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Upcoming Hikes

SATURDAY, Aug 27, 2016: X Mystery Twilight Jaunt
Led by: Jenny Tel:  9804 2172
Meet: 5 pm inside Admiralty MTR - next to PRET
Time:  2 hours perhaps
Description: It's a mystery (that's gradually being unsolved)

Sun, Sept 4, 2016: Junk Trip
Organised by: Amanda
Meet: 9:30 am at University MTR station (It's the one immediately before 'Tai Po Market' Station on the East Rail Line.  Please DO NOT mix it up with 'HKU' Station, which is on the Hong Kong Island line.)
Description: We'll go aboard a junk in the morning and make a tour around the beautiful islands in the north-eastern part of Hong Kong. Remember to bring your swimming suit as we will definitely stop somewhere to swim. We may also take the opportunity to explore some of the islands after swimming. So, please bring along with you a pair of sandals good enough for walking along the shore. Food and drinks are NOT provided, so please bring whatever you need to survive the whole day. I'll divide the junk hire charge among the number of people who ACTUALLY show up. So, feel free to bring your friends along, but you need to book your places in advance. To book your place, or for more information, please email Amanda.

Sun, Sept 11, 2016: Tai Shui Hang (Ma Dai) Stream, Ma On Shan area
Led by: Keith Tel/Whatsapp:  6050 2268
Meet: 9:45 am at Tai Shui Hang MTR station, exit B
Time:  5+ hours
Description: This is a big stream with lots of giant boulders and plenty of fun places to swim. The highlight is Hero Falls, which has a very deep pool beneath it. Bring your goggles or mask and snorkel as the water is usually clear and you can see all the way to the bottom. Frequent boulder hopping and non-technical rock climbing is necessary. Be prepared to get your feet wet.

SATURDAY, Sep 17, 2016: Sam A Chung snorkeling, coast and 2 streams treks
Led by: Keith Tel/Whatsapp:  6050 2268
Meet: 9:30 am at Tai Po MTR exit opposite to the coffee shop.
Time:  6 hours
Description: We shall start from the Bride's pool bus terminus and walk to the source of Sam Ah Chung and do a down-stream trek along its lower course until it hits the sea. At its river mouth where fresh and salt water meet we shall skin-dive to watch corals, fishes, crabs and curious marine creatures . Moving eastwards with a coast trek along the rugged shore, we shall hit Ma Niu Shui and start an upstream climb to a waterfall to rinse our salty body with fresh water. Entering the Ma Niu Ho stream course with some bushy parts, we shall move north to join the Sheung and Ha Mui Tin paths returning to the bus terminus. Bring enough water, gloves, a mask and a snorkel (optional). Recommend to wear shoes while wading waters to prevent cuts from possible sharp edges hidden underwater. Waterproof backpack optional. Hikers will be responsible for their own safety.

Sun, Sept 18, 2016: No hike today because of the Saturday hike. See previous.

Sun, Sept 25, 2016: Details to follow soon..

Sun, Oct 2, 2016: Details to follow soon..

Sun, Oct 9, 2016: Details to follow soon..

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

If you have any requests for hikes you would like to do, please let us know.

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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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