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Run no 32: Christmas Hash

As we risk not having anyone around to do a run on the 21st, we'll have our Christmas r*n on the 14th instead. 

BDR will set a most merry trail for runners and walkers. X-massy costume will be welcome ! A bag-car will be available near the station, follow the dots of flour.

How about a good fondue afterwards at the Café-du-midi, rue de Romont (near the station)?

The train from Bern leaves from 13:34. If you come by car, just make sure you there on time.

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  • Philippe G.

    4 runners and 4 walkers. That's more than I expected for a December run. And not a single rain drop.

    December 14, 2014

  • Armen & A.

    hey guys since I'm a beginner, I want to know many km long are you planing to run?
    thanks Anush

    December 12, 2014

    • Philippe G.

      Hi, I haven't quite decided yet, because it depends on weather and the number of runners. There will be short cuts. More importantly, this is pure Fun run, no competition, not even training level. It is usually between 10 to 13 km in about with a break, in about 2 hours. The fast runners end up running more distance because they do a lot of checking. This is effectively accessible to anyone used to jogging 5 km once in a while.

      December 12, 2014

    • HummingBird/Lorna

      What the guys have neglected to mention is that there are also points where we stop to find the trail, giving time for all the runners to regroup/catch up. If the run is too long for you, you can usually switch to walking after the drink stop. It's actually a good way to improve your running without making too much of an effort ;-)

      1 · December 12, 2014

  • peter

    Hey Anush,

    I can't answer for this hash, but there is always the choice of the walk if you don't feel like the run. Runs go up to 8km, even a bit more sometimes (eg in Summer) but in the winter and in town, it is likely to be a bit less. Oh, and whatever happens, we will not leave you to the vultures.. that only happens over in Bern ;-P


    December 12, 2014

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