Walk on 1st September 2013 - Double Deer Stream


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Location Distance Duration Elevation Difficulty

Double Deer Stream

Sai Kung East Country Park

About 10 km


6-1/2 hours


Lowest: 0m
Highest: abt. 300m
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Sai Kung Bus Terminal (10:30am)  >  Sai Wan Pavilion  >  Sai Wan Beach  >  Double Deer Stream  > Luk Wu Country Trail  >  exit near Lady MacLehose Holiday Village  


This coming Sunday, September 1, 2013, we are going to have a two-boots stream trekking at Double Deer, Sai Kung East Country Park. We will meet at 10:30am at Sai Kung bus terminal (near water fountain). From there, we will share taxi directly to Sai Wan Pavilion to start our walk. After reaching Sai Wan Beach, we will follow the stream on the beach where is the entrance of Double Deer.  There is shady path along the stream and also a waterfall there.  Of course, many big & deep rock pools which will be good for a dip before catching the country trail back to Pak Tam Road near Lady MacLehose Holiday Village.  Buses will be available there for Sai Kung Town or Diamond Hill MTR Station.

Bushwhacking will be involved. Please show up with full gears, 2 litres water, lunch, snacks, gloves, headlight and swim wear but no cigarette. If it is raining hard or thunderstorms are threatening, the walk may be cancelled. If in doubt, call the trampers hotline at 8209 0517 in the morning.



People join this walk at their own risks.  I shall not be held responsible in any way for any injury or death incurred or any loss or damage to personal property caused due to whatever causes including, but not limited to, negligence, neglect, errors of judgment and inadequate orientation skill on my part.  The fact that you show up at the time and place on the day to join the walk is an implication that you have agreed to and accepted unconditionally this disclaimer.



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