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.

Southwest Montana Climbers Coalition is dedicated to securing, protecting, and improving rock, ice, and alpine climbing resources in Southwest Montana.

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 is to secure, protect, and improve access to the climbing resources of Southwest Montana.

Get involved today!

MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION HERE

SMCC is a Montana public charity and is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax deductible under section 170 of the code.

Recent Posts

SMCC’s Statement on the Use of Permanent Draws, Project Draws, and Other Auxiliary Materials Installed and/or Abandoned by Individual Users

SMCC discourages the use of all equipment and material that is auxiliary to the permanently affixed metal safety hardware, which includes: bolts, bolt hangers, and/or rappel and lower-off anchors.  Such equipment and material includes: “perma” or permanent draws; project draws; tat, or slings or cord used for temporary rappels; or other equipment or tools installed … Continue reading SMCC’s Statement on the Use of Permanent Draws, Project Draws, and Other Auxiliary Materials Installed and/or Abandoned by Individual Users

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

More Posts