I have written about this iconic landmark several times. Here a summary of all the options, including the classic route.
Continue reading “South Heaven’s Gate classic” →
I wanted to give other tributaries connecting with the main stream down South Heaven’s Gate a try. Just a cute but not especially interesting one.
Continue reading “Cow pond stream 牛塘石澗” →
Another easier way to go to South Heaven’s Gate (all the routes here). Not as spectacular as Dog’s Tooth version, but suitable for less experienced hikers or those with mild vertigo.
Continue reading “Teapot ridge (茶壺咀脊)” →
Out of the ordinary constructions within Hong Kong landscape. Good for initiation hike or to add to longer routes.
Continue reading “Pipe & Obelisks” →
and the boulder area to arrive at it are one of the most spectacular dry routes up Tai Mo Shan Country Park.
Continue reading “Woo Yang Shan” →
There are several rock “gardens” or “forests” in HK. Piles of bare volcanic rocks covering significant areas in the middle of nowhere. Here one of the biggest.
Continue reading “Luk Chau rock forest” →
Another alternative plan to Ma Dai stream. You can combine it as a return path for Shek Lung Chai stream, or as main target + bushwalking in the area.
Continue reading “Luk Chau stream” →
Goose Valley Lost Trail (雁谷迷徑) is a nice route to connect with the Hunch Backs, here with some adventurous alternatives.
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I already wrote about the lower & NW sections. The Northern one is almost as fun as the latter and less difficult.
Continue reading “Tai Shing Upper North” →
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