Bergen Bunker Hash House Harriers is a Hash House Harrier chapter which organises runs in and around Bergen, Norway, with the aim to discover parts of local military history by running through, over or around military bunkers and fortifications, encompassing both Norwegian installations and installations built or/and extended during World War 2.
Run #7 is planned for spring 2014
|#1||23 December 2007||KVARVEN||Foggy Glasses and Deep Throat||16|
|#2||1 June 2008||HERDLA||Foggy Glasses and Deep Throat||29|
|#3||30 November 2008||NORDNES||Foggy Glasses and Deep Throat||19|
|#4||8 August 2010||FJELL||Foggy Glasses||9|
|#5||2 June 2013||FJELL||Foggy Glasses||8|
|#6||7 June 2013||EDØY||Camp Toilet||2|
Some of the most imposing bunkers in the Bergen area are still in use either by the military or by private companies, and therefore not open to the public. Others are located on private property and are not readily available, whilst others are located in public areas and are open to the public. Some bunkers have, however, been sealed and cannot be entered.
BBH3 runs are organised as regular Hash Runs. As most runners also run with Bergen Hash House Harriers, BBH3 runs follow the same rules and markings as used by Bergen H3. During the run the hare will endeavour to deliver a short dissertation on the history of the area.
We aim to run twice a year, once during autumn/ winter and once during spring/ summer.
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