Middle Dog Teeth()

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17 June 2001

Lantau

Trip Description

Dog Teeth Range, Kau Nga Ling (), is one of the famous hiking trail. This trail is absolutely not for beginners. Its perils and intriguing scenery earn the fame.
It lies on the south of Lautau Peak. Since there is no tall object on your south, you can enjoy the great beauty of Southern Lantau while hiking.
As its name suggests, the Dog Teeth Range looks like dog teeth in term of shape and sharpness. One should take great care in attempting the trail.
This range composes of three ranges. They are West (Cyan in map), Middle (Blue in map) and East (Magenta in map) Dog Teeth Range. This page will bring you to the Middle Dog Teeth.

Location 1
Altitude : 215M

Description : This is the entrance of the Middle Dog Teeth. There is no obvious sign indicating the entrance. It pops out as an opening in the bushes. One could look for a pair of red ribbons (pointed by Green arrows in the picture) in the bushes. The ribbons guards the entrance of the trail.
Location 2
Altitude : 330M

Description : After dashing in the bushes and forest for a while, you will come back to an open area. Please be prepared to encounter sheer slopes ahead.
Location 3
Altitude : 365M

Description : This is Shek Pik Reservoir(۾).
Location 4
Altitude : 495M

Description : This big rock is painted with (Middle Dog Teeth).
Location 5
Altitude : 640M

Description : This is the location where Middle Dog Teeth meets West Dog Teeth. There is a 5M tall cliff standing at the junction. This is called Cliff of Lone Tree (@V). This is so-called because there was a lonely tree sitting right next to the cliff. In my last visit, the tree disappeared.
Description : Looking back from the Cliff of Lone Tree, you can get a overview of the whole Middle Dog Teeth.