Overnight / Multiday Climbs

Don’t forget the Portaledge! We may not have El Cap but sometimes the approach can take place of an on-the-wall experience. We’ve compiled a short list of climbs here. Always practice safe climbing techniques, never climb alone, wear a helmet.

  • Sheep Mountain

    130 Mi. Away

    Several mixed routes on high quality granite face and crack climbs. Camping available at the trailhead parking area.

    Difficulty: Medium
  • Humbug Spires

    139 Mi. Away

    Part of the Boulder Batholith with more than 50 granite spires along the west and southwest of the range, The… Difficulty: Medium

  • Homestake Pass

    141 Mi. Away

    Shorter climbs (40'-60') on developed crags with easy approaches and a good mixture of difficulty. Camping near Homestake Lake. The… Difficulty: Medium

  • Spire Rock

    142 Mi. Away

    Climbing for everyone. Sport, traditional, and mixed climbing on excellent granite from 30' to 100'. Climbing right at turnoff for… Difficulty: Medium

  • Beaver Creek: Refrigerator Canyon Area

    147 Mi. Away

    Semi-alpine climbing with easy approaches. Well protected limestone slab, pockets and cracks. Holds and edges can be sharp, expect to… Difficulty: Medium

  • Bozeman: Gallatin Canyon

    202 Mi. Away

    When referring to the climbing section of Gallatin Canyon this encompasses the area north of the "35 MPH Bridge" on… Difficulty: Medium

  • Lake Koocanusa

    204 Mi. Away

    With a fair number of 5.12s there also a number of moderate to easy climbs as well.  Most is bolted… Difficulty: Medium

  • Bozeman: Hyalite Canyon

    216 Mi. Away

    Hyalite Canyon Recreation Area is the most heavily visited recreation area in  Montana with three campgrounds and two day use… Difficulty: Medium