The Hash House Harriers is an international group (mainly British and former colonies) that organizes mad treks through beautiful scenery and challenging terrain. You can either walk or run (or a mixture of both). An important part of the experiences is the cheap beer and local foods at the party afterwards.
The chapter on Grenada is very active, and
there is an event nearly every Saturday. There are often a hundred or more participants. We really appreciate the mix of people -- Old and young, locals and visitors, and students from the medical school. A great chance to meet folk you wouldn't otherwise interact with. The Hashes are held around the island, so you get to visit some rural areas and small villages.
We have joined a few times,
and its lots of fun. Here are some photos from the Hash on December 7
at Momma Cannes (that's the name of a village). This was a bit smaller crowd than usual (I think the med students are studying for finals). The run was described as "very tough," and considering that we are still acclimating to warm temperatures, we decided to walk. This was nice, but it must have been the shortest Hash in Grenada history, only about 35 minutes. But the party was fun!