HK outdoor adventures

Hiking, running, swimming every bit of Hong Kong

Wild life encounters

The more you hike in the less “civilized” paths the more chances you have to see the real natural Hong Kong, including snakes, wild boars, etc.

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Kumano Kodo

The Kumano Kodo are the ancient pilgrimage routes in the Kii peninsula (Wakayama Prefecture). El Camino de Santiago Japanese style.

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Double Dragon

Double Dragon stream (雙龍石澗) is another interesting way up to Sunset Peak. First section with several pools to dip into. Second section with the best waterfalls.

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Tung Lung stream

The East Dragon stream (東龍石澗) is the little brother of Wong Lung Hang. Usually a shorter route (you could continue up till the very Sunset Peak) but full of all kind of falls.

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Fa Tam 花潭 stream

Fa Tam (花潭石澗 flower pond) is a cute easy-ish stream. Good to test newbies; with incremental difficulty, several early exits, and nice waterfalls and pools midway.

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Tungsten mines

From 1935 to 1967 tungsten was mined under Needle Hill. Remains of the buildings, tunnels, and others are still there within the growing vegetation, ready to be explored.

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Tsing Lung stream

Tsing Lung (Green Dragon) Stream (青龍石澗) is a very interesting way up to Sunset peak. Several high waterfalls, pools to dip into, high cliffs relatively easy to scramble on.

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Ling Bai stream

Different streams in the South West of Lantau island. Nothing especially impressive, but good for a day going up and down these watercourses and the hills around.

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High Junk Peak

Quite some people associate Clear Water Bay with relaxed, or party mode, junk boat days. The area offers way more including an iconic peak and a special looking island.

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