COVID 19 Updates

4/1/2020: To ensure the safety of our community we are in the process developing plans for all of our programs to run safe.  At this time only a few will open and this will be through day to day, week to week decision making. Our staff will also be working remote but checking messages on a regular basis.

5/1/2020: Our other activities are currently on hold until further notice.  We hope 2021 will bring us new beginnings and more fun activities! We will post updates as well as contact our volunteers and participants after we have a plan in place.  If you have questions or need more information, please give us a call at 454-1449.



Adaptive climbing is both physically and psychologically beneficial and requires not only movement and strength but also courage and planning.  Program provided through the Hi-Line Climbing Center.

  • Bouldering Basics: Bouldering is a form of rock climbing on shorter walls with no ropes and no harnesses; but with big pads underneath to provide a safer landing. This is a small group that is learning the fundamentals of climbing techniques, meeting new friends and getting physically stronger. (8 yrs old and up)
  • Learn the Ropes: This form of rock climbing is with ropes to help assist the climber. The climber may be using the climbing holds on the walls and/or the ropes to ascend. (8 yrs old and up)
  • Level Up (VO-V2): After mastering the Bouldering Basics class, this is the next level. This is a small group with a coach to help the climber work through bouldering problems. This group has the possibility to compete in bouldering competitions around the state of Montana. (12 yrs old and up)
  • One-on-One: This class is for those that may not be ready for a group setting. This is catered individually to the climber and their needs. (6 yrs old and up)


For more information contact our Climbing Coordinator:



  • Ages 8 and up
  • Must be ambulatory
  • Have controlled behavior – ability to consistently follow directions.
  • Cost: $10 per class


  • Ages 16 and up.
  • Attend Eagle Mount Climbing Volunteer Training.
  • You will be helping and assisting climbers to learn the basics of bouldering in a safe environment with skilled professionals.  You will be helping to teach/assist basic spotting, planning a climb and achieving it.
  • Must wear clothes that are comfortable to move around in.  Feel free to bring a water bottle.  Climbing shoes will be provided.  A Hi-Line Liability waiver must be signed before being able to volunteer in this program.

Fun Days with UP

Different activities planned with University of Providence (UP). UP students will lead these activities at their facilities.

For more information contact our Fun Days Coordinators:

Heather Martin: [email protected]
Ronni Halko: [email protected]


  • Ages 15 and up.
  • Cost: $10 per day


  • UP Student Lead
  • Act as mentor, socialize and assist with activities.

Thunder Soccer

Montana Rush Thunder soccer program is a community based recreational program specifically designed to help athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities participate in soccer. The emphasis of the program is on development, training, and providing a rewarding experience rather than on competition, enabling individuals to improve their fitness and enhance their self-esteem.

For more information contact our Soccer Coordinator:

Jill Van Son:  [email protected]


  • Ages 4 and up
  • You must register through Eagle Mount – 454-1449
  • New participants to Eagle Mount must fill out a participant application.



Our Rafting and Pontoon activities present the opportunity to enjoy a summer’s day on the Missouri River.

For more information contact our Coordinators:

Pontoon:  Heather Martin – [email protected]

Rafting: T.B.A.


  • Ages 8 and up.
  • Must be able to wear a life jacket.
  • The ability to sit independently for extended periods of time.
  • No fear of water and have controlled behavior.


  • Ages 16 and up.
  • Attend Eagle Mount Rafting Volunteer Training.
  • The ability to lift 50 lbs. (rafting volunteers need to be able to row a large raft).
  • Must be able to wear a life jacket.