GPSHash lets you set, walk, run, jog, bike, drive or even sail a hidden mystery trail or course.

No app to download, it works straight from your browser. 

The rules are simple: Navigate your way, using the built-in GPS on your mobile device, to your first waypoint, only then will the next waypoint be revealed.

Trails consists of a multiple of these waypoints which have to be resolved one by one. What happens at the finish, is up to the organizer of this trail. Maybe a prize for the first one (or team) in, a hidden party location, maybe a final at this new bar or restaurant. It's all about fun! 

Use it for some great outdoor activity, from jogging in the park, cross-country running or hiking, bushwhacking, an Easter-egg walk, to off-road bike routes, car rallies and even a marathon with a twist.

Basically, this is a GPS-enabled version of a Hash Run.

What is a Hash?

A Hash is fun social outdoor activity where a bunch of people, the Hounds, try to follow a trail set by the trail setter: the Hare.

The Hash House Harriers (HHH or H3) is an international group of non-competitive running social clubs. An event organized by a club is known as a hashhash run or simply hashing, with participants calling themselves Hashers or hares and hounds.

Trails are set by a Hare, and he will notify you the number of the trail you have to follow. ​


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