The Southernmost part of Lantau provides picturesque landscapes, some historical sites and little or no crowds.
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One of those streams that looked promising on the map but was not fun overall. Be careful if heading here.
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Dry winter months allow you to visit the reservoir within. Strange beauty. A beach that is not a beach.
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Sometimes friends ask for an easy walk or newcomers want to see touristy destinations. This includes both.
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A nice ridge above Discovery Bay. You can add different paths within the North Lantau country park for a “challenging” trail run or hike.
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“The Ridge of the Eight Immortals” (translation of Pat Sin Leng) is one of the most photogenic in Hong Kong, good for a “demanding” hike or run.
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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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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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