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Cowboy Heaven Consulting, LLC
6116 Walker Road
Bozeman, MT 59715
406-587-9563
1-877-613-0404
advice@cowboyhvn.com

 

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Guided Alpine, Rock, and Ice Climbing

Whether you just want to check rock climbing out for the first time, or work on your physical and mental abilities to lead that first 5.11 sport route,  you won't find a better guide/instruction service than this one.  The owner is the author of two guidebooks to Montana climbing, and his operation is tailored to all abilities.  This one is a great way to add some real adventure to your vacation, and throw some variety into a fly-fishing or other more conventional vacation.  A day spent climbing very well could be the highlight of your Montana trip, and you might just decide to spend a week at it next time!
Rock climbing instruction ranges from beginner classes where you can seeThe Last Frontier  5.12c  The Needles what it's all about, intermediates who learn to second 5.6 to 5.9 with experienced leaders, and advanced classes where you learn the art of leading at the "sharp end of the rope".   Short trips take place near Bozeman, and full-day adventures explore little-known venues in the Castle Mountains, Humbug Spires, and Madison Range.
Alpine climbing courses range from one-day beginner courses that teach the basics needed to safely travel over easy Alpine terrain of both rock and snow, and include route finding, a snow school, and other basics that will enable you to climb smartly and efficiently.Northeast gully of Crazy Peak  The intermediate Alpine course is an overnighter to a gorgeous mountain lake.  From there you embark on a 8-11 pitch climb involving 45-50 degree snow and up to 5.7 rock, and work on refining techniques with an emphasis on efficiency and safety.   Advanced classes are multi-day expeditions tailored to your specific objectives & desires.  If you dream about 1,500 foot AI3 climbs, five pitch 5.9 climbs to the top of dazzling spires, or long mixed routes of snow, ice and rock, but are hesitant, then you might think about one of these courses.
For the real hard-cores, ice climbing instruction is also available.Big Sky Ice  The owner wrote the book "Big Sky Ice", and a lot of current ice climbing techniques were pioneered by him and his group of cronies right here in southwest Montana.  Beginner to advanced courses are offered along with guided climbs of some of North America's best classics.

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