HK outdoor adventures

Hiking, running, swimming every bit of Hong Kong

Tai Shing Upper North

I already wrote about the lower & NW sections. The Northern one is almost as fun as the latter and less difficult.

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If you are looking for fast answers. For wet activities (stream hiking, coasteering) we use from lighter to most pro: Five Ten Eddy, Five Ten access mesh (you can buy previous two in Chamonix), Adidas Terrex Hydro Lace. I’ll suggest you understand a bit more though and for that all the post below.

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Long Ke coasteering

Relatively protected Bay that allows you to see some of the geopark features and caves without the possible big waves or high scrambles of the East Dam route.

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Shek Lung Chai stream

Starting from the same MTR station an alternative plan to Ma Dai stream. Not as spectacular but cleaner and with less people in the falls.

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Qiu Feng Stream

Qiu Feng stream(秋楓石澗) is a cute easy one that can be hiked on its own upwards or as an end of a long day starting on Double Deer or Tin Mei streams.

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Northern islands

One of the most remote & cute places in Hong Kong. Get ready for some complicated logistics or a really long day out hiking and swimming.

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Flying Phoenix & Dragon streams

Twin streams in Saikung country park. Dry in cooler months, really pretty after several days of rain. Climbable in hardcore or easy ways.

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East dam coasteering

Some of the most spectacular Hong Kong coastal scenery, with huge volcanic rock structures, caves, and frequently nice water where to swim.

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Nei San stream

Quite close to Tung Chung, another way to go up to the Buddha temple within crystalline water and challenging jungle waterfalls.

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