While we love the summer tour around Mont Blanc, we’ve decided to put a new spin on an old classic, opening up more exciting opportunities to our guests.
Planning a trail running trip to Zermatt, Switzerland? Run the Alps created a handy guide to Zermatt so you can enjoy our favorite places in this iconic valley.
I hadn’t been running much during Europe’s sweltering 2022 summer, and so I liked the looks of the UTMB Wildstrubel® Wild 25 course. It was the shortest distance of the options 110, 70, 50 kilometers.
All told, 2022 was a remarkable year for Run the Alps. We had great trips, guests, and adventures.
Looking back on all of it, we gathered the stories, films, and tours that you enjoyed most.
We’re celebrating trail running in the Alps with a mini online film festival.
Run the Alps polled our guides, staff, and trail running friends, about their top Courmayeur picks to create this useful guide specifically for trail runners.
Writer Johanna Flashman gets a sense of what it’s like running with a Run the Alps group and has a chance to speak with guests about their experiences in France and Italy.
Our staff and guides at Run the Alps had a blast this summer, and we’re glad to hear our guests did too. We want to share some of our favorite photos gathered from our staff, guides and guests, as well as a few comments from the amazing guests who joined us and made our 2022 trips extra special.
Run the Alps photographer, Sam Hill, captured the lesser seen side of UTMB Mont-Blanc®: Quiet moments away from cheering crowds, and the aftermath in Chamonix.
While small in size, races like Argentrail have everything you would find at a bigger event: a giant blow-up start line, a well-marked route with stocked aid stations, photographers and crowds cheering along the route, and wrapped up with an award ceremony and prizes.