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Hashing is a non competitive run oriented sport played world wide by over 100,000 people. It is a variant of a British children's game called Hounds and Hares. The "hare" defines the route by setting a series of marks thru city streets and parks attempting to misdirect the "hounds". It is sort of the thinking persons approach to running and has elements of a scavenger hunt and Fartlek running. There are dozens of web sites explaining it in detail, including ours at MinneapolisH3. We meet weekly at 2 PM on Sundays (Winter - 3 PM Summer) at various locations in the metro, and again at 7 PM on Thursdays.

Upcoming events (5)

Thursday Night Hash House Harriers (fun run)

Needs a location

See the Sunday hash for description of the 'game we play". If no post here, check minneapolish3.com of the Minneapolis Hash House Harriers page on facebook. (Extensive data about hashing world wide available with a google search.)

Fun run (or walk) 3 to 5 miles - will take about 90 minutes.

3 to 5 miles of hilarity, beer breaks, running, beer breaks and beer breaks. Adult version of a British children's game called "Hounds and Hares" played weekly by about 200,000 of us around the world.

Thursday Night Hash House Harriers (fun run)

Needs a location

See the Sunday hash for description of the 'game we play". If no post here, check minneapolish3.com of the Minneapolis Hash House Harriers page on facebook. (Extensive data about hashing world wide available with a google search.)

Fun run (or walk) 3 to 5 miles - will take about 90 minutes.

3 to 5 miles of hilarity, beer breaks, running, beer breaks and beer breaks. Adult version of a British children's game called "Hounds and Hares" played weekly by about 200,000 of us around the world.

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