Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

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Our next run is on Sunday 8th November 2020 at 8:00am

Six of one, half a dozen of anotherDaytimeR*n 741

Meet at Cinderbarrow picnic site, Yealand Redmayne.

Come and join us! There is no charge for your first run (usually £2 or £1 for a full moon r*n) and you don't need to be an olympic athlete. You can walk, jog or give it your all! Hashing is non competitive and is done 'just for fun'. Wear suitable clothing and footwear for muddy or wet conditions. We are currently r*nning under the 'Rule of 6' where groups of up to 6 set off at a time of their choosing during the day. Please observe all COVID laws and guidance and most of all, stay safe.

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This hash will have something for everyone. Except a circle. Except beer. There will be flour! And chalk!

There is no fixed start time, to allow small groups of no more than six to remain separate throughout. The trail will be ready to start from 10am. There are two Wimp/Rambo splits so you can mix and match as desired. There is also an Uber Wimp option after the half way point. This is not only shorter but also avoids a steep rocky section of trail.

The UW split occurs where the beer stop would have been. Bring your own refreshments. There is a convenient picnic bench to use, but you'll need something dry to sit on if it's a damp day.

Parking is in a small car park signposted as Cinderbarrow picnic site. There is a 2m high barrier at the entrance. Note that you will leave and return on the same bit of trail. Don't go round twice! (Unless you want to...)

If you can, please use WhatsApp to form groups and let us know who is on trail. Unless we change our minds on the day please do not kick out checks.

Zoom circle in the evening.

Our last 10 r*ns

740 Sunday 13 September 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
739 Sunday 23 August 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
738 Sunday 9 August 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
737 Sunday 26 July 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
736 Sunday 5 July 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
735 Sunday 22 March 2020 No write up has been submitted for this run No photos are available for this run No GPS tracks are available for this run
734 Monday 9 March 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run No GPS tracks are available for this run
733 Sunday 8 March 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
732 Sunday 23 February 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
731 Sunday 9 February 2020 A write up is available for this run Photos are available for this run GPS tracks are available for this run
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Recent photos from r*n 740

Our next 4 r*ns

741 Sun 8 Nov 2020 @8:00am Hares are allocated for this run Meeting location is set for this run On Inn not yet set for this run
742 Sun 22 Nov 2020 @8:00am Hares are allocated for this run Meeting location not yet set for this run On Inn not yet set for this run
743 Sun 13 Dec 2020 @8:00am Hares are required for this run Meeting location not yet set for this run On Inn not yet set for this run
744 Sun 27 Dec 2020 @8:00am Hares are required for this run Meeting location not yet set for this run On Inn not yet set for this run
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Latest Write Ups

740 Aughton: Sunday 13 September 2020
Submitted by Hard Astern at 9:52am on 1 October 2020

739 Bentham: Sunday 23 August 2020
Submitted by Lurch at 7:16pm on 1 September 2020

738 Dolphinholme: Sunday 9 August 2020
Submitted by Ready About at 11:43am on 10 August 2020

737 Sandside: Sunday 26 July 2020
Submitted by Forever Blowing at 3:31pm on 1 August 2020

736 Littledale: Sunday 5 July 2020
Submitted by Sir Tom Tom at 4:16pm on 5 July 2020

Latest Away Write Ups

Kiddie's tour of Europe prelube and Brussels 2014 Interhash
Submitted by Cyberseptic at 9:39pm on 10 August 2014

Nash Hash 2013 at Hook Court School near Beaminster, Dorset
Submitted by Cyberseptic at 1:43am on 31 August 2013

LVH3 at CH3's 200th r*n
Submitted by Cyberseptic at 8:06am on 3 January 2012

No More Cum Visits Mum in KL
Submitted by No More Cum at 11:56am on 4 May 2009

Solstice Hash On Tour 2008
Submitted by No More Cum at 12:28am on 1 January 2009

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Welcome to Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

Lune Valley H3 is a family hash and welcomes people of all ages and abilities. Hashing is non competitive and is a great way to stay fit, see some wonderful countryside and have fun. Come and join us and be assured a warm welcome!

We normally r*n in North Lancashire, South Cumbria and Southern Lake District at 11am on the second and fourth Sundays each month and at 7pm on the evening of a Full Moon.

Come and join us! Your first r*n is free, thereafter just £2 or £1 for a full moon r*n. Find out more about us and hashing in general.

Wears the Soap
Grand Master, Lune Valley Hash House Harriers

Welcome to the hash

What is Hashing?

A hash is loosely based on the traditional paper chase but using bio-degradable chalk and flour markings. One or more members (Hares) lay a trail, which is then followed by the remainder of the group (the Pack or Hounds). The trail often includes false trails, short cuts, dead ends 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.

There is usually a "beer stop" at some point during the r*n (we can't bring ourselves to actually write that word) where there will be water, soft drinks and beer. There may even be some biscuits to keep you going!

We name our splits "Rambo" and "Wimps". Generally, the rambo split is for people of a more athletic nature whilst the wimps is for those that want to take it easy. There's no shame either way - the only shame is not hashing in the first place!

We try very hard to support local brewing, local pubs and local food...

Lancaster Brewery Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery Bowland Brewery Dent Brewery Hawkshead Brewery Coniston Brewery Jennings Brewery Hesket Newmarket Brewery Thwaites Brewery
Some of the places we've run from: , Abbeystead, Allendale, Allithwaite, Alston, Ambleside, Arkholme, Arnside, Askham, Askrigg, Aughton, Aughton, Lancaster, Austwick, Barbon, Bardsea, Barnacre, Barnoldswick, Barrows Green, Barton, Bassentwaite, Beacon Fell, Beetham, Bellingham, Bentham, Bilsborrow, Blubberhouses, Bolton le Sands, Bolton-le-Sands, Boot, Botton-near-Wray, Bouth, Bowerham, Lancaster, Bowland Bridge, Bowness, Bowness on Windermere, Braithwaite, Brigsteer, Brock, Brookhouse, Broughton-in-Furness, Burneside, Burnley, Burton-in-Kendal, Burton-in-Lonsdale, Caldbeck, Calder Vale, Cark, Carnforth, Cartmel, Carvoeiro, Portugal, Casterton, Caton, Caton Green, Catterall, Chapel-le-Dale, Chipping, Churchtown, Clapham, Claughton, Cockerham, Cockermouth, Colne, Conder Green, Coniston, Crook, Crook O'Lune, Caton, Lancaster. LA2 9HR, Crooklands, Crosby Ravensworth, Cuddy Hill, Dacre Banks, Denny Beck, Dent, Docker, Kendal, Dolphinholme, Earby, Ellel, Elterwater, Eskdale, Eskdale Green, Falstone, Finsthwaite, Forton, Foxfield, Galgate, Gargrave, Garrigill, Garstang, Garth Row, Gatebeck, Giggleswick, Glasson Dock, Goosnargh, Grange over Sands, Grange-over-Sands, Great Eccleston, Grizedale Forest, Hale, Halton, Haltwhistle, Hampson, Hardraw, Harrogate, Haverthwaite, Haydon Bridge, Helsington, near Sizergh, Hesket Newmarket, Hest Bank, Heversham, Hexham, Heysham, High Bentham, High Newton, Holme, Hornby, Hubberholme, Hutton Roof, Ingleton, Inglewhite, Ings, Inskip, Ivah, Kendal, Keswick, Kettlewell, Killington, Kirby Moor, Kirkby Lonsdale, Kirkby Stephen, Lancaster, Lancaster University, Langcliffe, Langdon Beck, Leck, Levens, Lindale, Littledale, Lofthouse, Pateley Bridge, Low Bentham, Lowgill, Lowick Bridge, Lupton, Lyth, Mansergh, Melling, Middlesmoor, Pateley Bridge, Middleton, Milnthorpe, Morecambe, Nateby, Kirkby Stephen, Near Cartmel, near Keasden, near Lowgill, near Skipton, near Tebay, Nenthead, Alston, Nether Burrow, Newbiggin-in-Bishopdale, Newbiggin-on-Lune, Newby Bridge, Newton-in-Bowland, Ninebanks, nr Garstang, nr Ulverston, Oakenclough, Old Hutton, Orton, Otley, Over Kellet, Overton, Oxenholme, Pateley Bridge, Pilling, Porches, Portugal, Preesall, Priest Hutton, Quernmore, Ravenglass, Ravenstonedale, Ribblehead, Rocha Brava, Carvoeiro, Portugal, Roeburndale, Rosthwaite, Sandside, Scale Hill, Scorton, Scotforth, Seathwaite, Sedbergh, Sedgwick, Settle, Shap, Silverdale, Sizergh, Skipton, Slaidburn, Slyne, Slyne-with-Hest, Sowerby, Spark Bridge, St Michael's, Staveley, Staveley-in-Cartmell, Stonethwaite, Strawberry Bank, Tatham, Tebay, Teesdale, Tewitfield, Thoralby, Thornton-in-Lonsdale, Threlkeld, Thruscross, Thurnham, Todmorden, Tosside, Trelkeld, Troutbeck, Tunstall, Ulpha, Ulverston, Underbarrow, Wark, Warton, Wennington, Whitbarrow, Whittington, Windermere, Winmarleigh, Winster, Witherslack, Wray, Yealand Conyers, Yealand Redmayne