Trail Running Trips

What do you get with Alpine Running Guides?

Guided trail running can be an incredible alternative to the busy & crowded race environment - explore remote sections of the Montana wilderness!

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Experience the mountains safely & responsibly

You can enjoy focus on running, we will
focus on route finding, weather conditions,
and trail closures.

Transportation to and from trailhead

With Alpine Running Guides you don't have
to worry about a post-run shuttle, or finding
the correct dirt road. We do it for you!

Fully catered nutrition - and lunch

Our guides all carry extra nutrition, in case you
get the mid-run munchies. Plus, we finish all our trips
with a delicious lunch.

Photos from your epic adventure

We run in extraordinary places. You will leave our
trips with wonderful memories, and photos of
you on an epic trail run.

Alpine Running Guides Merch

Completing an ARG trail run is a big deal. We want you to be able to show off your accomplishment to your friends with our shirt and technical hats.

Quality Time with Friends New & Old

Trail running is wonderful. Friends make it special. Whether you join our trip with your best running buds or meet someone new, ARG trips are better shared.

Running on alpine trail

Epic Day!

"From pre-run prep to the final step, Forrest made this epic day one of my best memories. ARG kept us fueled and hydrated and also gave us ample time to look around and capture the amazing photo ops! After the trip I gained reassurance that I would be able to complete the distance had trained for... I highly recommended Alpine Running Guides - You will have a blast!

Colleen S

Missoula, MT
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Wild & Beautiful!

"Over the last 2 years I have been fortunate enough to go on a couple of running trips with ARG. Both trips were challenging, beautiful and a great way for me to visit places I wouldn’t venture to on my own. Forrest's expert experience in the backcountry and outdoors let to relax & enjoy our trip without any concerns that came with my inexperience in the wild."

Vicky M.

Missoula, MT