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Welcome to the Edinburgh Hash House Harriers Web Site.
We are a non-competitive fun running club of around 100 members. We run at a different location every Sunday at 11am within roughly a 40 mile radius in the countryside around Edinburgh. Runs are usually around 8km long and are followed by a pub lunch. Forthcoming runs are listed in the Hareline or by phoning the HOTLINE set up (usually by Tuesday) on 0131-557-2391.
New members or guests or visitors are always very welcome. For those not familiar with hashing a good description can be found in "What's Hashing". Suffice to say it is a great way to get some exercise, see parts of the Scottish Countryside you might otherwise never see and have a great deal of fun at the same time.
You do not need to be a good runner to hash (or that fit for that matter).
We have members of all ages, shapes and sizes, some walk the trail using sticks and some compete as tri-athletes elsewhere. A good run sees everyone completing the trail in about the same length of time.
Fashioned after ‘Paper Chase’, it is a fun, fair but non competitive Cross Country running to promote the sport, exercise and offer a social outlet. It’s simple to organise and easy to participate, requiring little besides enthusiasm. Truly democratic, it transcends race, rank and religion. The benefits are fitness, fellowship and fun, and there lie the secrets to its popularity. Its fun, Enjoy.
Edinburgh H3 was founded in February 1981 and has successfully hosted
The Commonwealth Hash in 1986 and UK Nash Hashes in 1989 and 2009.
Simply turn up on Sunday or contact any member of the Committee.
Or by filling in the form below We will be delighted to see you.
The organisers do not accept any responsibility for any loss, damage or injury, however caused, sustained by any participant in any event or associated activity. Participants expressly waive their right to pursue any of the above or any participants for any loss, damage or injury whilst taking part in these events or associated activities.
Dog owners personally accept full responsibility for any injury or damage, however caused, by their animals.