Basically a hash consists of three main parts: The Run. One or two hashers mark a trail before the hash, or lay the trail as "live hares" running ahead of the pack with only a short head start. At a given signal, the rest of the hash set off in pursuit of the trail. The Circle. At trail's end hashers gather to drink beer. The Circle can last a couple of minutes or half the night depending on the level of the hash. The On-On. Some hashes suspend drinking for awhile to consume food provided by the hare(s), others repair to a nearby restaurant or pub.
An on-line resource for Hash House Harriers, providing an international HHH community bulletin board, worldwide upcoming event information and registration forms, downloadable event calendar, US contacts, hash cookbook, links to world contacts, product and service information, links to related web pages.
Harrier International Online
General information about the Hash House Harriers, including useful links, a glossary of hash terms and information about international hashes.
Resource for hash primer, songs, name tags, media kit, and related links. Also includes special section on hashing in Colorado.
World Hash Links
Links globetrotting Hashers need to locate a run, including links to regional Hash indices, global Hash information sources, maps, and e-mail.
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