Cambridge Hash House Harriers

Welcome to the home page for the Cambridge Hash House Harriers.

Web hare

To cut a long story short, we are a drinking club with a running problem. If you think you would enjoy a non-competitive run around the local countryside, followed by a beer or two in a local hostelry afterwards, hashing may be for you.

The Cambridge hash meets every Sunday throughout the year, starting at 11am sharp, so to avoid being left behind arrive at about 10.45 am.

New runners and visitors are especially welcome, just turn up at the run venue at 10.45am. Please bring clean shoes to change into if it looks like shiggy weather. The run cost is £2 (GB pounds).

National lockdown: Rule of Thirty

Message from our GM

Circle - Start holding circles from 25 July - start and finish (at drinkstop or venue). Hares decide trail type - Jungle or traditional (Do not kick out checks on Jungle trails.)


Jungle Rules

On on!!

Cuming Runs

Click on the postcode for a location map of the pub/inn
If the pub has its own web site, clicking on its name will take you there.

In some cases an arrow may point to the actual pub or else random spot nearby! Larger or smaller scale maps can be viewed by using the "Zoom" button at the bottom of the map.


Run 2218 Jun 27th - Cock, Broom, SG18 9NA - Tel: 01767 314 411
Hare: Goldfinger
We have an area in the garden.
Run 2217 Jun 20th - Ashdon Windmill, Ashdon, CB10 2JA
Hare: Checkpoint
Ready by 10.30. The trail is 5.3 miles, but easily short cut-able. It will be Jungle runs laid in sawdust with some chalk.
Run 2216 Jun 13th - Plough, Coton, CB23 7PL - Tel: 01954 210 489
Hare: Jetstream and Unmentionable
Call to book a table for lunch. Park in overflow carpark, through the hedge. Garden tables 1st come 1st served.

How to Lay a Trail

Thanks to deliverence we now have a link to some instructions on how to lay a trail. Future Hares please check out How to Lay a Trail before setting out to rece the trail.

For the more cybeer orientated Hares there's a Map your run thingy which might help you ensure that your trail isn't too long - although an easier guide is to keep within four squares on the oS map!


For those who are interested in statistics, why not check out how many Runs everyone has done. This is now being updated regularly and may even be accurate. Please pass your thanks/abuse/complaints directly to Pedro who now compiles the Stats and keeps them up to date.

These pages are maintained by DaveTheRave and if you have half a mind to join us (that's more than enough),
please email Cambridge HHH