|Vindobona Hash House Harriers - Schedule|
|For lifts to the runs (Hash Taxi), please contact the following :-|
|Name||Work Phone||Home Phone||Handy (Mobile)||Preferred Pick-up Point|
|Lord Glo-Balls, OVH||Retired||+43 2215 3178||+43 664 415 4225||U1, Kaisermühlen- VIC or
U3, Erdberg station
|Morhaer von Richard Kopf, OVH||+43-1-59991-152||+43 681 1052 7596||U3, Erdberg station
or as otherwise arranged
The run fee is €5 for adults (18 and over). Kids from 12 to 17 are €2.50. Kids under 12, dogs and sticks are free. Visitors and virgins are free (one time only). There is no annual subscription fee.
Don't forget, the Hares are responsible for making sure there is enough Beer, water, softies, cups, rubbish bags and snacks at the end of the Hash. Please try to make use of discounts (often 25%) offered by supermarkets on certain days and shop in places like Hofer & Lidl for cheaper softies. There will only be one Beer Stop per month in a commercial establishment, first come first served. Drink stops organized by the Hares using Hash Beer & Softies are not restricted.
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|2019-03-03||14:00||#2007||O Sodomia! & 7 Up||Pfaffstätten S-Bahn station, Bahnstrasse 19
GPS coordinates: N 48.018365 E 16.258680
Directions: Take the A2 Südautobahn and get off at the
Wiener Neudorf exit. Take a right following the B 11 direction Wiener Neudorf.
At the intersection with B17, turn left direction Wiener Neustadt. Drive on
through Guntramsdorf. 500 metres after look for the sign for B 212 which is the
Badener Straße and takes off the ze right. Pfaffstätten is also signposted.
Stay on the B 212 for a few kilometres, leave Traiskirchen behind and eventually get to Pfaffstätten, following all signs on the B 212. Having reached Pfaffstätten, you turn right at the second set of lights into Albrechtsstraße, follow it until the end and underneath the railway. Turn left again into Franz Josef Str.and immediately left again into Einödstraße. Park outside the railway station.
Public Transport: Take a Schnellbahn S3 direction Wiener Neustadt from Hauptbahnhof (at 13:02, arriving 13:40) or Meidling or Liesing. You will need an extra ticket even if you have a Jahreskarte. Check the internet for times from various different locations.
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 74 Zk/5 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-10||14:00||#2008||Sex Energy, Casting Couch & Mystery Hare||Tattendorf, Raiffeisenplatz 3
GPS coordinates: N 47.957714, E 16.299862
Directions: Take the A2 Südautobahn and get off at exit Traiskirchen, continue to the left onto the B 17 Triesterstraße for 1,5 km. Then turn left at Schloßseestraße and continue for about 3 km until you reach Tattendorf. Meeting place is at Raiffeisenplatz which is quite a vast carpark to your right.
Public Transport: Keep Dreaming!
Map Ref: Blue Book - Nope - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-17||14:00||#2009|| Lopsided, Nail Me & Lucky Me
March Beer Stop
|Tower of Fools (Narrenturm) at the Altes AKH
GPS coordinates: N 48.219540, E 16.353231
Theme: St. Patrick's day - wear as much green as possible.
Directions: This is a City run, but if you have to come by car, drive to Campus of the Universität Wien (Altes AKH) and park in Spitalgasse (only limited parking available) near the Centre for Brain Research (Zentrum für Hirnforschung). The Narrenturm is directly behind this institute. Alternatively, on Alserstrasse, turn into small (free) parking at Frankhplatz near the Austrian National Bank. From there walk through the Campus Hof 1, 2 and 3 to the Narrenturm.
Public Transport: Take either trams 5 or 33 and get off at Lazarettgasse. The Narrenturm is behind the Centre for Brain Research.
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 32 M/11 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-21||19:00||Full Moon #227||Marie Tamponette & Slush Puppie||Mödling S-bahn station
GPS coordinates: N 48.083943, E 16.296189
Run Motto: “Equidistance Run 2.5”.
Directions: To get there by car: Take the A2 Südautobahn and get off at the exit Mödling/SCS. When reaching the B 17/Triesterstraße turn left, at the next traffic lights turn right following the Steinfeld Straße into Mödling. The Steinfeld Straße eventually becomes the Wiener Straße. When getting into Mödling, drive over the railway bridge and continue for 200 metres until the next turn off left into Demelgasse. Continue until the next set of traffic lights, then turn left into Friedrich Schiller Strasse. Stay on Friedrich Schiller Straße until the next turn off left which is Thomas Tamussino Straße. Turn left and find the car park of the Railway Station to your right.
Public Transport: Take a Schnellbahn from where ever and get off at Mödling Leave the train station building, turn left on to Thomas Tamussino Straße and follow this to the carpark.
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 65 7/Zb - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-24||14:00||#2010||Casting Couch + 2Bob||Gasthaus Gamshöhe, Gamshöhe 1, Bisamberg
GPS coordinates: N48.321740, E16.367885
Directions: Get on to the Hauptstrasse in Bisamberg, turn
into Amtsgassse, left into Parkring, right into Kellergasse, keep right when
Kellergasse splits into two, this turns into Berggasse, keep going till you
reach the Gasthaus Gamshöhe.
OR use your SatNav (Navi).
Public Transport: Get a lift but if you must: Take the 850 bus from Floridsdorf at 12:51, get off at 13:12 at the Bisambergschloss stop. Use your blue book to get to Kellergasse, walk along this, keep going when it changes its name to Berggasse and keep walking until you get to the Gasthaus Gamshöhe. If you are lucky some other hasher will pick you up (but I wouldn’t). You will need at least 30 minutes for this walk so you should get there on time for a change !!
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 118 A/12 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-29||19:00||#2011 (Brexit Leaving Hash #1)||King Ralph & Free Willie||Schwarzenbergplatz
GPS coordinates: N48.321740, E16.367885
Theme: First of many Brexit leaving runs, followed by a Brexit cancellation run (you heard it here first)!!
Directions: Drive along Rennweg till you get to the Russian monument. Come off Rennweg and park on Traungasse, Strohgasse or nearby. You probably need a Parkschein as the city of Vienna needs money !!
Public Transport: Take the U-Bahn to Karlsplatz, go through Resselpark, past Karlskirche, past the French embassy to the Russian monument where we meet. There are also many trams that pass by Schwarzenbergplat, just Google for these connections.
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 32 P/12 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-03-31||14:00||#2012||KUTY Pi & Mystery Hare||Wolkersdorf S-Bahn station park 'n' ride (Industriestraße, 2120 Wolkersdorf im Weinviertel)
GPS coordinates: N 48.378581, E 16.512100
Theme: Spring Run. Wear flowers in your hair. Pop a tab of something, maybe. Be happy!!
Directions: Take the Brunnerstrasse to the North. Keep going
until you get to Wolkersdorf (after Eibesbrunn). In Wolkersdorf take a right at
the first traffic lights you come to (should be signposted for the park/ride and
OR use your SatNav (Navi).
Public Transport: Take the S2 (from Handelskai for example)
to Wolkersdorf. If you have a season ticket already for Zone 100, you will need
an extra ticket for one additional zone.
The train from Landstrasse at 13:22, platform 4, will get you there at 13:58.
The train at 13:44 will get you there at 14:14.
Don't even think of being late!!!!
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 121/122 Ag/20-21 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-04-07||14:00||#2013||Mind the Gap, Tick Pleaser & Dipped in Shiggy||Just past Badgasse 6, Großenzersdorf
GPS coordinates: N48.200844 E16.536673
Theme: "Stuff your fat face with as much as you can" Hash.
Directions: Drive down the B3 (follow signs for
Groß-Enzersdorf), drive through Aspern and Essling, keep going until you get to
a roundabout, just after the end of Vienna sign and just before you get to
Groß-Enzersdorf. [Turn right at the roundabout into Autokinostrasse, go to the
end (past the Autokino) and turn right into Badgasse. Park near the water at the
end of Badgasse.] The above is ILLEGAL for a car.
OR [Just past the boundary of Vienna and Niederösterreich there is roundabout to the Autokino – do not take this but continue and take a right into the Reither-Ring which becomes Ziegelofenstrasse. At the end of this road go right into Badgasse, drive to the end of Badgasse and look for the car park on the left] If you live the Vienna side of the Danube, then get onto the A23 (Süd-Ost-Tangente) and drive across the Pratebrücke. Keep to the left 2 lanes at the end of the Praterbrücke. In the first tunnel after the bridge (under Stadlau) move over to the right lane and leave the Tangente, following the signs for the B3 and Groß-Enzersdorf. Now you are on the B3, so just drive through Aspern and Essling and follow the above directions at the first roundabout.
Public Transport: Take the 26A at 13:13 from Kagran (or from U2 Aspernstrasse station at13:28) to the Essling Stadtgrenze stop, arrivint 13:41. Or take the 13:23 from Kagran (13:38 from U2 Aspernstrasse) arriving at 13:51. Off the bus you have a choice. Either take a right into Weidlinger Damm and keep walking straight for about 1km or walk to the roundabout further along the road, turn right into Autokinostrasse then fast walk 10 minutes down the illegal car route (see above).
Map Ref: Blue Book - p. 37 O/22 - Google Maps: Click for Map of Location (check directions for exact location)
|2019-04-13||13:00||Not a Hash - Kastenlauf 2019||Barefoot & Mr. Pink||Prater, Vienna
GPS coordinates: N48.208771, E16.420746
Theme: Why choose between drinking and fitness? Beer Crate Run, or Kastenlauf.
Location: Meet next to the ‘Würstelstand Stadion’, between the Stadion Centre and the Ernst Happel Stadium (North end), U2 Stadion (Olympiapl. W, 1020 Wien ).
5kms, 20 beers, 1 crate, teams of 2 to 4 runners Teams consume a crate of beer over a 5km course. The crate must be empty before crossing the finish line. The first team crossing the line with an empty, drunk beer crate wins. Watch the video.
Teams of 2 to 4 runners will be formed by drawing lots before the start, so don’t worry if you don’t have a team, you will get to run. Once formed, teams will buy their chosen qualifying beer* and race rules explained. The course will follow a designated 5km route, finishing at the small park on the right side of the end of Hauptallee (after the railway bridge), the west side of the Lusthaus cafe restaurant. Afterwards: debriefing and discussion will continue at Gösser Bierinsel, Gärtnerstraße, 1020, then return your crate and bottles to the supermarket.
Some Kastenlauf History Born in Munich in 1982, the Kastenlauf is an annual event played in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Effort is limited and is a perfect way to welcome the Spring.
• Each team will consist of at least two people, maximum 4.
• Each participant should be over 18 years old.
• Only those who are fit, healthy and can tolerate alcohol should take part.
• Each team will buy a create of beer (including deposit) from a supermarket specified at the event.The crate box should contain 20 bottles of 0.5 litres beer, with at least 5% alcohol. Bring a bottle opener!
• Any tools that make it easier for players and teams to carry the beer crate are strictly forbidden.The beer crates have to be carried with your own strength.
• Checkpoints where you have to perform certain tasks, must not be bypassed.
• Anyone purposely spilling beer or throwing up will face a forfeit or punishment beer.
• The team that crosses the finish line first with emptied beer crate will be the winner! Bottle caps must be kept for evidence and to avoid littering.
• While competing at your own risk, for safety reasons, all participants must pay attention to each other. No one should be injured or left behind during the game.
Drink responsibly The Kastenlauf is one of the funniest drinking games. You should always be careful with the consumption of alcohol, especially in connection with physical activity. Always enjoy beer responsibly.