Southwest Montana holds a wealth of access to all varieties of climbing. From the endless sea of boulders of the Boulder Batholith, to the alpine peaks of the Absaroka Range, there is more than a lifetime of adventure to be had on rock, ice, and alpine climbs.

SMCC is not a Board of Directors or a mystical entity that swoops in to fix problems.  It is YOU, acting as a member of a coalition of conscientious climbers. That coalition’s mission to secure, protect, and improve access to the climbing resources of Southwest Montana.

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Putting the (Climbing and Skiing) Public in Public Lands Event May 23rd at MAP Brewing in Bozeman

Join SMCC, along with Patagonia ambassador Anne Gilbert Chase on Thursday, May 23rd from 5-8pm at MAP Brewing in Bozeman, to learn how climbers and skiers can protect the public lands they love. Right now, we’re at an important moment in time for the Custer Gallatin National Forest (home to Hyalite Canyon, the Beartooth Mountains, … Continue reading Putting the (Climbing and Skiing) Public in Public Lands Event May 23rd at MAP Brewing in Bozeman

Hardware Replacement Program

The mission of SMCC is to secure, protect, and maintain climbing resources. To achieve such objectives, this all-volunteer organization encourages responsible stewardship for those that use the land, trails, and rock in southwest Montana. On the behalf of all climbers, SMCC volunteers negotiate with landowners, work with government land managers, and build and improve climbing trails.  … Continue reading Hardware Replacement Program

9th Annual Butte Bouldering Bash Oct. 13

The 9th Annual Butte Bouldering Bash Benefiting the Southwest Montana Climbers Coalition Presented by: The American Alpine Club (Montana Section) October 13th 2018 The Trailer Boulders Butte, Montana COME OUT AND ENJOY: – Bouldering in Superbia, The Druthers & Trailer Boulders 350+ problems – Bouldering Competition Registration starts at 8am Competition from 10am-4pm – Raffle … Continue reading 9th Annual Butte Bouldering Bash Oct. 13

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