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Mongolia : Ulaanbaatar

6.5 km (4.0 miles) ENE of Damba Darajayn Hiid, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Approx. altitude: 1580 m (5183 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap world confnav)
Antipode: 48°S 73°W

Accuracy: 5 m (16 ft)
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  48°N 107°E (visit #2)  

#1: General view - North

(visited by David Coombs and UB Hash House Harriers)

21-Sep-2004 -- The Ulaanbaatar Hash House Harriers had its final Tuesday evening meeting of the year today. Hash is a worldwide running club with a frinking probleem or is it a drinking club with a running problem? See www.gthhh.com for more details. From next Saturay meetings will be held on Saturday afternoons till the temperature falls below -20C ish. This point has been conquered before but this was a mass invasion and with greater accuracy than the previous visit.

Forty hashers set off in one bus and 3 cars across UB to the hills onthe northern side of the city. A new land law was introduced last year and the great land grab is still going on . Fences and building plots now stretch way up the hillsides.

The group split into runners and walkers and headed up the hill. The 8 runners (David, Ingrid, Justin, Jenny, Martina, Luke, Mark and James) all made it to the point at sunset. The walkers did not have the time or energy but had a pleasant stroll to the top of the ridge. Once everybody was back at the vehicles the customary down-downs followed with introductions of new hashers, celebration of anniversaries and identification of criminals etc. All this is done with modest amounts of liquid refreshment. We are a very tame hash! Serious drinkers/hashers then retire to pass the rest of the evening at Dave's place.


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#2: East
#3: South
#4: West
#5: GPS view
#6: Runners
#7: UB Hashers
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