Bern Hash House Harriers Run no. 648

  • May 15, 2013 · 7:00 PM
  • Romeo's Place

Before we get onto the info for this week's HHH - a very special event where the only survivor from the very first Bern HHH Trail will become six-tenths of a century old, just a quick note to urge you all to check out the up-coming MeetUps, especially the first anniversary of the Fribourg HHH on Sunday the 19th of May in Gruyere and then the up-coming Interlaken HHH event on the 1st of June!

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The "Romeo's Big Birthday BBQ" Hash

HARES: Romeo & Bare Feats

RUN TYPE: A to A

ON-IN: Chez Romeo

BAGS: Can be left at On-In

WHAT TO BRING: Something to grill & money for Hash Cash

RUNNING MOBILE:[masked]

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WORD FROM THE HARES:
In addition to the runners trail, there will be a nice walking trail for the athletically challenged.

HOW TO GET THERE:
By Public Transport:
From the Bern Bahnhof, take the orange (regional) RBS train S7 direction Bolligen/Worb. To get to the regional trains, go down the steps near the Treffpunkt by the big train departure sign. The recommended train leaves at 18:30. If you are running late, you can take the 18:45 but be dressed ready to go. After an 11 minute journey get off at Bolligen Bahnhof. Just next to the platform, take the number 46 bus marked "Habstetten". Your train ticket is also valid for this bus. After a 3 minute ride up the hill get off at the stop "Ruettlerweg" - this is the next stop after "Halen" (there is a stop-indicator in the bus). When there are open fields on the left hand side you are almost there. From the bus stop, walk 20 meters up the hill. Stockerenstrasse is on the right.
By Car:
From Bolligen Bahnhof, drive 1.5 km. up the hill direction Krauchtal. Stockerenstrasse is on the right, just after a bus stop shelter. There is plenty of parking in marked areas.

 

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  • Shawn / T.

    Hi Unal.
    Have you ever been to a meeting of the Hash House Harriers?
    We meet somewhere (someone's home, at a car park where someone has parked, the train station where there are lockers, or at a small restaurant where we can safely leave things). The group is made up of runners (who do not carry their packs with warmer clothing) and walkers (who sometimes carry their packs and sometimes not). So wherever we meet beforehand, it must be safe enough to leave valuables such as clothing, keys, iPods, etc. The Turnhalle is a bit too big for that.
    After we meet, we go out for a run/walk of 5-8 kms. We generally finish around 20:30 at which point we collect our packs and then stand around and drink beer during a type of awards ceremony (we do not purchase beer from a restaurant as that is too expensive).
    After the ceremony, most of us go to a restaurant for dinner afterwards.
    Thanks for your suggestion but I don't think it will work.
    Shawn/TailGate

    May 12, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I would like to suggest you to meet in the Turnhalle in Bern. http://www.turnhalle.ch/

    what do you think about this?

    May 10, 2013

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