The AGANA Hash House Harriers (Guam, USA) formed in 1981. Over the past 30 years, the 'Mother Hash' of Micronesia, has colonized the Saipan, Palau, Pohnpei & Kosrae hashes. Most of our runs are A to B 'live' sets, with hares given a 10 minute head start.
We meet every Saturday at 4pm in front of the Pacific News Building in downtown Agana. As with all Guam Hashes, the AH3 is a 'mixed run' through the jungles, swamps, and mountains of Guam. F.N.G.s should bring gloves (to avoid sword grass cuts) and $6 to pay for refreshments.
In addition to the Agana H3, Guam is also home to the Full Moon Hash (guess when?), the Darkside Hash (when they want to), the Berserk Hash (not advisable), the Vaj Hash (women only), and the Guam Family Hash (child and dog friendly, please don't bring your stupid children to the AH3 :P). For more info on each check Guam Hash Clubs in the menu bar.
If you'd like more info on hashing in Guam, or have really poor judgement and would like to actually run with the AH3, please contact mismanagement first so you don't show up all unprepared and make us lose you in the jungle where we're certain to leave you for a few days to think about all the poor decisions you've made and how if you'd only brought water you wouldn't be so thirsty and how great it would be to have a headlamp cause, wow, this jungle is really dark and, oh shit what was that - a wild boar? or maybe one of those tree snakes they have? wait, does Guam have panthers? Why didn't I listen to all that shit the tyrant was telling me? And oooh-my-god my skin has been completely replaced by mosquitoes.
For more info contact Mismanagement. Or just use the map below and show up at 4pm on Saturday. Bring $6, a full camelbak and a waterproof headlamp. Wear clothes you don't like, tall socks or long pants and gloves.
AH3 trails are not kid or dog friendly.