Summer Courses

We offer a variety of educational experiences and adventures to help build a stronger climbing community.


2022 Course Dates:

June 17-19, 2022

August 19-21, 2022

September 9-11, 2022


2022 Exam Dates:

July 29 & 30, 2022

September 30 & October 1, 2022

Top Rope Anchor Construction

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Custom Dates Available at Daily Rates

If you aren’t ready to lead outside or want to get on harder routes, this course will help you learn to build top-rope anchors utilizing bolts or terrain. Tour venues where walking around is accepted practice, and take your climbing outside to explore the New England climbing landscape.

Learn to Lead: Outdoor Sport Climbing

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Custom Dates Available at Daily Rates

Leading sport climbs outside of the gym has some distinctly different risks and considerations. Seeking professional training will not only teach you to lead sport routes, but it will also provide background and context on how build and clean anchors, lead belay and access outdoor risks and common misconceptions. Increase the “Fun Factor”, get trained.

Learn to Lead: Traditional

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Custom Dates Available at Daily Rates

Looking to get into traditional climbing, or want a guide to check out your systems, this course is for you. Learn to place traditional gear (these things are not bolts), build anchors, transitions to lower/rappel, lead belay and more. Must have own rack to lead. Mock leading only on borrowed gear.

Self Rescue

1 Day Course
Custom Dates Available at Day Rates

Climbing involves risk. Risk that you may be high on a wall and have to get down. Learn the skills necessary to perform a rescue for you or others. These skills are not optional, climbers who know and practice these skills are better prepared for the unexpected.

1/2 Day Rock Climbing

1/2 the time, same amount of fun! For those looking to get a few pitches in a morning or afternoon.

Open Enrollment Top Rope Days

All Ages and Abilities & Equipment Included

Join an MMG guide for a day of Top-Roping fun (Equipment Included) at some of New England’s most picturesque and classic climbing areas. No experience necessary, a great way to try out the sport of rock climbing or meet new people.

8:30am-3pm: Meet at the climbing site. Directions provided at booking.

Destination Climbing

North Cascades


Beginning in Mid June, MMG begins its Pacific Northwest climbing season. Early season is particularly attractive to climbers from the northeast due to a wide variety of climbing styles available during this time of year. Climbing on the Glaciated peaks of the North West is a breathtaking experience that you will never forget.

Mt. Baker 3 Day Ascent: Taking reservations for 2022

Mt. Baker North Ridge Climb: Taking reservations for 2022

From Rock to Glaciers: 5 Day Comprehensive Mountaineering Course – Taking reservations for 2022

Custom private climbs: Alpine Objectives $500 a day, Rock Climbing $450 a day.

Acadia National Park


Less than a day’s drive from the Boston area, Acadia National Park provides some of the most scenic rock climbing this side of the Mississippi River. Seaside venues like the famous Otter Cliffs, or the beautiful longer routes on the Precipice offer impeccable granite rock climbs with ocean views. Comfortable camping in the park, or lodging in Bar Harbor provide close access to the climbing. These elements pair with cool ocean breezes  and come together to create the idyllic summer rock climbing vacation. Open to all ability levels