In the third episode of Hike Your Hike, we are joined by Dan Canavan for what DJ thinks is one of Hong Kong’s best kept secrets. The Yellow Dragon is not for everyone though. It’s steep, tough, and at times dangerous. Check out how DJ and Dan got on as they set out to tame the dragon. Map bellow:
Perched 3000 meters above sea level, the Tiger’s Nest is one of Bhutan’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s a good three-hour trek to make it up the 900-meter climb at high altitude. Not one to be missed if you’re lucky enough to get the visa to Bhutan.
Last in the series of our photography challenge, Nick with his full DSLR kit takes on DJ with just a drone and phone. They head out into the countryside to shoot down a river at dawn and then over to an octagon village. Who has the best picture? Let us know in the comments below.
Fourth in the Snap Scrap series and DJ and Nick head out of Hong Kong to Zhaoqing, just a one and half hour fast train away. Short travel time, but a completely different landscape with an old walled city and a classic Chinese park to photograph. Who gets the best picture? Watch and let us know in the comments.
Third in the series, DJ and Nick photograph the Aberdeen Harbor in the early light before heading up to Victoria Peak for sunset. Two classic Hong Kong tourist spots, but can either of them get a unique view with their cameras?
Second in the series of the Drone and Phone Snap Scrap, DJ and Nick take the boat out to Grass Island to battle once more. Who has the better picture— Pro photographer Nick with his big Nikon or DJ sporting a drone and phone?
In the last episode of our Korea series DJ and Yoon get up at 5.30 to climb above the clouds and look out from Chiaksan Mountain. It’s just two hours from Seoul and a welcome retreat from the crowds. You can also check out Yoon’s stories here: Part 1: http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?u…… Part 2: http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?u……
DJ and Yoon move off the mountains and over to the coast to take on a short section of the 770-kilometer Haeparang coastal trail. You can also check out Yoon’s stories here: Part 1: http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?u… Part 2: http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?u…
In the first of a new series DJ starts in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, where he goes on a long run to acquaint himself with the layout of the city, while reminiscing about tackling the tallest peak, the Hallasan volcano. Check out other videos of the mount Hallasan HERE
In the last in their Guizhou series, DJ and Jack start on the Chishui River where they find rapids a little too strong for them. After drying off, they hop on motorbike taxis to go inland away from the crowds where they find more waterfalls and a charming little village. Check out other videos of Chishui River HERE