ABOUT BEARTOOTH MOUNTAIN GUIDES
Whether it be a hike in the foothills, an alpine rock climb or an expedition to Granite Peak, it is our passion to share the mountain experience with you.
The Beartooth mountains are wild and remote.
Therefore, they offer some of the best terrain in the region for backcountry skiing, ice & rock climbing, mountaineering, and backpacking.
The Beartooth plateau is just outside of Yellowstone and creates a dramatic change in landscape.
Red Lodge and Cooke City are gateways for Yellowstone National Park and the Beartooth Mountains. Our office is just one hour South of Billings, one hour North of Cody, and 2.5 hours East of Bozeman.
Upcoming Trips and Courses
Starts Nov 52,832.50 US dollars
Starts Sep 81,035 US dollars
Starts Aug 241,100 US dollars
Beartooths Mountain Guides REVIEWS
“Great Guiding! Knowledgeable and experienced! They are the go to guides for any place in the Beartooths.”
Calvin P., Billings, MT
MEET OUR GUIDES
Aki grew up in the small town of Placerville, California. Early on, he was introduced to climbing & skiing in the Sierra Nevada foothills. At 17, he moved to Montana and started guiding... Read More
Anju Samuelson grew up in Berlin, Germany and lived in Turkey, Chile and the USA. She has been climbing for 8 years all over Europe, the US and South America. Her passion is to explore cultures through...
Austin has 15 years climbing, skiing, mountaineering and guiding in Montana, Wyoming and Washington with expedition experience in South America, Antarctica, Canada and Africa. He is a also...
+1 406 446 1407
Beartooth Mountain Guides
412 N. Broadway #8
P.O. Box 1985
Red Lodge, MT 59068
Where we are located
The Beartooth Mountains lie within the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, bordering the National Park, and create a dramatic change in landscape from the plains to the North and East.
Red Lodge and Cooke City are gateways for Yellowstone National Park and the Beartooths. Our Red Lodge office is just one hour Southwest of Billings, one hour North of Cody, and 2.5 hours East of Bozeman.