International Mountain Leader
I studied for a Master’s degree in sustainable development and then tried “real life” for a short time. But, I discovered that it wasn’t really for me. Since then, my partner, our cat and I have been living in the Chamonix Valley – and enjoying playing in the mountains as much as possible! I also like to squeeze in a couple of fell races each year on my trips back to the UK. The mud and the rain makes me really appreciate the sunshine when I get back to Chamonix!
When I moved to Chamonix I was trail running to improve my fitness for climbing. Soon, it grew into an obsession all of its own. I was hooked on the feeling of moving fast through the mountains without a heavy pack. Trail running is now a full time addiction; I race as much as possible and use running to explore new places. Highlights include a one-day ascent of Mont Blanc and exploring new trails in Peru and Bolivia.
I love seeing how amazed guests are at the views from my local trails. I love being able to share that with new people.
Grant Fulton, Run the Alps guide, racing the Ultra Trail Lago d’Orta, Italy.
Grant Fulton, Run the Alps Guide, on the summit of the Dent Blanche, Switzerland
Grant Fulton, Run the Alps guide, enjoying a beer after a long trek in Bolivia.
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Tim Tollefson in the Alps
Run the Alps is thrilled to be partnering with our friend and one of the world’s best-known trail runners, Tim Tollefson, for a unique and memorable trip!
Breezy Mornings Merino Beanie
Fact: We’re kind of picky about our beanies. Some are not thick enough, some are too thick. Some of us (no names, please) have big heads and find some big-name outdoors brands (no names, please) to have, well, not enough volume under the dome.