Fall Runs Around Bozeman

Fall Runs Around Bozeman

Lace up your running shoes, fall is full of fun runs! The autumn weather in Bozeman is perfect for getting out with friends; the temperatures cool and the colors start to pop. It’s hard to beat this kind of race course! There are numerous runs to choose from, many which support local causes, and some simply to just get out and have some community fun! 


EDGE Wellness Week


Sunday, September 23, 2018

This fun run is part of a 12-day health and fitness event, September 12-28. Sponsored by Bozeman Running Company and Lone Mountain Gymnastics this race ends with free Kombucha, sports massage, and local produce for sale. Afterward, everyone is invited to the Rialto Theater for free acupuncture and cupping. 


Run for the Roses


Saturday, September 29, 2018

Join the Alpha Omicron Pi fraternity in for their 22nd annual run to raise money toward a cure for arthritis. Over 50 million Americans are living with arthritis or related diseases, 300,000 of them children. Enjoy a light breakfast afterward with fellow runners!




Saturday, October 6, 2018

Bozeman Running Company sponsors this race at the East Main Recreation Area. Following the race, there will be live music, games, prizes, German-style food, and of course, a variety of Oktoberfest beers from local brewers!


Bozeman Color Me Fun


Saturday, October 6, 2018

You’ve probably never experienced being doused with colored powder as you wind through a run, but that’s exactly what happens as you pass through color stations along this fun run! The end of the race results in a celebration of color and all proceeds go to support elementary arts and fitness programs in Gallatin Valley. 


Run for Your Life

10K, 5K, and Kids Run

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Sponsored by The Help Center, this Halloween costume run helps support their work on suicide prevention and intervention. There are prizes for best costume—dogs included!


Huffing for Stuffing

5K, 10K, and Kids Run

Thursday, November 22, 2018

This quintessential Bozeman race is a community favorite and a great way to start the day. This year’s goal is 5,000 participants, with all proceeds going to support the Gallatin Valley Food Bank during the winter months when the need for help increases significantly. In 2017, $75,000 was raised to fight hunger and feed local families. 

For other Bozeman events, go to www.bozemancvb.com.


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