This entry gate is located near the Shek Pik Reservoir and this service to many hiking trail locations.
|WARM UP SECTION|
This tarmac pathway will serves as your warm-up while locating the main entrance of Tiger Roar Trail. Just walk along the water catchment and the BBQ section until you reach the Entry Point.
Pass through the metal railing and the adventure begins.
You will need to follow the "Gutter" all the way to the end until you reach the first Dry Stream climb.
|This will be your first obstacle to endure on this trail and you need to negotiate through the clearly marked climbing section 'til you reach the top.|
|This part of the trail has no over hanging ribbons, just work your way up dry stream.|
|The 1st Wall Corridor and it is clearly marked (in red triangle) now for you to venture easily. Take a bit of rest here and refresh yourself or maybe eat your favorite fruit (^_^)|
|Clearly marked sections where you can climb uphill and the best choice is the RED section even though BLUE & YELLOW are relatively easy section...but you are more likely to drop a stone on the climber behind you because the rocks are very loose.|
|The 2nd Corridor|
Again, because of the obvious reasons...you need to work your way uphill and follow the dry stream.
This part of the trail of the trail is wet (specially the red section) so you need to be careful not to slip or you will experience hard and painful fall. Try negotiating through the yellow path if it works best for you!
Finally, you reach the base of the "Rock River" and this is the OPEN ZONE after battling your way out through the "Dry Stream" Jungle.
|Look back and see the place where you've been thru... It's breath taking isn't it?!|
you will definitely get a great view during clear sky.
|This Photo was taken at the Summit of River Rock while looking down at the other Hikers as they try to reach the top.|
Enjoy Hiking and Leave No Trace!