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Hash House Harriers (abbreviated to HHH, H3, or referred to simply as Hashing) is an international group of non-competitive running, social and drinking clubs. An event organized by a club is known as a Hash or Hash Run, with participants calling themselves Hashers or Hares and Hounds. At a Hash, one or more members (Hares) lay a trail, which is then followed by the remainder of the group (the Pack or Hounds). The trail periodically ends at a "check" and the pack must find where it begins again; often the trail includes false trails, short cuts, dead ends,back checks and splits. These features are designed to keep the pack together regardless of fitness level or running speed, as front-runners are forced to slow down to find the "true" trail, allowing stragglers to catch up.

For information regarding the jHavelina H3 or Mr. Happy's Hash and calendar events please visit us at www.Tucsonhash.com

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Mr. Happy's Hash

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We're a drinking club with a running problem. This is a placeholder event so newbies can find us. We usually have 10-40+ people at events but since everyone shows up regularly no one RSVP's on meetup. All the real details are at tucsonhash.com Hashing is based on an old game call hares and hounds, where the hare leads the trail and the hounds follow the trail, trying to snare the hare. Hashing's "based on" because we do this but with beer and debauchery. There are no rules, only guidelines. More information can be found wherever you find such things, like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_House_Harriers Mr. Happy's hash is every Wednesday starting at 7:00pm. This is a pickup hash so we roll for hare (you don't have to but it's encouraged). Since trails are not planned, they are A to A and vary in length. Walkers and runners are welcome. Tell us the internet made you come.

jHavelina Hash

Needs a location

We're a drinking club with a running problem. This is a placeholder event so newbies can find us. We usually have 10-40+ people at events but since everyone shows up regularly no one RSVP's on meetup. All the real details are at http://www.tucsonhash.com Hashing is based on an old game call hares and hounds, where the hare leads the trail and the hounds follow the trail, trying to snare the hare. Hashing's "based on" because we do this but with beer and debauchery. There are no rules, only guidelines. More information can be found wherever you find such things, like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_House_Harriers The jHavelina hash is every Saturday from 5:00pm - ~8:00pm during the summer. Trails are typically split between walkers and runners with the goal of everyone finishing together. Trails are usually A to B or A to A' and something like 4-6 miles. Tell us the internet made you come.

Mr. Happy's Hash

Needs a location

We're a drinking club with a running problem. This is a placeholder event so newbies can find us. We usually have 10-40+ people at events but since everyone shows up regularly no one RSVP's on meetup. All the real details are at tucsonhash.com Hashing is based on an old game call hares and hounds, where the hare leads the trail and the hounds follow the trail, trying to snare the hare. Hashing's "based on" because we do this but with beer and debauchery. There are no rules, only guidelines. More information can be found wherever you find such things, like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_House_Harriers Mr. Happy's hash is every Wednesday starting at 7:00pm. This is a pickup hash so we roll for hare (you don't have to but it's encouraged). Since trails are not planned, they are A to A and vary in length. Walkers and runners are welcome. Tell us the internet made you come.

jHavelina Hash

Needs a location

We're a drinking club with a running problem. This is a placeholder event so newbies can find us. We usually have 10-40+ people at events but since everyone shows up regularly no one RSVP's on meetup. All the real details are at http://www.tucsonhash.com Hashing is based on an old game call hares and hounds, where the hare leads the trail and the hounds follow the trail, trying to snare the hare. Hashing's "based on" because we do this but with beer and debauchery. There are no rules, only guidelines. More information can be found wherever you find such things, like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_House_Harriers The jHavelina hash is every Saturday from 5:00pm - ~8:00pm during the summer. Trails are typically split between walkers and runners with the goal of everyone finishing together. Trails are usually A to B or A to A' and something like 4-6 miles. Tell us the internet made you come.

Past events (839)

Honey Badger Hash

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