and the boulder area to arrive at it are one of the most spectacular dry routes up Tai Mo Shan Country Park.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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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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(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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