Northern New Territories Hash House Harriers
drunks commonly seen roaming the hills of Hong Kong at night
- What is it? A group who get together every Wednesday evening in the deepest New Territories of Hong Kong to run, jog or walk a pre-laid trail through villages, rivers, woods, shiggy and up and over the hillsides. The trail is followed by on-site refreshments, where wounds are licked, tales told and sinners punished for such crimes as running too fast, racing, falling over or short cutting. A cheap meal at a daipaidong may follow.
- Who is it? An array of nationalities of all known genders and ages. Dogs too.
- When is it? Every Wednesday at 7.30pm.
- Where is it? A different trail, a different location every week. The stamping ground covers from Castle Peak to Sha Tau Kok, From Mai Po to Sai Kung and everywhere in between.
- How do I find out about it? Check this blog. Directions to the next run are usually posted the previous weekend.
- What do I bring? A torch, a change of clothes, some cash and a sense of humour.
- How do I join? You don’t. Everybody is welcome. There are no membership or registration forms, and there are no rules!!!