- 500 ml - 1 L of Water (Depending on the weather situation)
- Light-Weight & Vivid Color Clothing
- Sturdy Hiking Shoes (as it gets to slippery when the trail is wet)
- Hiking Pole (optional)
- Thin and light weight wind breaker jacket (as it get to foggy and windy always)
- 1 Power Bar (for a snack)
- Camera (just to document your own expedition here)
- Compact First Aid Kit (hope you won't need 'em, but.... just in case).
- Sun Protection (sun glasses, sun screen...etc. as the trail gets to expose during summer).
|That foggy mountain up ahead is your mission...Good Luck!|
Take the route to the right and locate the weekend Garden Tea House
(They serve vegetarian dishes as well)
|Turn Left and in just minutes, you will see the Garden Tea House.|
|Whichever path you choose...it will eventually lead you towards this area.|
The Nei Lak Shan main entry point.
|After a few minutes of hike, you will see this fork again! As you can see, there's a tiny Trail Board Map on the right side (this will serve as your Entry & Exit Point) go on have a look and probably take a photo of the map for future references.|
|Eventually, whichever you choose here will serve as Entry/Exit area. In this case I took the route (B) and locate the Nei Lak Shan Viewing Compass.|
|Here is the Viewing Compass at Nei Lak Shan and it will serve as your|
starting area to go uphill and summit Nei Lak Shan.
(The location where I'm standing while I took this photo is the exact area to begin your ascend).
|As I mentioned earlier, the trail is 95% natural...I meant this!|
Be cautious during wet season as it gets to slippery up here.
|(working on my way up at the summit...)|
|This is the Summit Marker of Nei Lak Shan.|
|Please pay serious attention on this warning sign which is erected along the trail because there's an electricity buried underneath the ground and it is said to be very high in voltage...so beware!|
|The red arrow is pointing at your safe-way and the location where you can end your adventure.|
|Take the route to the left and it will lead you back the Tiny Trail Map.|