Great!⛱ It’s summer hence summer is the hardest season when you’re planning to climb mountains and doing some adventures. But as i planned, i supposedly climb the highest mountain of Hongkong during winter neither spring. For the reason that i the sea clouds forming, and the frost and not being exhausted.
Tai mo shan is the highest mountain in Hongkong with an altitude of 957masl.Next is the Lantau peak and succeeded by sunset Peak.
How we started?🤔
There are a lot of options how to get here but i am sure the way we went is the easiest and views are everywhere.
🗻bring 2-3L of water during summer(there’s nowhere to get some extras;bring light snacks
⛰extra shirts/hiking poles
🗻tent(optional) but it is the best view you can stay for overnight
🐒beware to the Monkeys
How to get there🇵🇭
➡️Get off in Tsuen Wan mtr exit A or B and get a Mini bus 82/ kmb 51 in shiu Wo Street⬇️
Prepare yourselves and get ready to roar➰
My eyes caught by these Huge Trees and it refreshens my mind.
…..continue the trail until you will reach the road turning in to your left.no worries you won’t get lost ‘coz that is the last trail prior you climb up the road and take the right way down(leading to Lead Mine Pass)not the upper road. Just take always the Wilson trail.Read the signage.if you want to drop by in Main dam you may Do so..
🗻two main roads but still take the Wilson trail Not the Ahing Mun Reservoir,okees!
from the road you were standing at is maclehose 7 which is bound to Tai Po.
And in front of you is now the trail where you arw going.Maclehose 8, Tai mo shan.i guess it takes for the beginner for 4 hours including taking Photos. Since mw and my buddy gotta late to start on we only took 2 hrs to climb including Photos and videos and rest.Som climbers thought we would climb for 2 1/2 hrs. Yey we didn’t🤗
It is all about stairs and rocks.
⛰During the climb:
Take out your cameras and videos buddy🤗
⛰trees. Burned trees😭
⛰⬇️ i don’t know what kind of building is this.abandoned:
🗻the top yey!🤗