One of the first things you'll notice in the Fitness and Recreation Center is the state-of-the-art climbing wall. Bouldering is available anytime the facility is open, and we offer top-rope (belay) climbing during specific hours when the wall is staffed. Classes and workshops are held through the Outdoor Program frequently at the wall so you can learn the basics or advance your skills.
The Fitness and Recreation Center (FRC) is located on the north end of campus, next to the Adams Center. Our facility offers a variety of cardio and weight machines, a functional training area, three group fitness classrooms, a squash court, seven raquetball/handball courts and three multipurpose courts for basketball, volleyball or badminton.
Housed withinin the northeast corner of the FRC, next to Washington-Grizzly Stadium, is the Outdoor Program, which offers skill classes and trips, outdoor gear rentals and a ski and bike workshop.
Located on South Avenue, our picturesque nine-hole course is perfect for beginners to experienced golfers alike. A driving range and chipping green offer a practice area for all abilities. In the off season, the golf course is a favorite place for cross-country skiing and sledding.
Lap swims, adult coached swims, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED certification lessons, inner tube water polo and recreational swim times are just a few of the activities at the Grizzly Pool. The pool is part of Campus Recreation membership, but it is also open to the public for a fee.
Riverbowl Fields are where some of the intramural sports teams play their games. These sports include flag football and softball. The Riverbowl Fields are available for rental. You must fill out a facility request form for available open times.
The Schreiber Gymnasium is another place where intramural sports teams play some of their games and Club Sports practice in winter. The gym is also available for rental. You must fill out a facility request form for available open times.
South Campus Fields are where sports such as ultimate frisbee, soccer, softball, rugby and lacrosse are played. The fields are available for rental to the University community only. You must fill out a facility request form for available open times.
University of Montana Campus Recreation is a member of NIRSA, the premier association of leaders in higher education who transform lives and inspire the development of healthy communities world-wide. It is also an advocate for the advancement of recreation, sport and wellness by providing educational and developmental opportunities, generating and sharing knowledge, and promoting networking and growth for members.