Run Wild Missoula

BOP Activities

Weekly BOP Run-Walks


Are you an avid runner looking to get friends and family involved in your sport? Or, are you (or someone you know), new to running and want to learn all about it? Or, have you fallen off the running wagon and need some accountability and motivation to get you back in the groove?

Tuesday: BOP Run- Walk at 5:30 PM; meet behind Runner’s Edge
Coordinator: Kaya McCutcheon

Thursday: BOP Run- Walk at 5:30 PM; meet in the Currents parking lot at McCormick Park
Coordinator: Kaya McCutcheon




Monthly BOP Socials

Run Wild Missoula organizes Back of the Pack socials on the third Sunday of every month at varying times. We make every effort to schedule these events around RWM and Runner’s Edge races, and other major running and community events. Because that challenge peaks in May and June, we will not be holding BOP socials these months. We encourage you to enjoy the wealth of running opportunities and social settings for hanging out with buddies this time of year.


BOP Run-Walk Socials are held at locations around Missoula, and occasionally in surrounding communities – from Frenchtown to Bonner to Stevensville. Socials are based at parks, restaurants/breweries, or members’ homes. Most socials are potlucks and easy run/walk routes of 2-4 miles are identified for each event.


Here are our upcoming BOP Socials:

  • TheNovember BOP Social + Walk/Run will be on Sunday, November 20th at Great Burn Brewing. For more information, click here.
New to the BOP?  Claim your free buff by attending a social.
*We are excited that the outdoor picnic season is showing up now and then.  Let’s hope for a lovely day while remembering that runners go out under all conditions.

Do you have questions or need more information? Email Back of the Pack Leader, Pam Gardiner


Please review RWM’s Rules of the Run Policy here

"I started walking last year for health reasons and joined the walking training group. I enjoyed the structure and camaraderie we had while walking. The group gave me the confidence and encouragement to accomplish three half marathons."

– Rolf T.