In the fourth episode of the Hong Kong’s Toughest Walks series, DJ, Jack, and Dan are conquering endless steps to get from Stanley up the Twins and Violet Hill before taking in an art exhibition at Parkview. There’s also Mount Butler and the amazing view to look forward to at Jardine’s Lookout before a final decent to the Tai Tam Reservoir and Tai Tam Mound fall.
In the third episode of the Hong Kong’s Toughest Walks series, DJ and Jack hike up Sharp Peak taking the long way in from Ko Lau Wan.
In the second of the Hong Kong’s Toughest Walks series, DJ and Jack take on The Hunchbacks and try to reach the summit of Ma On Shan.
In the first of a new Challenge Drone and Phone series, DJ and Jack scramble up Hong Kong’s second tallest peak along Dog’s Teeth ridge.
In the final episode of the Batanes Islands series, DJ and Don stop looking at the electric blue waters and dive in instead, to explore what’s below the surface. They start with a snorkel around the Marine Park before DJ gets scubaed up and takes a deep dive.
In the fourth episode of the Batanes Islands series, DJ and Don board a boat and head off across rough seas to Itbayat. There they discover a relatively untouched island with stunning rock formations and cliffs.
In the second episode of the Batanes Islands series, DJ and Don split-up to explore. DJ heads 1,000 meters up to the summit of Most Iraya on a five-hour trek, while Don takes on the more arduous task of seeing what fine dining Basco has to offer.
In the second of the Batanes Islands series, DJ and Don put on their life jackets and sail over to Sabtang island. During their short trip they manage a short hike, a look around a stone village and a lunch at the iconic arch at Morong beach.
In the first of a new series on the islands of Batanes, DJ travels to Batan Island to take on a 500-meter tall volcano before getting lost looking for a lighthouse. Don Lejano from inquirer.net, our Asia News Network partners, joins him for the adventure.
In the final walk recommended by our viewers, we return to Discovery Bay. This time to take a cruel 16km hike over two ridges in a half circle that brings us back to the coast at Mui Wo.