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On On to one of the best Hash Chapters in the world: Hanoi Hash House Harriers.
If you have no clue what Hashing is, you might want to read something about it here: About hashing.  This website provides all information on both the Harriers and Harriettes chapters running around and in Hanoi.

  • An archive of run directions, going back to 2004
  • Hareline going back to 1996
  • searchable pictures that can be tagged if you register for it. wtf?

Vital Statistics

Started in: 1991 (Founded by: Terry 'Testicles' Tslikleas)
Total runs:  and counting!
Went on-line: 1998
Average pack:  (over the last 90 days)
Average pack (over the last 365 days)
Total runners: 
Total km ran ˜
Total runs by all
Different hares
Dinosaurs: (500 or more runs)
Paleozoics: Ratwalker
Hash Mascot Uncle Tho (RIP 24-12-2014)
Beer:  Saigon at the moment
Run fee: 

150,000 VND. First-timers on our Hash, add 50,000 VND but present included.
Children less than 5 years: free
First kid (12 and below) 50,000 VND. The rest 150,000 each, per family or group
Hashers who come with their own vehicles and their passengers: 100,000 VND

Available girls: Plenty
Hash Mariages Numerous



The Hanoi Hash  is a run / walk where old and young, quick and slow can do some exercise and sightseeing and have fun on a Saturday afternoon.
Participants call themselves the Hanoi Hash House Harriers. There is no membership, just show up on a Saturday.


The runs are set with dots of flour and are generally 1 1/2 to 2 hours. A beer stop and hash-holds are normally part of the run.


Most runs are set within one and a half hour drive from Hanoi. It is a great opportunity to see something of the country side and daily life in small Vietnamese villages.
A bus leaves from the corner of Hai Ba Trung and Ngo Quyen close to the American club. Check the run direction for exceptions.


Every Saturday. Run starts normally at 15:00. The bus leaves from our departure point (see above) at 13:30 sharp in those cases. Check the run direction for exceptions.

Runs are followed by an On On, an informal and sweaty dinner on-site or somewhere in Hanoi.


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