Translation of paper chase in Spanish:

paper chase

noun

  • 1

    carrera a campo traviesa en la que los participantes deben seguir los papeles que otros han dejado como señuelo
    • Cross-country running began in England in the early 19th century through a school game called ‘hare and hounds’ or ‘the paper chase.’
    • Club members of all ages and abilities will be out in force on Boxing Day for the annual paperchase around Hayes Common.
    • If people wish to get their rocks off by riding horses around the countryside then so be it… do a drag hunt or paper chase - there is no need to involve a fox or any other living creature here.
    • For the uninitiated, the Hash House Harriers were first established in Malaysia in 1938, when a group of British ex-pats had been meeting for regular ‘hare and hounds’ runs based on English public school paper chases.
    • Some Saturday afternoons we served tea for the harriers who did paper chases and some Sundays we had Bible Class teas at different churches.