Prefer to travel in a smaller group, with a partner, or with friends? Our self-guided tours are a great way to experience trail running in the Alps at your own pace. Dates are flexible, based on your needs. Trail running season in the Alps ranges from mid-June through September.
Run the Alps offers self-guided trail running trips in the following areas:
“La Vallée du Trail” is arguably the hottest spot in the world for trail running right now. Chamonix is home to some of the world’s most famous trail runners. The region has hundreds of kilometers of scenic single-track at the base of Mont Blanc, in case you’re interested!
Run the route of the iconic Tour du Mont Blanc, around the Mont Blanc massif, passing through France, Italy, and Switzerland. Stay in high mountain huts and beautiful hotels in quaint Alp villages.
Located in Switzerland’s Valais Alps, this valley is home to the world-famous Sierre-Zinal trail race. It has some of the Alps’ best single-track, connecting the villages of St-Luc, Grimentz, Chandolin, and Zinal.
Car-free Zermatt, at the base of the Matterhorn, is ringed by a variety of huts and lifts, making for a wide variety of trail running options—and nearly always with one of the world’s most famous peaks within view.
Switzerland’s Bernese Oberland is home to high pastures, picturesque villages like Mürren and Stechelberg, and the towering peaks of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Run village-to-village, with your bags transported for you.