Rock Climb Montana can show you the ropes and teach you to climb in a safe and friendly atmosphere amid the majesty of northwest Montana. Private climbing instruction and personalized guided trips. Affordable family adventure. Rock Climb Montana provides the gear, the professional training, and the excitement. Climbers ascend canyon walls that have been carved by the Stillwater River. It's one of the prettiest areas Link Neimnark has climbed in the world. The area is shaded by the forest, and the cold, flowing water acts as natural air conditioning.
Types of Experiences and Trips Provided
Activity Level to be Expected: Moderate
Dates of Experience: April to December
Sizes of Groups: Private trips for one or more people.
Overnight Shelter Arrangements (if an overnight experience): Tent Camping is you choose multi-day
Rates: From $119 for one or from $178 for two. *All inclusive private outing.
Local Knowledge & Certifications/Training
When Link Neimark isn’t on a ski slope, you will most likely find him in Kootenai National Forest with a climbing harness. Safety is a top priority for the company. He is certified by the American Mountain Guide Association (AMGA), Professional Climbing Guides Institute (PCGI) and Boy Scouts of America. Link is the founder and head instructor at Rock Climb Montana, which is based in Whitefish, Montana. He has 16 years of experience as a professional climbing instructor and caters to all ages and abilities. In fact, some of his youngest climbers are under the age of five while others are in their mid-seventies. Before Link became a ski and rock climbing instructor, however, he worked in Alaska as a fish and game biologist.
Rock Climb Montana operates under a US Forest Service permit, and instructors teach the ‘Leave No Trace’ ethic.
While the business mostly caters to families visiting Glacier National Park, it also provides climbing instruction for Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, and the Whitefish Parks and Recreation youth summer programs.