The Huncote Hash
Saturday 31st December 2017
The Huncote Hash has been running since the mid 1980s and is a ‘back to basics’ cross country race with low entry fees and no prizes, other than the soup and a roll that everyone receives regardless of where they finish.
The race covers approximately 10K and takes in local footpaths around the village of Huncote in Leicestershire, including a climb over Croft Hill and the odd skirmish into the stream. Snow, ice, frost, mud and even sunshine have all graced the Hash over the years.