COVID-19 Update

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings

After careful monitoring of the ever-evolving environment around COVID-19, Sage Mountain Center has regrettably suspended all Airbnb operations, tours, and retreats until further notice. Following guidance from local and national health organizations, we will re-evaluate the situation each month starting in June and post updates to this site. This decision has been proactively made for the safety and interest of … Read More

The Beauty of Cordwood Construction

Sage Mountain CenterEvents, Video

Chris Borton presented about “The Beauty of Cordwood Construction” at the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives’ Brown Bag Lunch series on March 27, 2019. A Cordwood building is the “other” kind of log home based on a centuries-old technique that is as easy and inexpensive for beginners as it is beautiful. With the look of artistic stone from a distance, cordwood … Read More

2019 Winter Yoga Course – Butte

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings, Yoga Class

2019 is just around the corner and I can feel the momentum building as you revisit your resolutions for better flexibility, strength, and peace of mind. Registration for our Butte 8-Week Winter Yoga Course is officially open. As most of you know, the course maxes out so please register ASAP to guarantee your space. This yoga course also makes a … Read More

Trails and Boulders Tours

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Projects

Buried beneath the surface of Sage Mountain Center is a foundation of granite and crystal. Above the earthen surface are magnificent rock formations of magical scale and form. These formations are part of the little known 75-million-year-old Boulder Batholith of North America. In order to make these boulder areas more accessible and highlight their beauty, we created a moderate two-mile … Read More

Brown Bag Lecture

Sage Mountain CenterEvents, Video

The Butte Archives recently requested Chris Borton speak about off-grid living at their Brown Bag event, a bi-weekly lecture series held at the Archives in Uptown Butte. Prior to the event, local news station KXLF interviewed Borton at Sage Mountain Center: 75 people attended the lecture. You can read a transcript of the video here.