Run Wild Missoula

Recurring Group Runs & Walks

 

Saturday Breakfast Run

Looking for a longer weekend group run? Join us every Saturday at 8:00 AM in the basement of Runner’s Edge. When you return, there are breakfast treats for everyone!  Routes available for 3-11 miles.

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Tuesday Track

Come run in circles with us! The Oval Office is for all running/walking abilities. Workouts change location and focus depending on the time of year.

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Wednesday Wild Miles

Looking for some weekday motivation? Join Run Wild Missoula for up to one hour of wild miles! The evening group runs will start and finish at the Mount Jumbo Lincoln Hills Trailhead (or Toole Park for the winter) at 6:00 PM and will be trail routes. Please note for the last Wednesday of the month, this group joins the Beer Run.

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Last Wednesday Beer Run

“5 Miles to Beer Thirty” – The monthly beer run is a casual fun run/walk open to all runners and all abilities. Each month a 3 and 5 mile route is offered at a different brewery location on the last Wednesday of the month (schedule below), and at the end is a social gathering with libations and food.

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BOP (Back of the Pack) Run-Walks

BOP SOCIAL

Third Sunday of the Month – BOP Social, Times & Locations vary.

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WEEKLY MEETUPS

Tuesday: BOP Run-Walk at 5:30 PM meeting behind Runner’s Edge (ON PAUSE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Thursday: BOP Run-Walk at 5:30 PM; meeting in the Currents parking lot at McCormick Park (ON PAUSE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

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"I have walked the 12K Bloomsday race in about 1 hour 40 minutes for many years. But at age 64 I had no idea that I could almost double that distance to complete a half marathon. Run Wild Missoula's 1/2 Marathon training group for walkers has made it possible for me to complete two of those events and look forward to my third coming up in fewer weeks than I can believe possible."

– Carolyn A.