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

If you come here to do a trail, follow this link:

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! 

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

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 hash, hash 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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