Mount Pendeli
(Northern Athens)

Run 1730 (Sunday 23th January 2011)

Hares:  Kum Kwik - Coke Dealer - Rim Job

Photographer: Mad Dog

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- T H E     T R A I L -

The starting point & circle (P): 38° 3'25.49"N, 23°53'23.44"E

Altitude: 640 metres above sea level

Trail cartographic Length = 8.75 km

Parking area & start of the trail


The trail from 3.6 km altitude


The trail from 16.5 km altitude


Altitude profile of the trail (vertical range of 570m -to- 790m = 220m)


- T H E     P R E R U N -

>>>>> Panoramic view of the hashers gathering before the run.

RA Fair Cop calls the circle to order


Hares Kum Kwik & Coke Dealer explain the walker's trail & show the map

The runners have to find the trail themselves as is the hashing tradition.


Another view of the hares explaining their trail


- T H E     R U N -

The runners set off on what turns out to be a false trail (or falsie)


The rain-washed-out "F" showing a false trail


Runners pass walkers on what is hopefully now the true trail set by Kum Kwik


Hare Coke Dealer and Fair Cop take a breather and admire the view




>>>>>> Panoramic view showing the runners (on the Left) ahead of the walkers (on the Right)


Illegal? greenhouses on the mountainside


Spy Shagger with her sister's daughter Sopia


Crossing the mountain road by the spring to join the part of the trail set by Coke Dealer and Rim Job


Coke Dealer stops to pose for the camera


Fair Cop does his impression of the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio De Janerio, Brazil


He is balancing precariously on a Geodetic triangulation post


The actual 38 metre tall (with pedestal) statue in Rio

Fair Cop will have to grow a bit to match this height!


>>>>>>>> Another Panoramic view as we progressed along the trail - now heading on down.


See the runners down below - left, centre


Still coming down - along a bit of trail set by Mad Dog last Sunday


Finally, a long haul up the mountain road back to the parking area


- T H E     C I R C L E -

Hares Kum Kwik (centre) with Coke Dealer (left) & Rim Job (right) get their down-down


Mad Dog also gets roped in as they had merged their trail at the end with his from last week


Glug glug glug!


Mountain Goat makes a point


Little Sophia gets in the circle

Mountain Goat


Bouboulina and Clitoria


Doggie Style & Wet Dream



Squat To Pee & Vaseline


Visitors / Returnees Down Down


Clitoria inflates the banana


Clitoria has fun with Love Bug in the circle



Love Bug shows her pet dog


Clitoria is assigned to inspect the hash virgins Mario and Tanya


Mario being checked


He's a good sport!


And now he whisper's the answer to the 4th question in Clitoria's ear


Now it's Tanya's turn to introduce herself and answer the questions.


The circle continues


Mountain Goat and Rim Job


Hamish announces information on next week's Australia Day run in Glyfada


- T H E     T A V E R N A -

Rear Entry gives the waiter our order


Enjoying the taverna's rose wine while chatting and waiting for the food to be served.


Here come the 'patatas'


The rest of the food has arrived and hungry hashers 'tuck-in'


A good variety of dishes to share


Little Sophia at the end of the table has her own souvlaki dish




Love Bug doing a commercial shoot and modelling comfortwear







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                                                                        MD Feb. 2006

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