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Cheshire Hash House Harriers

Welcome to Cheshire Hash House Harriers.

Hashing is a traditional form of multi-terrain running, enjoyed across the globe. It’s a great way of getting a group of mixed ability runners around a marked route – and all back to the pub at the same time!

Here in Cheshire, the Hash has a large following and includes all ages and abilities. We welcome new runners who simply enjoy an evening's run in good company, keeping fit and active, and often muddy!

Every Tuesday the Hash is set to start at 7:30 from a pub somewhere in Cheshire and uses a system of ‘checking’ at junctions or footpaths allows the more enthusiastic runners to cover more ground and the slower ones to catch their breath, until the correct route is found and the traditional cry of ‘On On’ is heard. In the months between September and April a torch is required

Some of our runners do 10K races, half and full marathons, Lakeland Trails and Ultras, but the Tuesday trail is organised to be inclusive with a main trail of 10K, a shorter route for the self-styled 'Dissidents' and a 5K walk for those injured or less active.

And all end up back at the pub for drinks and chips!(possibly)

Click ‘Runs’ to check out our next location.

Cheshire Hash Harriers started the pre-Christmas Tatton Yule Yomp multi-terrain race in 2009 round the beautiful NT property in Knutsford. The organisation has now been taken up by RunNorthWest. We wish it well.
The latest race produced £ 25000.00 and over all the years a total of over £ 200000.00 for local NW charities