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Hong Kong is renowned city in the world. It is situated in south-east Asia and the southern apex of China. It is often regarded as an
international finance center and a business metropolis. What has not
mentioned is its beautiful wilderness and nature.
The climate in Hong Kong is distinct for the four seasons. In spring,
the humidity is high and wild life is attractive. In summer, the weather is
hot but the streams, waterfalls and natural pools are abundant with
water for swimming. In autumn, the air is
fresh and drier so as to enjoy hiking and camping outdoor. In winter,
can be bitterly cold but it is good for different sorts of exciting
Hong Kong is divided into four main regions: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon,
New Territories and the outlying islands. The biggest outlying island is
Lantau Island, at which the second highest peak (933m) situated. Other
islands include Lamma Island, Eastern Peng Chau and Tung Lung Island.
There are four main hiking trails in Hong Kong: 1) the 100km Maclehose
running in the east-west direction in the New Territories, 2) the 70km
Trail in Lantau Island, 3) the 50 km Hong Kong Island Trail and 4) the
Wilson Trail, running in a south-north direction, crossing different
areas on Hong Kong Island, in Kowloon and the New Territories.
Besides the four main hiking trails, there are in fact a lot of
and most beautiful adventure routes that are hidden inside. In Hong
there are over 100 streams which you can trek along. Many of them are un-doubtfully attractive for their great waterfalls, crystal-clean
natural pools and the very peaceful environment. You can imagine that you were
Robertson, exploring the untamed beauty of the nature here. Other than the streams, Hong Kong is surrounded by many coastlines. You can trek along
the coast, admiring the unbeaten sea view and hearing natural sounds of
In the HK Adventurer homepage, we intend to introduce the most hidden,
yet most beautiful or breath-taking adventure routes in Hong Kong. We
know our list is incomplete but our determination of exploring this region is unlimited.