CUAAHK Tung Lung Chau Island Winter Hike | Saturday, Dec 19 2020
To enjoy the best weather for the hikes in Hong Kong, join us for another off-beat hike trip to a different ‘Secret Island’, also known as the ‘Climber’s Paradise’ (for what it offers to the rock climbers), Tung Lung Chau Island, on Sunday, December 6, 2020.
|Event Title:||Tung Lung Chau Island Winter Hike|
|Date:||Saturday, Dec 19 2020|
|Time:||10:00am - 5:00pm (including ferry) There are earlier ferry options also|
|Location:||Tung Lung Chau Island|
|RSVP:||RSVP on this page|
Meeting Time: 10.00 am (Ferry departs 10.30 am sharp and the queue starts building up, so please be on time)
Meeting Location: Sai Wan Ho Pier
This will be a moderate hike where we start and finish at the Tung Lung Chau piers. En route, we intend to check out the Tung Lung Chau Fort, built between 1662 and 1722 by order of Yang Lin, Viceroy of Guangdong and Guangxi, the fascinating 3000 year old historical carvings and rock formations, while walking with the views of azure blue waters and access to hidden beaches. The hike will take approximately 4 hours. After the hike, we will have options to have a late lunch snack (~ HKD 150 pp, cash only). Lunch is optional and can be swapped with chilled beers as well. We will catch the 5.30 pm (if not the 4 PM one) ferry back to Sai Wan Ho.
Return journey - HK $55 (cash only)
Hike Map and details:
Tung Lung Chau drone video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zt0fxMiZIg
Please confirm attendance by RSVP on our CUAAHK event page and feel free to post any questions on the event page or the Columbia Hiking Whatsapp Group ( https://chat.whatsapp.com/HROoxq0Sk8KFRenGbGFhqj ). We’ll be adding more pictures of the meeting point at the pier on the FB Event page and the Columbia Hiking Whatsapp Group
Please contact Jas (+852-5166-0020) if you encounter problems on the day of the event.
Please wear comfortable hiking shoes, sunscreen and appropriate outdoor gear (hike poles optional). Don’t forget to carry ample water, snacks and cash.
As a portion of the hike is an uphill trek, we do not recommend bringing strollers or children under 7 years old.
Please monitor the weather conditions and prepare accordingly. You can carry a rain poncho to be on the safer side, as we also realized during our last hike ;)