Black’s Link to Aberdeen Reservoirs: Sunday 12 February 2023

An easy hike commencing at Black’s link and progressing along HK Trail Section 4 before descending through the Aberdeen Country Park via the upper and lower Aberdeen Reservoirs to Aberdeen. Suitable for anyone with reasonable fitness as there are no big climbs! Camelias and Gordonias are in bloom and a few Chinese New Year’s Bells […]


Shing Mun Reservoir: Sunday 19 February 2023

Right around the Reservoir - circumnavigate Shing Mun Reservoir Sunday 19th February 2023 Until the mid-1600’s the area around the reservoir was a dense forest with very few inhabitants. A loyal follower of the Ming emperor Li Wanrong controlled Kowloon and the Northern New Territories, erected a fortress in the lower part of the valley, […]


Yuen Long: Nam Sang Wai for waders and wetland birds

Nam Sang Wai – Waders and wetland Birds Sunday 26 February 2023 An almost flat walk, it begins and ends at Yuen Long MTR Station. We will walk for about 15 minutes from the station to reach the only river-crossing wooden ferry, which is still operating in Hong Kong. Please bring small change ($7) to […]


Pineapple gorge, Ha Pak Nai : Saturday 11th March 2023

Outing to Pineapple Gorge and Ha Pak Nai. Saturday 11 March 2023. A scenic hike to visit the Mini Grand Canyon north of Tuen Mun. We will travel by hired bus to the outer area of Tuen Mun and then slowly walk up the somewhat steep path leading to the gorge (Total ascent 250m). Part […]

$130 – $160

Talk on Snakes of Hong Kong

Talk on Snakes of Hong Kong by William Sargent Saturday, 29th April 2023 Pui O, Lantau We are pleased to invite you to a talk about our local snakes by the well known snake expert William Sargent. William is a long-term Hong Kong resident with over 30 years of snake handling experience in Hong Kong, […]


Visit to T-Park

Visit to T-Park Sunday, 30 April 2023 Hong Kong produces a vast amount of sewage sludge every day – 1200 tons - equal to the weight of 171 elephants! It is not possible to just dispose of this at the landfill – so the solution is to burn it at a high temperature of 850C. […]