HK outdoor adventures

Hiking, running, swimming every bit of Hong Kong



Dai Sek stream (大石石澗)

Imagine Ng Tung Chai but steeper, with no “civilized” paths or people and more waterfalls. That’s Dai Sek. Quite dangerous though.

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Lam Tei – Hung Shui Hang

Good initiation stream hike. Gentle slope, tons of easy exits upwards, incremental difficulty, pristine water, some nice waterfalls.

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Lower Shing Mun

Lower Shing Mun reservoir provides a nice short stream and adventure hike. It can be added to a day of tunnels or others above.

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Tsing Tam stream

Tsing Tam stream (清潭石澗) is an infrequently hiked & relatively wide jungle stream with several nice pools and waterfalls.

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High Island streams

Tin Mei and Tin Mei Han streams (田尾坑右源), two tributaries to High Island reservoir, provide some fine views & fun.

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Stanley coasteering & stream

A route that includes good coasteering and stream hiking starting from Stanley main beach, ending undefined (different options).

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Wong Nai Tun stream

Nice stream with a couple of thin but cute waterfalls ending in Thousand Islands or another easy stream down.

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Ma Sai stream

One of those streams that looked promising on the map but was not fun overall. Be careful if heading here.

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North Dragon stream

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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