Rates and Info
We are proudly celebrating 47 years of climbing at Seneca Rocks and 34 years of teaching
rock climbing at Seneca.
Seneca Rocks Mountain Guides is the home
of the most experienced multi-pitch guides
in the Mid-Atlantic.
We teach the most comprehensive trad courses
in the Universe.
In addition, we are the only school that includes:
'Basecamp' is our beautiful campsite
by Seneca Creek
State of the art, purpose built
TRAD TRAINING CENTER
One-of-a-kind 40' rock cracks and rock walls so
when the weather turns bad, the learning continues!
A complete OUTDOOR KITCHEN
Our creekside deck and kitchen facilities are legendary...
a completely stocked, covered, outdoor kitchen for you to use and enjoy while climbing with SRMG
Our 2021 Rates
Trad Fundamentals? Learning to Lead? Self-Rescue Course? All of our courses and Private-Guiding
fall on the following price table.
Price Includes Free Camping & Complete Kitchen Facilities!
***A Deposit is Required to Make a Reservation***
Outside of 14 days, a $295 deposit is required to make a reservation.
Within 14 days of a reservation, payment in full is required.
Maximum group size is 3 people for multi-pitch climbing. Groups larger than 3 must split into smaller groups based on Monongahela National Forest requirements.
Big Wall Bivy Rates: Add $175 one person -
$300 two people to standard rate
Group Top Rope Climbing
Per Person Pricing - 4 Person Minimum
Full Day 9am to 5pm
All equipment included
Based on Monongahela National Forest requirements, large groups will be split into smaller groups at Seneca Rocks. We can, however, accommodate large groups at other high quality climbing areas nearby.
*Half Days are generally available weekdays only. Call for weekend availability.
*Payment in full is required when group reservations are made
(Per Person Pricing)
The SRMG cancellation policy is designed to protect our guides from lost work. Our guides are the most experienced and professional guides in the region, and last minute cancellations seriously impact their ability to succeed in a difficult industry.
Refund/Cancellation and Weather Policy:
Full Refunds or Reschedules are available up to 14 days prior to the start of a reservation. Beyond that point they are not.
If you contact us fourteen or more days before your reservation we will have no problem issuing a refund or rescheduling your trip. But, we hope you understand that inside that window we are unable to make up lost work for our guides and have by that point, turned down other potential reservations that we cannot get back. We strive to make the best customer service decisions possible but our guides deserve and need this strict policy. Thanks for your understanding.
We (SRMG) will offer to reschedule your trip if we cancel due to bad weather.
In rare situations when poor weather is obvious, we (SRMG) will offer to reschedule your trip. These trips may be rescheduled to any available date of the clients choosing within 6 months of the original scheduled date. Weather forecasts are not always reliable. We regularly go out with a chance of rain over 50 percent. Please, don't let the forecast discourage you. More times than not the forecast looks grim and it turns out to be a beautiful day of climbing. We understand the disappointment in traveling to Seneca with the hopes of climbing, for plans to be thwarted by storms. We will monitor the weather and contact you to discuss rescheduling at least by the day before your reservation.
We always run the first day of our multi-day courses regardless of weather.
If we have bad weather you are set! You may not know we have the one and only state-of-the-art indoor Trad training facility, with real rock anchoring walls and two 40' rock cracks --our facility is so awesome we were imitated! -"imitation is the greatest form of flattery" thank-you! In addition to our purpose built indoor Trad Training and Teaching facility, there are a number of overhanging areas at Seneca and Nelson Rocks that stay dry. There is a great deal that can be taught and learned in a thorough review of fundamentals during an SRMG ground school. It is always worth mentioning that the rock at Seneca dries very quickly, and a beautiful afternoon of climbing often follows a rainy morning.
If you inadvertently go out with the WRONG company well, we're pretty nice, understanding people so we would probably let it slide :)