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4-day Castle Rock Spire Climb, Beartooth Mountains

Join one of our certified mountain guides and enjoy an exciting rock climbing and hiking excursion to Castle Rock Spire in the Beartooth Mountains in Montana!

Mountain RangeRockies
Duration4 days
Offer periodMay, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified


The stunning Castle Rock Spire is part of the the Beartooth Mountain range. It is the highest in Montana and as such, an amazing vantage point! On this 4-day Castle Rock Spire Climb you will get a chance to climb to its summit, as well as learn many new mountaineering skills!

During our 4-day tour we will explore the region as we approach our goal.  We will get a chance to enjoy the beautiful remote wilderness of the Beartooth mountains as we acquire new skills. We will learn rock climbing techniques, snow climbing and also work on GPS, maps, and other route planning skills. Finally, once we reach the spire we will tackle 3 pitches up the couloir of the spire, and then, 5 pitches of alpine rock climbing. 

Castle Rock Spire is a  Grade III, AI 2 5.7 climb. Consequently, you will need prior multi-pitch climbing experience and a good fitness level. Also, keep in mind that the weather conditions in the Beartooth Range are quite moody, and even during the summer, the night can be very cold. Of course, we will be there to help and guide you every step of the way.

Are you ready for a unique adventure in the Montana mountains? Then book your place now and join us on this exhilarating 4-day Castle Rock Spire climb in the Beartooth Range. 

Would you like to polish up your rock climbing skills? Then join us on one of our intermediate multi-pitch courses in Montana!





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