Tag Archives: Waterfalls

Walkin’ on Knife’s Edge.. Tai To Yan and Tai Mo Shan Waterfalls

Full set of pictures here. I thought I had hiked and/or run pretty much all the trails that Hong Kong has to offer but I had no idea that I was missing the thrill of running along the ridge of a Knife’s Edge. And by that I mean, Tai To Yan which is supposed to … Continue reading


Shui Lo Chu Waterfalls

As far as waterfalls in Hong Kong go, my top three favorites are (a) Wong Lung Hang (b) Shui Lo Chu (c) Nam Chung pools/Double Deer stream in Sai Kung. We had some good rain yesterday, so it was time to do a leisurely waterfalls hike today. The route we chose was awesome: (A) Tung … Continue reading


Hiking, 2009-06-07, Shui Lo Chu waterfalls

Hiking pictures are here. The brave ones: Despite Francis’ deadly threat of stripping down to his underpants for a swim, an unbelievably large number of psychologically strong Trampers (close to 40!) joined today, putting utmost faith in the powers of the Shui Lo Chu waters to cleanse their minds of any lasting impression of that … Continue reading


2009-06-07, Shui Lo Chu Pools

2009-06-07, Shui Lo Chu Pools Written by Vince, *excludes traveling time Shui Lo Chu Hong Kong is probably best known for its high end (and freezing) shopping malls but few would know that it is also home to some spectacular waterfalls. We will meet at 10.30 am at Tung Chung MTR outside the turnstile near … Continue reading


Hiking, 2008-08-10, Waterfalls

Fantastic hike. Pictures here. Warning: The geographical names and locations mentioned in this report may not be accurate. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ll probably get lost if you use this as reference to duplicate the hike! 16 of us met at 11AM in Tsuen Wan MTR station for an Alex-led hike that promised … Continue reading


Hiking, 2008-06-09, Landslide inspection

Pictures here. Appointed by Donald Tsang himself (really!), we went to inspect the landslides in Lantau. Pretty messy! The waterfalls were stronger than ever and many trees had been uprooted by the June 7th record rainfall. Having reached Ngong Ping after a 20KM walk, we discovered that the road connection between that part of Lantau … Continue reading