There are hashers everywhere, here are a few of the other places you can look for trails. If you have a kennel that we’ve forgotten to include or were oblivious to, shoot us a message at email@example.com
“The BH3 hashes on Wednesday evenings during the spring and summer and Sunday afternoons during the fall and winter, the cost is $10. Check out the calendar for upcoming trail info. If you missed the start of the run or want to get in touch, call us at (617)499-4835 to get up-to-the-minute updates (maybe) or leave a message. We even tweet!”
“Boston Ballbuster Hardcore Hash House Harriers is a long-format trail kennel, primarily taking place in the Boston Metro area. Trails are a minimum of 6.9 miles, and may take place through any type of terrain / shiggy, without regard to proximity to a transit line. They occur once monthly, on the third Saturday of the month, unless specifically posted otherwise. (for special events, etc) Meet-up time is typically 1030HST, unless otherwise specified, with Hares away by 1100.
Cost is $1 per person, payable to the Hare(s), and a six-pack (or more!) of whatever beer you want to drink. Beermosas will be provided at the start, by the Hares, as will snacks along trail. You will be required to sit on the ice at the end of trail, regardless of season.”
The Connecticut River Valley New Trotters. These wankers don’t have a website, but they can be found on HashSpace and Facebook (this is the public page, there is a private group as well). They are based in Brattleboro, VT, and we tend to subsidize each other’s packs.
“We are located in Southern Saratoga County and currently run every 2-3 weeks throughout the year. We will sponsor runs anywhere within an hour of the Capital region and further, if it sparks interest.
Anyone interested in hashing and would like to try it – come on out! Your first run is on the hash (thats right free, gratis, no money, just your time, you won’t be disappointed)”
The Pink Taco Trotters (PT2H3) is a ladies-only Hash House Harriers kennel running trails out of Boston, MA. The regular runs for this kennel will be exclusively women only, however we will be inviting the boys to some of our annual events or special occasions (provided they dress in drag).
PooF trails are generally found throughout New England, and are laid once a month on a Saturday afternoon. See their site for more details.