Grand Tour Runs

Grand Tour Runs

On Grand Tour Runs, you'll visit the top highlights of a city or region, all in the course of a single workout. Locations are broken into dynamic five minute stages that keep the views fresh and inspiring.

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Grand Tour Runs
  • American Southwest Run

    The American Southwest is a geological wonderland. Elegant natural arches, surreal hoodoos, and the Grand Canyon are featured in this running tour of four spectacular U.S. national parks.

  • American Southwest 2 Run

    Return to the crimson cliffs of the Southwest. Scale Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park in Utah, surf “The Wave” in Arizona, and go all-in, with a sprint down the fabulous Las Vegas Strip in Nevada.

  • Washington Run

    Washington State plays host to this mix of urban and nature runs. Sweat in the shadow of volcanic Mount St. Helens, then dodge farmers and fishmongers at Pike Place Market in Seattle.

  • Northern Rockies Run

    This run tours some of America’s most famous parks. Climb to a deserted fort atop the Black Hills of South Dakota, circle the jagged peaks of the Grand Tetons, and watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park.

  • Sierra Nevada Run

    Explore California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, home to the awe-inspiring domes and waterfalls of Yosemite National Park, and General Sherman, the world’s largest tree.

  • Trinity Mountains Run

    Remote mountain lakes, isolated beaches, magnificent Coastal redwoods, and herds of Roosevelt Elk await you on this tour of California’s northern wilderness. Travel into the Shasta-Trinity National Forest to see some of the Golden State’s hidden gems.

  • Chicago Run

    Explore the tall buildings and wide public parks of this Midwestern metropolis. From the sculpture gardens of Millennium Park, to the shores of Lake Michigan, to the shops that line the Magnificent Mile, the Windy City boasts spectacular sights.

  • Germany Run

    Run the Rhineland, from the thick forests of Thuringia to the Gothic spires of Nuremburg. This lively mix of urban and natural courses includes a jaunt past the waterfalls that decorate the Wimbachklamm gorge and a visit to Munich’s bustling plaza, Marienplatz, in the heart of Bavaria.

  • Northern Italy Run

    Northern Italy is rich with natural and cultural wonders, from the historic seaside towns of Cinque Terre to a “secret passage” through the alps, to the canal-side streets of the world’s most beautiful city.

  • Swiss Alps Run

    The Swiss Alps are home to ancient glaciers, rugged mountain sheep, and the mighty Matterhorn. Follow the River Aar out of the mountains, and into the Altstadt of Bern, where Gothic cathedrals cast shadows across electric light rails.

  • Sydney Run

    Sydney’s spectacular harbour and internationally renowned beaches highlight this high-speed tour of one of the world’s most runnable cities. Cross the Harbour Bridge, explore the Royal Botanical Garden, and follow the stunning cliff-side path from Bondi to Bronte beach.

  • Auckland and Wellington Run

    Run New Zealand’s two most prominent cities. Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, boasts a cosmopolitan vibe and picturesque skyline. Wellington is the Kiwi political and cultural capital, home to parliament and the national museum, Te Papa.

  • North Island, New Zealand Run

    Experience the high mountain peaks and deep volcanic valleys of New Zealand’s North Island. This run visits some of New Zealand’s most photographed natural wonders, including the sandstone arch at Cathedral Cove and the powerful white waters of Huka Falls.

  • South Island, New Zealand Run

    New Zealand’s South Island is an adventurer’s paradise. Trek through rainforests in search of towering limestone arches in Oparara Basin, climb to panoramic alpine vistas in the Fiordland, and discover the glacial Blue Pools in Mount Aspiring National Park.

  • Vancouver Run

    Vancouver, British Columbia is a fantastic place for running, with miles of well-maintained footpaths that connect the city’s urban core to its beaches and public parks. This run invites you to circle the Stanley Seawall and scale Cypress Mountain.

  • British Columbia Coast Run

    Beautiful Vancouver Island sets the stage for most of this run along Canada’s western coast. Visit British Columbia’s charming capital Victoria, before heading into the woods for a trip along Pacific Rim National Park’s legendary West Coast Trail.

  • British Columbia Rockies Run

    The Canadian Rockies have inspired adventure travelers for generations. This tour of British Columbia’s premiere parks shares the remarkable views atop high alpine trails, like Abbot Ridge in Glacier National Park and the Iceline Trail in Yoho National Park.

  • Alberta Rockies Run

    Canada’s Alberta province is home to extraordinary natural scenery, including the country’s first national park, Banff. This run will take you along the shore of turquoise Lake Louise and atop the sparkling ice of the Athabasca Glacier.

  • Santiago and Valparasio Run

    Visit a bustling capital and a colorful port in this two-city tour of Chile. In Santiago, see the presidential palace and climb to a castle on a hill. In Valparaíso, catch a vibrant funicular and climb painted staircases to sweeping seaside views. This version has no music, so you can use your ow...

  • Tierra del Fuego Run

    Run to the end of the world. Although Tierra del Fuego means “land of fire,” the island on South America’s southern tip is a chilly region of snowy peaks, chilly mountain lakes, and the icy waters of the Beagle Channel.

  • Argentine Patagonia Run

    Wild, windswept Patagonia offers jagged peaks, lush valleys, and pristine glaciers. This run explores the Argentine side of the Southern Andes, where Parque Nacional Los Glaciares protects two of Patagonia’s premiere sights: mighty Mount Fitz Roy and the beautiful Perito Moreno Glacier.

  • Chilean Patagonia Run

    Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Chile features some of the world's most spectacular landscapes. Visit pristine turquoise lakes, charismatic Andean peaks, and herds of lumbering guanaco, a wild llama-like species.

  • Costa Rica Run

    Costa Rica's lush jungles and remote beaches highlight this run through the heart of Central America. Cross suspension bridges for a view of the misty cloud forest canopy in Monteverde, then head west to run a picture-perfect beach in Manuel Antonio.

  • Panama Run

    Visit a lush tropical rainforest, a remote island paradise, Central America’s most impressive metropolis, and one of the world’s most famous engineering feats in this running tour of Panama. You’ll see the famous canal up close before heading into the jungle in search of Panama’s wild side.