Miami Hash House Harriers Hare Information
Congratulations on deciding to hare a trail for Miami Hash House Harriers!
Please read the following information carefully
Please try to keep the trails to 3-5 miles on week nights, saving the longer runs for weekends or special events. We do this to allow enough time for circle and still make it to the “On-After” before the kitchen closes. When planning please confirm with the bar that you are bringing a large group. Also, ask about parking, special offers and kitchen hours. The suggested amount of hash cash is $2.00 to $3.00. However, if you are planning something special and need to ask for more hash cash, you should inform the pack in your announcement. You will need to bring to the hash – beer, water, ice, ice chests, flour, snacks, trash bags, some $1.00 bills (for change) and possibly toilet paper. When laying trail try to lead the pack and not lose them. We don’t want anyone missing the coolest parts of your trail. Make turns extremely obvious and avoid crossing dangerous traffic. Mark all changes in direction with a check or an arrow. Try your best to lay a trail that will keep the pack together as much as possible. Laying lots of checks and an occasional “False” will bunch everyone up nicely. Please scout your trail at least once in the evening at around the same time as the hash, ideally on the same day of the week. Gates may be locked or landmarks not as obvious if scouting during the day or on the weekend. It happens. Don’t forget we have a lot of walkers!!! Give them some clues or a trail map so they can find their way around without giving too much away to the runners. Please email the hare-raisers with the start location and directions one week ahead of time. In your description include information regarding the on-after location, the estimated length of trail, whether it’s Pet friendly, give it a Shiggy Factor 1-5 and state the amount of hash cash. Feel free to include anything else you think would make your trail successful. Thanks in advance, and remember to have fun!
Level 1 – Urban
Level 2 – Urban with mild off-road
Level 3 – Urban with moderate shiggy (no water)
Level 4 – Urban w/ significant shiggy (may include water)
Level 5 – Rural, expect heavy shiggy