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Registration for the Dutch Nash Hash in October 2020 is open. The event is not advertised internationally yet to give you the opportunity to register first. Only 95 places available.

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Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month

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Apart from all sorts of irregular specials
Amsterdam – 1st and 3rd Sunday/month
FILTH – on Full Moon (every 29.53 days)
The Hague – Sunday (Winter)
Wageningen – 2nd Sunday/month
Rotterdam irregular

Our Specials




FaceBook is great for some casual display of photos, but we realize that not everybody likes FB or has an account. Therefore, the good quality stuff that really grasps the Spirit of Hashing are shown here, organized by year and carefully selected by our Lead Hash Flash Tuna Melt. Contact her if you have shareable moments you would like us to include. While there’s no download button, you can save any of the photos by right-clicking on them as you scroll through.

Don’t worry, these pages are not visible for ordinary decent mortals. If you are a wanker that has done a hash with us, you can register here and wait for some authoritarian wanker to grant you access. Watch your email inbox for further instructions. Tip: ask your browser to remember you and also save the password somewhere, as you will need that anytime you log-in on another device.

About Us

So, what the heck is the hash? It’s got nothing to do with coffee shops; it’s a world wide ‘Drinking Club with a Running Problem.’ It started back in 1938 in Kuala Lumpur, and has spread throughout the globe since then. The original club formed to do a paper chase run (if you’re Dutch, think speurtocht) followed by a session at their local club, nicknamed The Hash House. In other words, their purpose was to build up a good thirst, and then to satisfy it. You can read a more complete 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, either a few hours or the day before (a dead hare trail) or five or ten minutes before the hash starts (a live hare trail). The pack tries to follow the trial, solving the various challenges along the way and often stopping for a drink stop halfway through. The hares use various markings on the trail to tell the pack where to go, most often using chalk, flour or sawdust. 

If you want to run, you run. If you want to walk, you walk. If you want to crawl, you crawl. If you want to take public transport, you take public transport.in that case, you need to find out where the drink stop is though, asking the hare could work

Yes, we have seen hashers with bad knees that did not wish to miss out on the fun and joined the run on a bicycle. AND There are special events that may take a whole weekend of your precious time. But it is worth it.


WikiPediaSome History by WebFucker – A Drinkers’ Guide to Running the World on CNN – The methods, myths and mysteries of hashing in Washington Post – A Drinking Club with a Running Problem on PodiumRunner – www.TheHashHouse.org the Heritage Foundation –