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Dark Side of the Moon Run #234
Victoria H3 600th Run
Dinner, Beer/Wine, Dance & More
Capital Region Riders and Pedallers (CRRAP) Ride #69
To celebrate the
the Victoria Hash House Harrier Kennel
We will also have a kegs of locally sourced kegs of craft beer.
Start Date & Time
6 - 7 PM
Pre Hash Cocktails
2:30-3:30 PM Registration
PM Run Start
(See Maps below)
Lime Bay Park
Near Spinnakers Brew Pub
Fairfield Gonzales Community Association, 1335 Thurlow Road, Victoria, BC.
Beacon Hill Park
in the parking lot west of the petting zoo.
What You Get/Instructions
Beer at Circle Up
Pay your own way at the bar post run.
a flashlight or some form of illumination. It will be
Post run snacks
Beer at Circle Up
Beer, Wine, Cider, Soft drinks
More Beer and Party Time
"A Spooktakular Ride"
Beer at Circle Up
Pay your own way at the bar post ride
spectacular piece of haberdashwill
be included in the price.
If you register by
The Darkside Start Location Map
View DS 234 - 660Run Weekend in a larger map
The VH3 600 Run Location/Map
View Run #600 The 600th VH3 Weekend Run in a larger map
CRRAP BHash Location/Map
View BHash #69 The Haunted CRRAP in a larger map
Join the VH3 Group for important Victoria Hash House Harriers mail, and
not so important mail - that's what delete is for.
Weather Forecast for Victoria
UVic School-Based Weather Station
Victoria is on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.
on this for a map for our location)
To get here by car from Vancouver BC you will need to take a ferry (there are no bridges), or by foot, bus or plane (its way too far to swim).
Transit Options are:
By foot your options are:
- BC Ferries -
for the BC Ferry schedules. It is a 1 hour and 35 minute trip
through the Gulf Island, it will take 30 minutes to unload, and another 35
to 40 minutes to drive into downtown Victoria, so please allow for
plenty of travel time from Vancouver or the lower mainland.
- The famous Coho Ferry
from Port Angeles, WA, to Victoria. It has 1 or 2 sailings
daily - click here
from MV Coho schedules. Coming to Victoria you must be at the terminal at least an hour a head of time to by car, or 20 minutes if by foot. Headed back you must be at the terminal 90 minutes prior to leaving due to US Boarder security. This is a 90 minute trip, but takes you down-town Victoria.
- BC Transit runs a relatively inexpensive connection to the BC Ferries Terminals in Victoria for ferries foot
passengers, but these are city busses, so pack light as they
due not accommodate a lot of luggage. Click here for rout
map at this end. On the other side (Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal) the Translink
will take you to Vancouver
International Airport. Click here
for for the Translink trip planner.
- The Pacific
Coach Lines trips daily to Victoria from Vancouver, and between
Seattle and Vancouver.
It runs between downtown bus stations, picking up at major
hotels, and along route at certain locations. You can also
connect with them on the BC Ferries ships. Call them for
details. Cost may very depending on where you join them.
- The Victoria
Clipper is a high speed catamaran that runs daily
form Seatle to Victoria, harbour to harbour See their web site for details.
time is 2 hours 45 minutes.
- Harbour Air or
Air will get you from Vancouver Hourbour to
Air flies between Seattle Lake Union and
Victoria's inner harbour.
- Alaska Air/Horizon
air can bring you here form much of the US, with Horizon
servicing Victoria International Airport (YYJ).
- Air Canada and
Jet fly in and out of YYJ daily form all sorts of
Transit While in Victoria:
Victoria has a reasonable good buss schedule, and an competitive taxi service.
All hash events will occur downtown within walking distance or a
short cab distance from the Inner Harbour.
The web master will post any plans or suggestion that the organizing committee comes up with on this site as and when they come available.
There are a wide variety of hotels and inns in Victoria all available
from the rustic
Ocean Island Backpackers Inn to the venerable
To get a complete list of hotel in the
Victoria area use Tourism
Victoria's Business Directory
There are two bike rental places around the conference centre and close to Beacon Hill park and the start of the CRRAP.
We have confirmed with both that they will be open on the first weekend in November.
Both seem to have decent city/hybrid bikes, Cycle BC will rent performance or Mountain bikes for a bit more.
The Pedaler is run by the owner and seems more local and flexible with times.... and a posted group discount without even asking.
The Peddler (http://www.thepedaler.ca/)
719 Douglas St. (Crystal Gardens)
Hours - he'll be open when needed.
Rates - $7/hr, $18/3hr, or $28/8hr... Sign says 20% discount for groups of 4+
Cycle BC Rentals & Tours (http://www.cyclebc.ca/bicycles)
685 Humbolt St. (Corner of Humbolt and Douglas)
Hours - they guess their hours will be 10am to 4pm at that time of year
Rates - $7/hr, $28/day
Digger and Preemie
Richard the Turd and Bag
Stroke Alone and
Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub
308 Catherine Street
(at 9:30 PM) On afters at Spinnakers Pub @ 9:30 where we have to entire dining room booked. Food and
drink's own your own, but will feature some fine Spinnakers menus choices.
Dinner, Beer/Wine, Dance & More at the
The Fairfield Gonzales Community Association Garry Oak
@ about 5 PM
Bay Inn Pub
270 Government St., @ about 1PM (Sunday's specials are Ceasars for $3.75)
As this is a haunted bike hash, the James Bay Inn is haunted as
For more of the story, click here.