Welcome to the Glasgow Hash House Harriers
Glasgow Hash House Harriers (GH3) was founded on 26th August 1985 by Roger McIlroy. We are proud to have been the FIRST Scottish Hash to have a website!
Glasgow H3 have hosted many major events including UK Nash Hash 99 and The Commonweatlh Hash 2014. Both events were acclaimed by all who attended, and were considered "unqualified successes!"
This Web Site is updated regularly to include our next few run locations, any Hash social news or gossip, and details of any events GH3 intend to stage.
Checkout our FaceBook Group which is extremely active with run reports, photo's, and news of events.
What We Do
In normal times Glasgow Hash House Harriers runs every Monday Night throughout the year at 7.30pm from various pubs or places around the City, including some of the nearer satellite towns and parks. With restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic in place we are currently running at 7pm on Monday evenings in the local great outdoors. Social activities afterwards will depend on things like the weather, the proximity of a welcoming pub and the number of hashers present, and may involve a "Zoom" meeting back home.
We are a social jogging group, where running is considered optional! You do not need to be fit to do a trail with Glasgow. We have members of all ages, shapes and sizes. There is a very wide mix in the running ability of our members, so you should always find someone to crawl, stroll, walk, jog, or (even) run along with. New members or guests welcome at any time.
We are an active part of the Scottish, UK and World Hashing Scene, and regularly have joint runs with various other Hashes. Our members travel far and wide to UK, Euro and InterHash events.
Hashing, which has often ben described as a "drinking club with a running problem", originated in Kuala Lumpur before the second world war and has spread to hundreds of countries. Thousands of Hash kennels have sprung up literally all over the world. There are loads of web sites which will give you much more information, try some of the Hash Web Sites indicated below.