The HKOutsider Community

HKOutsider is a community of outdoor enthusiasts, we organise community activities  which include day&night off-trail Hikes, Coasteering and Stream Trekking with a view to make adventure accessible to all. We also arrange canyoning, rock climbing and multi discipline adventure days for community members looking for something a little more extreme. Our goal is to show people an alternative Hong Kong. We want to challenge you to extend your comfort zone, overcome personal boundaries and improve overall well-being. Not to mention, have a great deal of fun and develop new friendships. 

To start off, we ask new members to do a beginner activity that we organise regularly, usually a scrambling hike or entry level stream hike or coasteering. This is for us to get to know your experience, fitness and skill level before inviting you on more technical activities that are appropriate for your experience. Not to worry we organise events for all skill levels as long as you have some basic Hiking experience. You can see what activities are available in our booking section. Anything with a beginner level will work for you and perhaps Intermediate depending on activity. If you feel you have good experience, please reach out to us for a chat. Please understand, we are just looking out for you and the group's safety. By the way our beginner hikes are still quite adventurous and you are sure to have a great time, no matter your experience level.

 

As a community we are primarily focused on bringing individuals together in a club format rather than being an adventure business. The community is free to join, however most of our regular activities require a fee. We are doing this in order to maintain the quality of your experience. Our community is continually expanding, it is essential we have the right people, processes and safety initiatives in place to accommodate this growth. Many activities will be free in order to make our adventures accessible for all and a portion of any profits will be donated to Hong Kong environmental causes.

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