we'll explore the hills, valleys, trails (partly steep), tracks, roads and streams north of Cudjoe Hill, St. Catherine. This hike involves rivers; you'll probably get your feet wet (scouting was done on 9 January 2016; not much rain had fallen in recent days but some of the rivers had some nice water). Bring or wear your swimming clothes on the hash as you may want to take a dip in one of the rock pools we'll encounter on the hash.
Cooking is done by the team of our host, Mr. Kenric Douglas of the Ken-Ann centre.
This hash is not very long (a bit over 4 km), but partly technical (bouldering, wading) and partly using roads that are used by cars.
vegetable soup, jerk chicken OR stew pork, rice & peas
Directions to the hash location: 33 km, less then 1 hour from 6 Miles, Kingston ...
The hash starts and ends at 'Ken-Ann complex' in Cudjoe Hill, St. Catherine.
From Kingston, 6 Miles, take Mandela Highway to Spanish Town; at the first Traffic Circle take the 1st exit after the high school and follow the Spanish Town bypass to the next Traffic Circle.
At this 2nd Traffic Circle you take the 3rd exit (not the 1st one to the toll road, not the 2nd one to Old Harbour, but the 3rd one) towards Angels and Ocho Rios.
After 0,75 km turn left onto St. John's road (first left after the Total petrol station).
Follow this road for + - 18 km: pass the Dovecot graveyard on your right, drive through St. Johns Heights, follow the road (keep right). Drive through Kitson Town and go up in the hills, pass a set of white farm sheds on your right, follow the road (keep left) and cross a narrow bridge into Guanaboa Vale. Pass a school, church and Police station on your left hand (keep right), go further up in the hills - the road becomes windy - and find the Ken-Ann complex on your left. Park here.
in addition to the warning on the 'next run'-page, the organizers would like to emphasize on the sometimes rough nature of hashing. This hash is not an exception. You are responsible for where you put your feet, and staying balanced. The organizers of this and every other hash, are not responsible for the condition of the soil and underground, behaviour of wild animals (including other hashers), the weather, earthquakes, lightning, landslides, traffic or anything else that is out of our control.
As usual: we recommend that you protect yourself using insect repellent, sun screen, and gear up properly with the right shoes and clothing. Bring some water with you on the trail.
Treat nature, arts and other hashers with respect. Don't touch the trail markings. Don't litter and don't pick flowers or fruits if you are not sure that it is yours. Offenders will be left to the mercy of the Constable. We are guests in "the country". Jamaica, land we love.
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