers will appreciate having a knowledgeable guide direct them to challenging routes for maximum fun and adventure. Rock Climb Montana can provide all necessary gear. Just show up and we will supply the equipment, the training, and the excitement. Rated number one activity in Whitefish by TripAdvisor.com for 2013.
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