Roz's Hiking Pages



Upcoming Hikes

Sun Sept 28: Kayaking near Sai Kung
Led by: Kim Tel: 9187 4910
Meet: 9:30
Description: We'll rent some kayaks ($200 per day for a 2-man boat including flotation jackets and paddles) and paddle around the small islands near Sai Kung. We'll be swimming and visiting some beaches so bring your swim suit, goggles or snorkel, shoes that can get wet, plenty of water and a snack or lunch. If weather turns out to be no good, we will do an alternative hike. Please contact the hike leader to reserve your spot.

Saturday Oct 4: Tung Ping Chau 
Led by:
Angela Tel:  
9528 4251
Meet: 8:30am at the University MTR Station, to catch the 9am ferry from from Ma Liu Shui ferry pier, a 15 minute walk.
Description:  We'll be wondering and exploring the island all day as the return ferry is at 5:15pm. Bring your swimsuits and shoes for walking in the water on rocks: like rubber sandals, or light runners you can change out of later. There are a few nice coves that we can swim in. Bring food for lunch.

Sun Oct 12: Shui Lo Cho Pools (Lantau Island) 
Led by: David Tel:  5329 4284
Meet: 9:30 at the Central Ferry Piers for the 9:40 ferry to Mui Wo 
Walking Time: 4 hours plus swimming time and travel time (all day)
We'll take the bus to Tai O and walk along the waterfront on the Lantau Trail until the turn-off up the hill on the water services trail. At the top of a long climb, we are rewarded with a series of gorgeous pools. After sampling the cooling waters, we can return the same way we came, or go up the hill to join the trails leading past Man Cheung Po,
Lung Tsai Ng Yuen and Ngau Kwo Tin reaching the Tai O Road at the Kwun Yam temple. The hike is not too taxing but there are a few steep bits near the falls. Bring your swimming gear.

Sun Oct 19: TBA

Saturday Oct 25: Shek Pik to Tai O
Led by: Jenny 9804 2172
Meet: 9.30am at Lantau Ferry Pier (in Central) to catch the 9.40am ferry to Mui Wo
Walking Time: 6 hours
Description: From Mui Wo, we'll take the bus to Shek Pik reservoir. The walk is long but flat and follows the coast of South West Lantau to the picturesque village of Tai O. The walk crosses yellow sand beaches and we'll go via the Qing Dynasty Fan Lau Fort built to guard the Pearl River Estuary from Pirates.

Hiking (almost) every week! More hikes coming soon.

David, Kim and Lipp are preparing hikes for us!


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Hiking Recommendations

Please always bring plenty of water, sun protection and a snack. Also, in very bad weather or high air pollution, the hike may be cancelled. If in doubt call the hike leader. It if rains, we usually go anyway although we may change the route. 

Note that whatever the actual walking time, with travel and eating a meal afterwards, these hikes usually end up taking most of the day so don't expect to be back home until late afternoon/early evening unless specifically mentioned!!


Join these hikes only at your own risk. The hike leader and those connected to this group and this website may not be held responsible for the safety or well-being of anyone who chooses to join these hikes.

A typical group (from left): Kathy, Jasmina, Angela, Ann, Dennis, Trisna, Mark and Kai.

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