Next to Wong Lung Han you have a stream which is mostly known for its ending. The Celestial Book, two almost perfectly perpendicular walls that resemble gods’ writing.
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Close to the now urban area of Ma On Shan the biggest mining activity in Hong Kong was recorded in the 20th century. Remains are still there.
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Easy hike, some “caving”, testing navigation skills and visiting part of Hong Kong’s history close to the city. Good dry winter plan.
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Lion Rock might be one of the most iconic natural lookouts of Hong Kong. Here several adventurous routes up including Lion Tail and Horse Ridge.
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Sai Kung East country park has some of the best beaches in Hong Kong + Sharp Peak + some interesting bush walk and coasteering.
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Bushwalking, the border, the restricted areas recently open for the public, an old mine… A nice little adventure up North next to Shenzhen.
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The Plover Cove country park has very popular waterfalls, mainly Bride’s Pool. Just minutes walking from there you find a really nice stream to hike.
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Discovery Bay has super accessible streams. Easy and cute with several extra fun spots around.
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Ng Tung Chai might be the most well-known waterfalls in Hong Kong. Hiking in the stream though, you “unlock” its beauty further.
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