Off-Campus Missoula Contractors



Whitewater Rafting

Get up, Get out, Go Rafting!

Learn to Raft with Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures! LCTA been providing the Fundamentals of Whitewater rafting for 20 years. This is a 4-day working river trip on the Salmon River of No Return through the heart of the Frank Church Wilderness. This multi-day wilderness river trip  can be taken as a University of Montana class through the Health & Human Performance Department, Course Name: ACT 176.

Contact us:

Phone: Wayne or Gia at 406-728-7609

Learn more about our company: www.trailadventures.com

Student Data Form – ACT 176

Toll-free      1-800-366-6246

Local                    406-728-7609

Web            www.trailadventures.com

912 E. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59807 • (406) 728-7609 •

Toll free: 1-800-366-6246 • http://learntoraft.com/ 





YMCA

(406) 721-YMCA (9622) | 3000 S. Russell St. Missoula MT 59801
Website: http://www.ymcamissoula.org

YMCA Fitness Classes
A wide variety of fitness classes are offered to choose from. These classes are taught to provide a safe and effective workout. All classes include warm-up, cardiovascular conditioning, cool-down, and stretch. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Appropriate dress.

YMCA Aquacize
For swimmers of all levels. Each class includes a warm-up, cardio session, cool-down, toning session, and stretch. Floatation belts, noodle, kickboards, and dumbbells are used in combination with water resistance to provide a great workout. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Goggles recommended.



Montana Snowbowl

1700 Snow Bowl Rd  Missoula, Mt 59801
(406) 549-9777

45 minute drive from UM campus. A shuttle bus leaves the University 1 hour before class.
Website: http://www.montanasnowbowl.com

An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes.  

The classes include assessment of skills and goals, and students are assigned to appropriate group levels. H2PAC sections are graded Credit/No Credit.

Students may provide their own equipment or rentals are available from Snowbowl.  Rental fees are paid directly to Snowbowl, and cover all 6 on-snow classes.  Rental fees will be covered during the mandatory first class, and are separate from normal UM course tuition and fees.

What follows are basic guidelines on what clothes to wear. 

Base Layer

  1. Shirt
  2. Underwear
  3. Socks
Second Layer
  1. Fleece Jacket or Sweater
  2. Pants
  3. Boots
Finishing the Basics
  1. Beanie, Hat or Helmet
  2. Goggles
  3. Jacket
  4. Bindings
  5. Gloves

Beginning Alpine Skiing
For the first time skier and/or those who can link wedge turns on beginner runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes Class includes assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Intermediate Alpine Skiing
For those who are beginning parallel turns on beginner runs and/or parallel skiers on intermediate runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Advanced Alpine Skiing
For the confident parallel skier in all conditions skiing advanced terrain. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Beginning Snowboarding

For the first time snowboarder and/or those who can sideslip, traverse, and beginning to turn on beginner runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Intermediate Snowboarding
For those who can link turns on beginner runs and/or link turns on intermediate runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Advanced Snowboarding

For those comfortable riding advanced terrain in all conditions. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment or rentals are available at the mountain.

Beginning Telemarking
For the first time telemark skier and/or those who can link wedge turns on beginner runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment, rentals available at the mountain.

Intermediate Telemarking

For those who are beginning telemark turns on beginner runs and/or telemark skier on intermediate runs. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment, rentals available at the mountain.

Advanced Telemarking
For the confident telemark skier in all conditions skiing advanced terrain. An 8-week program comprised of 6 on-snow classes and 2 dry-land classes. Classes include assessment of skills and goals, and assignment to appropriate group level. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Provide own equipment, rentals available at the mountain.


Yoga Fitness Center

123 West Alder Street - Missoula, MT 59802 - (406) 728.6770

Open Yoga
This class is an introduction to yoga postures, mediation and the philosophy of yoga. Classic yoga postures are taught with modifications for stiffness and injury. The foundations of seated meditation are introduced as well as discussing the philosophy of yoga. Bare feet required. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Mats and other yoga props are provided.


The Women's Club Health and Fitness Center of Missoula

Telephone:  (406) 728-4410

FAX:  (406) 721-2429

2105 Bow St

Missoula, MT  59801

twc@thewomensclub.com

WCFC Aerobics

For women only. A variety of classes to choose from including: Conditioning Mix, Yoga, Low Impact & Step Combo, Level II Step, The Lift, Abdominals & Stretch, Step and Balls, & Cross-training. These classes are taught to provide a safe and effective workout for beginner to advanced levels. All classes include warm-up, cardiovascular conditioning, cool-down, and stretch. Graded Credit/No Credit. Equipment Needs: Appropriate dress.


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These ACTivity Classes are held at various off-campus locations throughout the Missoula area. Students provide own transportation. 


Students enrolling in courses taught at UM's Fitness and Recreation Center must present a Griz Card validating that the Campus Recreation Fee has been paid for that semester.