Monthly Archives: February 2016

Going behind the scenes of the Drone and Phone series D J Clark gets technical and reveals the secrets behind how he makes the Drone and Phone series. As it turns out – with a drone and phone!

Hong Kong Trail Sections 7 & 8 The last two sections of the Hong Kong trail are very different. The first, a long flat walk tracing the coastline of Tai Tam bay with sweeping views and a beach at the end to lunch and swim. The next section a tough climb t start, followed by a spectacular ridge walk before descending slowly through woods to Big Wave bay. It’s the longest and toughest of the walks in this series but well worth the effort. Take a bus or ferry to the north end of Tai Tum Tuk Reservoir Dam then look for the sign to the trail on your right about 100m up the road. Follow the path with the stream on your left and the bay on your right for around 6 KM until you reach a small beach. From there you turn left at the sign post for…

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EP8 – The Hong Kong Trail Sections 5 & 6 Section 5 of the Hong Kong trail boasts views that would be hard to beat anywhere in the world. It’s a steep climb, first up to Jardine’s lookout and then to Mount Butler but the path is wide open for most of the way with sweeping city panorama’s on your left and mountains and reservoirs to your right. Section six is an easy decent through the lush Tai Tam valley as you weave through the four reservoirs on your way down to Tai Tam road. Find Tai Tam reservoir road, just past the cricket club on Wong Nai Chung Gap road and head up till you see a big sign for the Hong Kong and Wilson Trails. The two trails run together for the first part as you make your way up to Jardine’s lookout. Bear right where the two trails part…

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EP7 – The Hong Kong Trail Sections 3 & 4 Hong Kong Island is split in half by a series of ridges. On the north side facing Victoria harbor lies one of the world’s most densely populated cities. On the south just over the hill lies thick forests with muddy paths that you can walk in solitude. There is nowhere where you can feel this parallel world more, than on sections three and four of the Hong Kong trail. Section three is a flat wooded walk that loops along the contours of a steep incline. Section four is more open with stunning views across the south of the island. Start in Aberdeen along the promenade then make you way through the town to Peel Rise which takes you through a cemetery to the junction of sections two and tree. Continue up the track looking out for a sign for the…

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