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69 visitors today 27-May-2015
130 total visitors previously
Last visitor IP [126.96.36.199]
Date of last visit
[27-May-2015 @ 07:30]
Current visitor IP [188.8.131.52]
Run 1987 - 11 April 2015
Run 1988 - 18 April 2015
Run 1989 - 25 April 2015
Run 1990 - 02 May 2015
Run 1991 - 09 May 2015
Run 1992 - 16 May 2015
Run 1993 - 23 May 2015
Run 1994 - 30 May 2015
Run 1995 - 6 June 2015
Movable Type 2.661
Run 1994 - 30 May 2015
Venue: Bundoora Estate (Ulu Yam Baru)
Hares: Ted Parslow
Co-Hares: Candy & Dan
Scribe: Yip Siang Koo
Comic: Lye Shyong Ling
GPS: N3 25.568 E101 40.828
For those who know their way to Ulu Yam and Bundoora Ranch, just get on with it. For the others take the Batu Dam route as explained below:
1 - Get onto the Jalan Kuching / MRR2 Roundabout and take exit towards Kuantan/Batu Caves. Set Trip meter to 0km as you exit roundabout
* 0.2km slip off left alongside new shop houses.
* 0.4km keep right (1 o'clock)
* 0.6km left
* 0.8km right at traffic lights (mosque on right)
* 4.9km right towards Ulu Yam
* 27.4km after bridge over river turn left at T junction (you are now entering Ulu Yam)
* 28.3km turn right in centre of village (sign post Genting). Zero Trip meter.
2 - at 0.3 km pass police station on left, immediately look for right turn at 0.5km, Blue Sign Bundoora Sdn Bhd & Amber Stone Resort, TURN RIGHT here.
3 - Drive slowly through Kampong, (many children playing, dogs, chicken, etc). and at about 2km look for Bundoora Sdn Bhd sign .
4 - at 2.1 km turn Left to Bundoora Sdn Bhd. Cross bridge, enter Bundoora Ranch.
5 - Keep Right, continue to parking amongst the oil palm after the dilapidated bungalow. Do not block the road.
On On: Head back to Ulu Yam Bahru town. Turn left at the T-junction Go through the town and cross the little bridge heading on the way back to KL. After about 100m on the left is a temple with the restaurant attached.
Run 1995 - 6 June 2015
Venue: Ulu Tamu Hot Springs (Batang Kali area)
Hares: Joel Murang
Co-Hares: Mysterious co-hare
Scribe: Ted Parslow
Comic: Maria Galindon
GPS & directions:
N03 27.866 E101 41.808
Notes: Normal/Short Run 7.5km, Long Run 12km (triangular Paper)
- From BATU CAVES take the B57 Hulu Yam Baharu road (past the Hulu Yam dam and reservoir) to Hulu Yam.
- 0 km. In the center of Hulu Yam town take the RIGHT turn onto B113 signposted to Genting Highlands. and reset your trip-meter.
- 4.4 km Traffic light, Shell station on Left, turn RIGHT onto B114. Signposted Air Panas Hulu Tamu
- 8.0 km At abandoned TNB substation turn RIGHT. Direction sign: Air Panas Hulu Tamu
- 8.3 km Cross wooden bridge over river
- 9.8 km turn RIGHT into Hulu Tamu Hot Springs (sign: Air Panas Hulu Tamu) and park
- From RAWANG continue north on Highway 1 ( Old Ipoh Road ) through Serendah to Batang Kali.
- 0 km At traffic light in Batang Kali turn RIGHT onto B113, and reset your trip-meter
- 1.9 km At traffic lights (Shell station on right) turn LEFT onto B114. Direction sign : Air Panas Hulu Tamu
- 5.5 km At abandoned TNB substation turn RIGHT. Sign: Air Panas Hulu Tamu
- 5.8 km Cross wooden bridge over river
- 7.3 km turn RIGHT into Hulu Tamu Hot Springs (sign: Air Panas Hulu Tamu) and park responsibly!
1. How to set a great run. A few tips.
a) The objective of the hash is to provide all members and guests with approximately 60-90 minutes of interesting running over varied terrain, with the entire pack finishing within 20 minutes of each other. No one should become lost if they follow the trail
b) Select a site which has ample parking and give clear, understandable directions. Avoid parking on main roads and obtain land-owners permission where necessary. Do not choose a site within 500m of a kampong - respect local sensitivities to dogs; alcohol consumption; and showering in public.
c) Always use a 'Co-Hare', both for security and in order that the co-hare can take over if you are otherwise indisposed on the day. If you are unfamiliar with setting runs, choose an experienced co-hare. If you don't know any, ask the trail-master. There are plenty of willing members who will be only too happy to help.
d) The run should be approximately 8-10km, but can be shorter in difficult terrain. If you need to 'stretch' the front-runners, then do so by setting clever checks; by using false trails; and perhaps by inserting a penultimate / final circular check; but never by attempting to set a marathon. The hash is strictly non-competitive and should focus equally on both exercise and socialising. Choose the restaurant and the menu for the on-on carefully!
We'll provide a more complete guide when your turn comes round to set a run.
3. Next committee meeting: 02 June 2015
A new page has been made for PH3‘s (our) 2000th Run. Please click here to find out more.
hareline has been updated in February 2015- up to run# 2000. Check when your next run is.
Our Hash Flash, (John C) posts very good pictures of PH3 runs. Click on any photo at the bottom of this page. This will bring you to PH3 photo album. We also have a PH3 Facebook page (Petaling Hash House Harriers) and Hash Flash.
RUBBISH AND EMPTY BOTTLES/CANS
We have received complaints about the enormous amount of rubbish and empties left behind at some runsites after runs. We want to be able to use run sites again and again. So, take your rubbish with you and/or place it in designated containers!
As much as we would like to avoid policing the run site, we have noticed that some members are "packing" home drinks or taking unopened cans to their cars. This is not acceptable at PH3. Drinks are to be consumed at site by members and all drinks/cans should be opened at beer wagon. We do not need to hear your excuses/reasons, people who finish their run late also need a drink. Committee members will not hesitate to confront you and put you on the box as an abuser.
run 1992 - 16 May '15 (by Father Abraham)
run 1989 - 25 Apr '15 - a MUST READ (by Dadahman)
run 1987 - 11 April '15 (by Sweetness)
Many others in "previous reports" at bottom of scribe reports page
A random Youtube video with search terms - hash house harriers
On a Saturday, at the PH3 run-site, Beer O'Clock is easy to define. It is either:
- the time that the Front-Runner-On-Paper arrives back from the run (if there's a short and a normal, it's the normal run that counts)
The same rule applies to soft drinks (including for grubby little horrors!), but the big water-cooler is usually available to prevent anyone from dying of thirst.
This is because we're a Hash club, and the idea of the Hash is that you do the run and then reward yourself with a few drinks.
Non-runners (members or guests) are welcome to drink, but only after the run has been completed by at least one person (or until we conclude that they're probably lost).
So, even though the cans and bottles are put in iced water around 4.30pm to cool, and look very tempting, they may not be taken until the time specified above. Otherwise we'd all just sit around drinking, and forget the run!
We don't want to have to put armed guards by the beer truck, so please do the right thing.
There are only a few habitual offenders, and we apologize for making the rest of you read this, but we want to make sure the rule is clear.
OnSec, on behalf of the PH3 Committee
PH3 loves guests and visitors.We welcome any Hasher and non Hasher to join us for a run and after run gathering on saturdays. The current fee is RM 35.00 a head for the run and the circle refreshments (beer and softies). Any food at the restaurant is additional but will usually will cost you less than RM 25.00.
PH3 is a great way to experience tropical forest and jungle hash runs in places where most tourists don't go with a great bunch of people - locals and expats. Its 50-50 about sport and social !
How to get there?- Print or copy directions to run site from this PH3 page.
- Get yourself there anyway you can or get a lift. If you ask for a lift, do request it at least 72 hours before the run and be sure you are on time at the designated pick up location. Hashers won't wait, the run starts on time, rain or shine. They want to get there ! Do exchange mobile phone numbers with the person who will pick you up.
- Dont expect people to do detours for you. You can easily get to and from most pickup points in KL, Bangsar or Petaling Jaya by taxi or LRT (metro rail).
RunningYou will need decent running shoes and running gear. Trail running shoes with good grip are best as it can be slippery during downpours, but normal sneakers should do OK. Expect at least 1.5 hour run or 2 hour + walk in tropical forest/jungle conditions. Some hills.
After the runHave a change of clothes, towel, (water if you wish to shower/wash off), money to pay for the run fees and food later on. Expect to be given one or two free down downs for visiting us.
ON ON and see you on the run !
Update your contactsWe need to be able to get in touch with you (for communications) and to your next of kin (in case you get lost or injured). This info stays in the club and is only accessible by key committee members. If there are any changes in your email, phone number, next of kin contact, etc. Pls notify OnSec immediately: firstname.lastname@example.org
EmailsPlease do check your spam folder as PH3 mail might be stuck in there. Let OnSec know if you change email.
Members ResponsibilityThe main responsibility you have as a member it to set a run when your turn comes (about once in 4 years). This is expected of ALL members and much notice is given on the receding hareline page. Please ensure you plan far enough ahead and/or as a last resort YOU should find another Hare to replace you. If you quit close to the time of your run and wish to rejoin later on, you will still be requested to set a run at the time you rejoin.
1. Beer : RM 190 per quarter (from Q3 2014)
2. Softie : RM 85 per quarter (from Q3 2014)
3. Associates: RM 50 per quarter
4. Joining fee: RM 50 per applicant
5. Guest fee adult: RM 35 per run (drink beer or not)
6. Guest fee youngsters: RM 10 per run
Hash PaperPlease return unused hash trail paper to Trailmaster, Dave Wilson. Do not throw away.
Run DirectionsPlease send your run location and directions to On-Sec and Trailmaster as early as possible before the run date (at least 4 weeks ahead). OnSec needs to post directions on this website for everyone's convenience.
Comments/Ideas/BrickbatsPH3 is a membership club. Make your views heard. Talk to your favorite committee member or send a note to OnSec. We cannot be all things for all people and have limited funds, but committee members are members too and we try to make sense. If you don't comment, you agree ; if you don't participate, you consent.
PH3 - 2000th run
11 July 2015 will be PH3's 2000th's run
a reason to have a hash bash and celebrate !
A special committee is already at work with Chairman Robert Mulliss . But we need more people to help ! contact Robert if you are keen on helping.
Run and celebration will be at Emville.
Some Outstation Runs
Saturday, 11th April 2015
Kampar Hill to Hill 18th Anniversary/Refarm Water Festival Run
Venue: Refarm Farming Leisure Resort , Kampar
Reg 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Reg Fee RM80.00 before 01-01-2015, RM100 thereafter with no guarantee of freebies
Contact Chang Choong Leong 0195609648
25 to 27 Sept 2015
15th Pan Asia Hash Pondicherry, India
29th Apr 2016 - 01st May 2016 (Fri to Sun)
11th Malaysian Nash Hash 2016
Reg Fee: RM200.00 till 31st Aug 2015,
Contact: OC Grace Tan 0194411988
SOLSTICE HASH ON TOUR (S.H.O.T.)
Run # 21 HoiAn, Vietnam, 19-21 Jun 2015
Run # 22 Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec 2015
Run # 23 South Korea, Jun 2016
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