Start: Rock Creek Park. Lucky number 13 picnic area Western Ridge Trail, Washington, DC 20015
Hare(s): Straight in the Navy, Princess Jizzmine, Special Red, and Ate Ball Cum Pocket
Theme: Autumn leaves with a Blue mOOn, perhaps wear favorite blue attire
Cost: $0.00 US (this is an iso-hash; buy yourself a six-pack to bring on trail or keep in your trick-or-treat bag for afterwards).
Trail info: A to A, Hares away – Long before you do trail, trail will be completed by about 12pm on Saturday; Pack away – Any time after the hares tell you that trail is marked; Length: Eagle- 7.25 Miles, Turkey- 6 Miles, Penguin – 3.5 Miles; Shiggy Rating: (1=None to 10=Jungle Bushwacking) Eagle – 5 (one water crossings, lots of hill climbing and minor shiggy), Turkey – 4 (lots of hill climbing and minor shiggy), Penguin – 3 (lots of hill climbing and minor shiggy); Dog Friendly: Eagle – really tough dogs only..this is a tough long trail, Turkey – yes, if strong dog, Penguin – all doggos welcome; Stroller Friendly: Eagle – No, Turkey – Maybe, Penguin – Yep
Metro Accessibility: Van Ness-UDC Metro Station, Red Line, 1.5 mile from start
Parking: There’s plenty of parking in the lot, and its free!!
Other Details: It is Halloween, but not only that if you look up in the sky at night you see that its another full moon. You know what that means, another Full mOOn H3 trail!! This month’s Full mOOn trail is hosted by Hangover Hash House Harriers. The year 2020 has been so lucky so far, so let’s keep that luck going. Details below: This is the second Full mOOn for October, which makes it one of the rare blue moons. Even more rare is that there are 13 full mOOn’s this year, and you know 13 is such a lucky number. There are hills, rocks, hills, roots, hills, beautiful fall colors, and did we mention there might be some hills? Bring yourself to the trail, but leave your soul behind.. or perhaps one of those cute miniature pumpkins which the hares ask you to leave in random spots on trail, perhaps with a carving made into it.
The hares also recommend everyone bring a face mask on trail, there are several spots where you’d be expected to cross path with others, and its halloween for after all.
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