Glacier Park Collection

Guided Rock Climbing around Glacier and Whitefish

Glacier National Park and the surrounding area isn’t a known climbing mecca which makes it a crowd-free climbing zone full of undiscovered gems. Local climbing guides will show you the ropes whether it’s your first time climbing or you’re a seasoned veteran. Guided climbs vary in length from half to full days and usually take place in either Kila or Eureka, MT where there’s something for everyone. Trust the experts to show you the ropes. Get on belay to try out rock climbing on your visit.

Due to unique circumstances beyond our control, we are not able to book this activity in our call center at this time. For current rates and information please contact the outfitter directly at 406.306.0005



  • The area is a crowd-free climbing zone full of undiscovered gems
  • Climb a dramatic rock face in northwest Montana on your own or with a guide company
  • Experience a truly different way to enjoy your vacation
Getting Here

Trips meet in Whitefish, but climbing areas are in Kila, 24 miles south of Whitefish, or Eureka which is 50 miles north of Whitefish both reached via highway MT-93.

GPS Coordinates
Driving here in a car with GPS? Enter the following coordinates into your GPS unit: 
Kila: 48.122969°N, -114.456664°W
Eureka: 48.878272°N, -115.052393°W

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