One of my Regular Routes

Introduction

One of the great things about living in the New Territories of Hong Kong is that you are never far away from a country hike. When you don’t have the time for a country hike, there are a lot of alternatives.

For example, the Lam Tsuen River runs the length of Tai Po, and this is one of my regular routes. I probably walk along a section of the river every day. The following photos are from several of these walks.

Tai Po and the Lam Tsuen River

I never get bored walking along the river because there is always something to see. Sometimes it’s the people you come across.

This old gentleman, wrapped up against the cold was playing his ErHu
Fishing boats moored along the river
The chilly overcast weather didn’t deter these anglers
These egrets are a common sight along the Lam Tsuen River

As I have a self-imposed target of 5 kilometres a day, it is easy to reach that minimum strolling along at a gentle pace. And, as there are bridges at several locations along the path, it is easy to cross over for a different view. There is always something to see and plenty of seats and benches if you want to take a break.

If you want to go further, the Waterfront Park is a short distance away and, it is always worth a visit. You can see more information on the park here.

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Abbie Barnes

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you enjoyed this post. Please feel free to leave a comment and, if you would like us to publish an adventure of yours, you can send it to stewartgoeswalkies@gmail.com

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Published by stewartgoeswalkies

Happily married man to a wonderful lady. Living in Hong Kong. In my younger days I enjoyed hiking, camping and rock climbing. I've trekked in the Himalayas and climbed Mt. Kinabalu in East Malaysia.

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