Welcum to to Guangzhou Hash House Harriers

Guangzhou’s favorite drinking club with a (trail) running problem. Cum and join us for a nice stroll through the hills surrounding Guangzhou. Open to all not afraid of sweat, mud, humour and beer and capable of a 10km walk, hike or run through hilly terrain. No registration needed, just join in time at the A point mentioned below. We are not a company, active help and participation of all required.

Onon!

Meet us (nearly) every Saturday at 1 PM at the Gold Mango bar

Next Hash

  • Run #1602: ‘The Bent End Hash’

    Ladies and ‘gentlemen’ of the Guangzhou Hash, as you know this weeks hares are two of the more refined and sophisticated members of GZH3 – their trail, however, is not!  Ladies – are you sick and tired of having to deal with a drunk, floppy, unable to perform boyfriend on a Saturday night?  Fear not, for this week the hares have found enough treasures on trail to have you fully satisfied before you reach the beer stop so that you won’t even notice how inept your BF is becoming, although it may make you question why you are with him in the first place.  
     
    Hares: Womb Raider and Pooper Scooper
    When: Saturday, July 11th, 1:00pm meet, 1:30pm OnOn
    Where: Mango Bar, Taojin Metro Line 5 Exit B
    Cost: 130RMB adults, 65RMB kids, 0 babies
    Bring: TORCH!!! Swim wear, shiggy socks, mosquito repellent, change of clothes, virgin

Other activities

We also have a monthly Full Moon Hash, as well as a Friday, the 13th Hash and a Halloween Hash. We try  to hashvertise the details a few days prior to the run. No update yet? Try sending an e-mail for the latest info.

Directions

The Gold Mango Bar is opposite of the Garden Hotel on Huanshi Dong Lu 361.

By subway: Taojin Station, line 5, exit B. Walk 100 meters down the road. The Gold Mango Bar is at the foot of the flyover.

By taxi:  我要去环市东路361号(花园酒店对面)

email: gzhash@gmail.com

 

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Disclaimer: China and hashing can be dangerous activities. The organizers of the Guangzhou Hash accept no liability for anything that happens before, during or after the Hash.