In the fourth episode on the Lantau trail, we take on sections seven, eight and nine in a 23 KM hike. A dramatic secluded coast walk that will surprise anyone. Discover rare old farming communities and deserted villages. Isolated beaches, an old fort, challenging paths and more wondering cows. D J Clark makes his way from Tai O to Shui Hau.
In the third episode on the Lantau trail we take on sections five and six. An escape from the crowds along an open ridge. An idyllic fishing village with much to explore. Hidden temples, wandering cows, stilted houses, and peaks galore all this and much much more as D J Clark makes his way from Sham Wat Road to Tai O.
In the second episode on the Lantau trail we take on sections three and four. Epic views from Hong Kong’s second tallest peak. An up and down and all around this walk has something for everyone. Big Buddha’s, giant sculptures, the occasional cow and a peak to rival all others.
In the first of a new series covering the much overlooked Lantau Long Trail we take on sections one and two. Sections one is a simple road walk from Mui Wo up to Nam Shan. Here you leave the road and start a long climb up to Sunset peak on section two before descending down to the Tung Chung road.
The 70 km Lantau trail takes you on a loop from Mui Wo West over Sunset and Lantau peaks before a ridge walk to Tai O. From there you follow the coast around the south of the island back to Mui Wo.
This episode of Drone and Phone will bring us to picturesque Santorini-like Huaniao Island in Zhoushan. Here you can feast on idyllic vintage sceneries and ideal manned beauty in the meantime, fit for both tranquility seekers and honeymooners alike.
In the last of five recommended Hong Kong walks we a hike 13 KM loop, starting at the Bride’s pool, making our way to Sam A Wan before crossing over to the old Hakka village of Lai Chi Wo. On the way back we climb the Tiu Tang Lung path before cutting back and returning to the the Bride’s pool. Thanks to Jurgen Looman for the recommendation and for coming along to show us the way and help us film.
This episode of Drone and Phone will take us to Shengshan Island of Zhoushan. We will together probe into an eerie abandoned village under trees and vines, the formidable and uncanny artwork of nature, and experience the easternmost inhabited island of Zhejiang Province.
In the fourth of recommended Hong Kong walks we hike 8 KM around the small island of Ap Lei Chau, starting along the promenades of Ap Lei Chau park and South Horizons and then working our way up to the hill above the Lei Tung estate before ascending Yuk Kwai Shan also known as Mount Johnston. From the top we take the steep rope decent down to a sand causeway and over to the islet of Ap Lei Pei, which we cross to the southern most point. Thanks to Tata Mataganas for the recommendation.
This episode of Drone and Phone will lead you to Gouqi Island of Zhoushan. Here an expansive sea farm of mussels, blocks of blue houses in a fairytale village and a magnificent seascape view from an even more magnificent peak are waiting for you to savor.
In the third of recommended Hong Kong walks we take on a 16 KM hike starting in Way Shing Tsuen and climbing slowly to Kai Kung Long before walking the ridge along and down to Fan Jam Road. Crossing the road we then head up the second ridge of the Lam Tsuen Country park all the way to Tai to Yan before a final ridge walk and decent to Wan Fung Yuen.