New to Hashing? The Hash House Harriers are a group of loosely affiliated running (and drinking) groups around the world. A group of Hashers ‘the hounds’ follow a trail set by a fellow Hasher ‘the hare’ who has run the trail earlier leaving marks in flour or chalk so the hounds know where to run. The running is not taken terribly seriously and there are enough false trails, check backs and other ticks to keep the speedy front runners looking for the right trail while the slow and steady runners and the walkers catch up... [more]



HZH3 Hash #137 – “The Big Tea Fields 大茶田 and Big Trees 大树 Run”

Hello again HZH3 Hashers and those who want to be,

Whether you’re a runner 跑步者, a jogger 慢跑者 or a walker 走步/爬山者, come along and hit the convoluted roads and twisting forest trails while chasing the “hares” through the tea fields and over the hills around Hangzhou with us. 都欢迎大家!

HZH3 Hash #137 Location!!!

HZH3 Hash #135 Trails

Shanghai Taiping Hash visit to Hangzhou

Here are the details of HZH3 Hash #137 – “The Big Tea Fields 大茶田 and Big Trees 大树 Run”: 

This course is guaranteed (?) 95% suitable for cross-country baby strollers (click for image)!!!

中文 Chinese 豆瓣 (Douban) link:   http://www.douban.com/event/21348170/

Date 活动日期: Saturday, 19 Apr 2014 – 周六, 2014年4月19日

Time 见面时间: Meet 见面时间 at 14:30 (2.30pm) – Hash run/walk starts 出发时间 at 15:00 (3pm) sharp!

Start Location 出发地点: We will start the #137 HZH3 Hash at Shi Wei Xian Farmhouse Restaurant  (食为鲜酒家) at 205 MaoJiaBu (茅家埠205号) near the S-E corner of the intersection of MeiLing North Road and the JiQing Shan Tunnel entrance (在 梅灵北路 和 吉庆山隧道进口 交界口的东南方向). Google Map (click link – It’s at the “P” in the middle) and Baidu Map 百度地图 (click link 食为鲜)

Hares: Sweet FA & H.E.I.D.E.

Cost 费用: 20RMB – Covers: run/walk, beer and snacks. 包括: 跑步/爬山,啤酒,小吃.

Bus 交通: Bus info will be posted soon! 等一会儿!!! But, why not beat the traffic jams and ride a bike?

After the #137 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award down downs (beer provided 免费啤酒) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the Bash (dinner 晚餐). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost. 注意:晚餐是另一个费用.

You can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

See the Receding Hareline page for initial details on future events. 看我们未来的活动.

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

HZH3 Hash #135 Circle

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/
HZH3 Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2463557978/
HZH3 Twitter:  https://twitter.com/HZH3
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Run #136 REHASHED – Mike’s Spring Sprung Run

Hey there Hashers!

Wow! Once again it looks like I missed out on a lot of fun by being out of town for HZH3 Hash #136 which started and finished at Vineyard Cafe.

Over 30 people joined Hangzhou Hash #136! I hear that there were about 25 Hash Virgins too! That’s a lot of introductions!!!  I hope you all enjoyed coming on your first Hangzhou Hash. We hope it’s not the last time you come!  ;)

Looking at the photos (See the Gallery on the HZH3 website), there’s no doubt that people were having a great time on the Hash trails and at the Circle. Congratulations to all those first timers especially! Do I see that veteran Hangzhou Hasher, Phone Box, made another trip from Shanghai to join this Hash too? Great stuff!  :)

Does anyone have photos of the Circle and the Bash (dinner)? Please send them to our HZH3 Mismanagement Email. See below. Cheers!

Congratulations also to the Hares! First timer Just “Mike” and his partner Hare in crime, H.E.I.D.E.. By all reports it was a great Hash trail with something for everyone. However, the Hares were guilty of setting a check point on a tomb! Major faux pas!! Especially on Tomb Sweeping Day!!! Fortunately this was rectified by the awarding of Downs Downs to both Hares.  :)

Here are some words from the Hares, our HZH3 GM, H.E.I.D.E., and Just “Mike” rehashing about the HZH3 Hash #136:

Just “Mike”: The hares assigned for Run 136 were H.E.I.D.E. and Just “Mike.” Both of them spent weeks seeking out the perfect trails, and sacrificed much blood and tears to make it possible. They actually started setting the course on Friday night at Amigos and G+, and didn’t realize they weren’t actually marking a trail until 4:30 in the morning. Luckily, they realized their errors in time, and decided to regroup and try again. Early Saturday morning, they reconvened at Vineyard, penniless and armed only with flour, chalk, and a rubber chicken. The course was set in about 2 and a half hours, and shortly thereafter, the drinking, eating, running, and reveling commenced. We had the largest showing of Harriers so far, mostly virgins, numbering around 35. At 3 PM, the group started out, split into 2, or 3, or 4? groups. The runners quickly took a lead, followed by the walkers. We’re not sure what happened to the other group, actually (“girl in the hat,” we hope you made it home safe).

The weather was perfect, the scenery was breathtaking, the trails were challenging. Qing Ming Festival was in full swing, and Harriers dodged I.P.’s as they ran/walked/stumbled through the hills of the Hangzhou West Lake Scenic Area. After the run, “down downs” were awarded for exceptional contribution to the spirit of event, and the numerous virgins were properly welcomed to the organization. Afterward, the revelry continued at Vineyard late into the night, completing a great day with great people.

H.E.I.D.E.:  Instructions during pre-briefing were very clear (A-to-A run / stay together / etc) . Even mentioned that the reason why we take a group picture is to know who didn’t make it to the finish…. don’t expect any accidents or other sort of things. Unfortunately some people didn’t make it back. 2 Spanish people (rugby people who hashed before). Some Chinese girls wearing hats… Run was set with start and finish from Vineyard. Trail went to the ridge nearby. We climped that ridge twice…. On the way we saw various graves (Tomp Sweeping Day) and paid our respect (or at least tried)…. One check was accidently set on top of grave site. Down Down to hares awarded afterwards. The circle was conducted in harmony whereby all virgins (estimated 25) introduced themselves. A few down downs with the tools used out of our toolbox. Bash followed at Vineyard inide by about 12 people. The new official Hangzhou Hash Patch was introduced and sold for RMB 10 each to most virgins as a memory. 

Mike & Kimberly were AWESOME and helped with all mis-management jobs. The Hangzhou Patch was introduced and sold for RMB 10 each to most virgins as a memory.

We hope you’ll join us for more fun on and off the trails on HZH3 Hash #137 “The Big Tea Fields and Big Trees Run” on Sat, 19 April. Meet at 2.30pm. See location and other full details soon. The location will be a little bit further away from civilisation (about 2 kms south of Amigo Bar), but not far away from beer…  ;)

On! On!

Sweet FA

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement

Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh [DOT] org
Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2463557978/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/HZH3

Coming soon – Weibo and WeChat…???

 

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Run #136 – Mike’s Spring Sprung Run

Hello again HZH3 Hashers and those who want to be,

Whether you’re a runner, a jogger or a walker, come along and hit the convoluted roads and twisting forest trails while chasing the “hares” through the tea fields and over the hills around Hangzhou with us.

Here are the details of HZH3 Hash #136 – Mike’s Spring Sprung Run: 

中文 Chinese 豆瓣 (Douban) link:  http://www.douban.com/event/21193364/

Date: Saturday, 5 Apr 2014

Time: Meet at 14:30 (2.30pm) – Hash run/walk starts at 15:00 (3pm) sharp!

Start Location: We will start the #136 HZH3 Hash at Vineyard Cafe, Bar and Restaurant (味雅咖啡) at 173 Yugu Road (玉古路173号) near the N-W corner of the Yellow Dragon Stadium (黄龙体育中心靠西北 HuangLong TiYu ZhongXin Kao XiBei). Vineyard Cafe,  Bar and Restaurant website and Google Map (click link)

Hares: Just “Mike” & H.E.I.D.E.

Cost: 20RMB – run/walk, beer and snacks

Bus: Catch buses to Yugu Road just outside Vineyard (20m walk) OR to the TianMuShan Road near YuGu Road / XueYuan Road Bus Stops  OR to theZhejiang university  Yuquan campus Bus Station on YuGu Road at ZheDa Road (500m walk).

After the #136 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award down downs (beer provided) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the Bash (dinner). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost.

You can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

See the Receding Hareline page for initial details on future events.

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/
HZH3 Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2463557978/
HZH3 Twitter:  https://twitter.com/HZH3
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Run #135 – The “Hola Amigos” Run REHASHED

HZH3 Hash #135 rehashed

First, thanks to all last weekend’s HZH3 Hash #135 participants! Although I wasn’t able to be there, looking at the pictures, it was great to see such good participation on our second new generation Hash. I guess it was a pretty easy decision to head outdoors on such a beautiful Hangzhou day though!  :)

It looks like there were lots of Hash virgins (We like Hash virgins, of course, and, by the way, congratulations on popping your Hash cherries! See you next time!), and it was very good to see many people from the first new Hash a few weeks ago coming back for this second installment. It was also fantastic to see one of the past HZH3 veterans there too. Welcome back, Sheep Shagger;)

Here are some words from our HZH3 GM, H.E.I.D.E., rehashing about the HZH3 Hash #135:

The hares assigned for Run 135 were H.E.I.D.E. and Roomboy. Both of them had to wake exceptionally early on a Saturday morning to set the run though the hills and parks nearby AMIGO. That task was completed in approximately 3 hours. Thereafter, the pack of about 20 people gathered for an enjoyable afternoon of running, walking and socializing at the Terrace of AMIGO.  
The run started at 3pm sharp. Soon afterwards 3 groups were formed. A running group was formed all eager to finish first. A walking group was created that didn’t care about any of that and decided to enjoy the beautiful environment.  The third group lead by a famed Scotsman decided to stay at AMIGO’s and continue drinking instead.   
After the run a few “down down’s” were awarded to the various persons who contributed in an exceptional manner. The On On Bash at a local restaurant nearby completed a most enjoyable day spent among like-minded individuals.

 

Finally, a big HZH3 thank you to Logan and the staff from Amigo Bar and Restaurant for all his help and support for the HZH3 #135 Hangzhou Hash. We look forward to returning to Amigo Bar again soon!

HZH3 Hash #135 Photos (22): https://plus.google.com/photos/107957162966260073626/albums/5995789626637543777

NOTE: A big thanks to Triple-X and Just “Lana” for the photos. If you have any other HZH3 Hash #135 photos you’d like to share with us, then please email them to our Mismanagement email address. I’ll add them to the album. Thanks!!!

***Post-Hash – Time to relax and chat with fellow Hangzhou Hashers

***Fantastic views along the hilly forest trails

***Scenic forest trails secluded away from the hustle and bustle of the city

On! On!

Sweet FA

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement

HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh [DOT] org

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Run #135 – The “Hola Amigos” Run

Hello again HZH3 Hashers and those who want to be,

After our very successful restart Hash #134 on Sat, 22 Feb, the HZH3 Mismanagement have put their heads together and worked out (quite) firm dates for Hashes #135, #136 and #137. See the Receding Hareline page for initial details on the latter 2 of those and other future events. This is changed from the previous Receding Hareline info.

Whether you’re a runner, a jogger or a walker, come along and hit the convoluted roads and twisting forest trails while chasing the “hares” through the tea fields and over the hills around Hangzhou with us.

Here are the details of HZH3 Hash #135 – The “Hola Amigos” Run: 

中文 Chinese 豆瓣 (Douban) link:  http://www.douban.com/event/21008441/

Date: Saturday, 22 Mar 2014

Time: Meet at 14:30 (2.30pm) – Hash run/walk starts at 15:00 (3pm) sharp!

Start Location: We will start the #135 HZH3 Hash at Amigo Bar and Restaurant (雅谷酒吧) at 8 Yugu Road (玉古路8号) near the Hangzhou Botanic Gardens (靠近杭州植物园 ZhiWuYuan). Amigo Bar and Restaurant website and Google Map (click link)

Hares: H.E.I.D.E. & Roomboy

Cost: 20RMB – run/walk, beer and snacks

Bus: Catch buses to the Zhejiang University Yuquan campus on Yugu Road at Zheda Road (500m walk) OR to the Botanic Gardens gate on Yugu Road (100m walk) OR to the Yuquan Bus Station on Yuquan and Lingyin Roads (500m walk).

After the #135 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award down downs (beer provided) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the Bash (dinner). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost.

From this event on, you can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/
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Run #134 – The HZH3 Is Back “Bigger, Longer And Uncut” Run REHASHED

Dear Friends,

I’m very pleased to tell you that the first HZH3 Hangzhou Hash in 3+ years went very well. Excellently, even. Furthermore, the trail was wondeful and clearly marked and it was applauded by all… I should know, since I was one of the hares along with HEIDE.

HZH3 Run #134 had 19 starters including one returnee from the HZH3 of 4 years ago, Phonebox, who came to Hangzhou from Shanghai especially for this restart Hash. About half of the group were Hash Virgins.

For this HZH3 restart run starting at Maya Bar (a famous old haunt of the old HZH3 of old), we took the 19 Hashers up and down hill sides via twisty paved and unpaved trails; alongside small, ‘blink and you miss them’ tea fields; through subterranean caverns (also known as under road pedestrian tunnels); in misty bamboo forests (or was that just camera shake?); along bustling front alleys and not bustling back alleys; and finally through a top 5 (or 3, depending on who you ask) (very picturesque) university campus before returning to Maya Bar.

Out of the 19 starters, the hares were very pleased that only one person failed to reached the finish (FYI, he reported in from his 5 star hotel room about 1 hour after everyone else had finished). Also, through no fault of the hares, Triple X and Gasbag, who arrived just as the pack was leaving, managed to miss the perfectly visible first mark just around the corner from Maya Bar. They caught up with the pack at the bottom of the first hill.

The first Circle of the HZH3 in the new era was well administered by the experienced (but not quite decrepit) pair of RA Roomboy and GM HEIDE, who both awarded a number of well earned Down Downs. “Just Elaine” did an outstanding job as ‘Beer Bitch’ in her Virgin Hash. First time HZH3 Hasher (but 8 time Beijing Hasher) “Just Andy” distinguished himself by awarding some astute Down Downs and, in turn, being awarded a devious Down Down himself.

More than half the group stayed on for the HZH3 Hash #134 Bash, which was held at another old haunt of the bygone HZH3, FengDu Restaurant, which is still next door to Maya Bar.

See more photos here:  https://plus.google.com/photos/107957162966260073626/albums/5985451614658293745

We hope you’ll join us for more fun on and off the trails on HZH3 Hash #135 “The “Hola Amigos” Run” on Sat, 22 March. Meet at Amigo Bar at 2.30pm. See full details soon.

On! On!

Sweet FA

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/

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29 Mar 2014 – Moganshan Trail Run

Hi HZH3 Hashers and Friends,

In case you haven’t heard about this Moganshan Trail Run Series by “Transition Events”, I thought I’d pass it on. See details below.

I know some Shanghai Taiping and Drunken Dragon Hashers are going to do it.

Apparently, the 29 March run will be “the first of 4 trail runs in North Zhejiang”. I don’t think dates or places for the next 3 runs have been released yet. Although, the last should be back at Moganshan, where Transition Events seems to be based.

Cheers,

Sweet FA

Moganshan near Hangzhou

 

http://transition-events.com/events/29-march-mgs-trail-run/

https://www.facebook.com/events/456766384451067/

http://transition-events.com/

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Transition Events Trail Series

Stage 1 – Moganshan Trail Run

The first event takes place Saturday 29th March. The points race is 21km, however there are 3 x 7km relays for those that want a challenging shorter run.

Moganshan’s bamboo forests provide hilly trails, tracks, villages and streams to run through, and we aim to keep you off-road for 80% of the route!

More info and entry here

http://transition-events.com/events/29-march-mgs-trail-run/

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Run #134 – The HZH3 Is Back “Bigger, Longer And Uncut” Run

Dear Hangzhou Hashers and Friends,

The all new 2014 Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HZH3) Hash schedule begins very soon! Yes folks, after more than 3 years without an active Hash the Hangzhou kennel is soon to be restarted, revived, renewed, rejuvenated and … errr … rebirthed (?) and you’re invited to this special, once in a generation occasion!

Welcome to all “old” Hangzhou Hashers and new Hangzhou Hashers too. Also very welcome are visitors from other Hash kennels. And, of course, Hash “virgins” are especially welcome!  ;)

Whether you’re a runner, a jogger or a walker, come along and hit the convoluted roads and twisting forest trails while chasing the “hares” through the tea fields and over the hills around Hangzhou with us.

Here are the details of the first new HZH3 Hash run since late in 2010: 

Date: Saturday, 22 Feb 2014

Time: Meet at 14:30 (2.30pm) – Hash run/walk starts at 15:00 (3pm) sharp!

Start Location: We will start the #134 HZH3 Hash at Maya Bar (马雅酒吧) on ShuGuang Road (曙光路) opposite QiuShi Road (求是路口). Maya Bar website and Google Map (click link). Maya Bar has a lot of history for the HZH3, so it’s the ideal start point for our HZH3 restart Hash #134. Smart Hashers might be able to guess where the end point will be too…  ;)

Hares: H.E.I.D.E. & Sweet FA

Cost: 20RMB – run/walk, beer and snacks

Bus: K194 (from Binjiang) to Zheda FuZhong bus stop (浙大附中站) on ShuGuang Road. + 100′s of other buses…

After the #134 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award down downs (beer provided) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the big HZH3 restart Bash (dinner). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost.

From this event on, you can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

Read more about hashing and HZH3 here: About (click link).

See dates for future HZH3 Hashes and other Hash events in China and elsewhere here: Receding Hareline (click link).

See photos of past HZH3 Hash runs/walks and other events here: Gallery (click link).

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
GM – H.E.I.D.E.  / Rogier
VP – Roomboy / John
Asst – “Elaine” / Elaine – We’ll have to do something about that hash name in 2 or 3 hashes time!  ;)
Asst – Sweet FA / TimF
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/
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Visit to Hangzhou by the Shanghai Taiping Hash on Sat, 18 Jan Rehashed

There were 7 Hangzhou HZH3 members in attendence, including one baby who did the Hash walk strapped to his daddy’s chest. Plus about 30 runners and walkers from Shanghai. Hangzhou Hash members participating were: H.E.I.D.E., plus Mrs Heide and Baby Heide, Triple-X, “Elaine”, “Eva” and yours truly Sweet FA.

There was, of course, a perfect Hash trail laid by the hares from Shanghai (Stick Massage and Math Factor). In fact, as a measure of how good a trail was set, and of the synchronicity of Shanghai Taiping Hash runners, one Shanghai Taiping Hash runner even made it to HOME before the hares…

The trail began in the 6 Harmonies Pagoda carpark, then went up and down steep and not steep hills and through winding paths and forested trails, then entered and exited secretive mountain valley tea fields, and finally ended up at a superb NongJia Cai Guan Farmer’s Restaurant) just a few hundred metres west of the 9 Creeks track bus station.

Oh, and the Shanghai Taiping Hashers had a great and problem free bus trip to Hangzhou too. And, by “great and problem free”, I do of course mean they encountered endless roadblocks and traffic jams and it took them 5 hours!!! So, instead of the hares setting off at 1pm, it was actually after 3pm.

Luckily, everyone (Hash walkers (including 2 Hash babies) and Hash runners/joggers and several Hash virgins) made it HOME by late dusk and a fine circle and Bash ensued.

See photos here (click link).

Thanks to Witch’s Tit (Jen, visiting from Idaho, USA) and Elaine for most of the photos!

Join us for the next official Hash run/walk on Sat, 22 Feb 2014. It will be the first homegrown HZH3 Hash event in about 3 years… We’re back!!!!

On! On!

Sweet FA

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement
HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org
HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/

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Visit to Hangzhou by the Shanghai Taiping Hash on Sat, 18 Jan

UPDATE: See photos and a short report of the event here (click link). In summary, it was a great Hash and a fine circle and Bash. On! On!

Hey Folks,

The HZH3 board has been quiet for a LONG time, but stay tuned because some BIG news for the HZH3 is just around the corner! Prepare for more regular On Ons! and Down downs! than Hangzhou has seen in many a moon!   ;)

Anyhoo, for now, I’m just posting a quick message about a visit to Hangzhou by the Shanghai Taiping Hash this Saturday (18 Jan 2014). Yes, you’re right, it’s pretty late notice, but I just heard about it this morning too.

TIME: The meeting time will be 12.30/12.45pm this Saturday (18 Jan) afternoon. The hares set off at 1pm, so make sure you arrive before then. It can be very crowded with traffic on your way there going south of West Lake and along the river on Zhijiang Road, so make sure you allow for that!

PLACE: The start meeting point is in the carpark below the Six Harmonies Pagoda (六和塔 LiuHe Ta) which is down on Zhijiang Road near the Qiantang River.

See this Google Map link for the location of the start point:  http://goo.gl/maps/GT9M6

COSTS: The Shanghai Taiping Hash is charging 200rmb for Shanghainese participants, but they’ve said we can join them for 50rmb for the Hash or 100rmb for the Hash plus the Bash (the dinner and drinks – Confirm Bash booking by email. See below! The Bash should be finished by or before 7.30pm.). The Bash will actually be just about 1 or 2 kms away from the start point as the crow flies, but many twisty trails and hilly ascents and descents as the runner/walker travels… i.e. about 10kms for runners/joggers.

WHO: This Hash is open to both Runners/Joggers and also Walkers. The walkers will have a shorter, slightly less scenic route.

BRING: Water and a full change of warm clothes (including shoes and socks) for after the run/jog/walk.  The Shanghai guys and girls will allow us to store a bag on their bus.

So, that’s about it, for now…

Finally, they need to book seats/tables for the Bash dinner, so if you plan to go to the Bash, please let us (HZH3) know today or tomorrow. See our Email address below.

On! On!

Sweet FA + HZH3 Mismanagement

HZH3 Email:  mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh.org

HZH3 Website:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org

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