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We have been without a haberdasher for a while now. Missing Link discovered a thing called ‘printing on demand’ for shirts and other garments. Your very personal design in an series of one. Learn from the experience and try for yourself (there are logos available for Amsterdam, Wageningen, FILTH and first attempts logos for Brabant as well). Step by step instructions on HashHouseHarriers.nl

Looks like we are getting good beer for our website, so we are changing to www.AH3.nl, All e-mail addresses change accordingly.
And we are having new business cards printed.

Next Run

We have a run every 1st and 3rd (and 5th is there is one) Sunday of the month. There is Wageningen (2nd Sunday) and Brabant (4th Sunday) as well.

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No Hashing in the coming months

Apart from all sorts of irregular specialsAmsterdam – 1st and 3rd Sundays/month Brabant H3 – 4th Weekend/monthFILTH – on Full Moon (every 29.53 days)The Hague – Sundays (Winter) and Wednesdays (Summer)Wageningen – 2nd Sunday/monthRotterdam irregular (third Thursday/month)

Regular Dutch Specials
All depending on Corona of course

Amsterdam – Spooky Hash
Amsterdam – Lights + Erwtensoep
The Hague – Robby Burns
Brabant – Tilburg Carnaval
The Hague – KingsDay
Brabant  Kermis-Hash-Sunday
Amsterdam – Gay for a Day
FILTH – Boaty McBoat

About Us


Amsterdam Hash House Harriers (AH3) is one of the nearly 2,000 hash ‘kennels’ around the world. Hope you’re not disappointed, but ‘hashing’ has nothing to do with Amsterdam’s infamous “coffeeshops.” We are with non-drinkers and walkers always welcome. If combining running and socializing with people who don’t take themselves too seriously and exploring different parts of the city or countryside sounds like fun to you, please join us on an upcoming run.


The hash started in 1938 in Kuala Lumpur when a group of British expats converted a children’s game called Hares and Hounds into an adult running game, otherwise known as a paper chase (if you are Dutch, think speurtocht). After running, they would eat and drink at their local ‘Hash House’. In other words, their purpose was to build up a good thirst, and then to satisfy it. You can read the history of the hash at http://harrier.net/presskit/history


The rules of the hash are simple: there are none. The hares set the trail at a location of their choice, either a few hours or the day before (a dead lay) or just a few minutes before the hash starts (a live lay). The pack tries to follow the trail, solving the various checks (intersections where the trail could go in many directions) along the way and often stopping for a drink stop part way through. The hares use various markings on the trail to direct the pack where to go, most often using chalk or flour. 


AH3 welcomes runners of all abilities. A runner’ trail tends to be 7-10K long, but it is not a race, it is a game. Slower runners have frequent opportunities for breaks as the faster runners solve the checks, or you can switch to the walkers trail whenever you want. We also welcome walkers. Some hares lay proper walkers’ trails with checks for them to solve as well, while others offer maps with a shortcut to the drink stop.


A hash trail is like a treasure hunt for beer as there will always be beer and snacks at the On-In, the end point of the trail. There will also be a circle, a ceremony where we sing hash songs (not for those easily offended) to thank the hares, welcome visitors and recognize craziness on trail.


we also like to host themed runs with costumes several times per year as well as an occasional weekend long event. It’s all about getting outside and having fun!