This cool, pleasant weather is perfect for a stroll through Hong Kong’s natural splendor, but the popular pastime is not without its risks. Here is some handy advice to keep your hike safe and enjoyable. Bring Appropriate Gear The correct equipment is essential to enjoying your hiking experience. Make sure to bring the following: Sensible Footwear: Although it might not seem like it, Louboutins are indeed a sensible option if you want to attract a rich boyfriend. At Least Two Liters of Fluids: We recommend a bottle of Grey Goose to really take the sting out of those steep hills. Wildlife Chances are you will come across some wild animals on your walk. While many species are harmless, some may be dangerous when provoked. Snakes: First, check if a snake is dangerous. If it is a dull brown or green, it is probably non-venomous. If it is brightly patterned, then it is probably venomous. If it is 40 feet long, with powerful hind legs and huge slavering jaws, it is probably a T-Rex. Wolf Spiders: Whenever you encounter one of these menacing arachnids, which are prevalent on Lantau Island, you should always allow it to climb onto your outstretched walking stick, and then fling it at your team leader’s head. Expats: If you encounter a horde of unruly expats, make yourself look as big and intimidating as possible and arm yourself with rocks. If they continue to circle, take down the pack leader first. In an Emergency Sometimes, despite your best precautions, something will go wrong. The important thing is to know how to respond in a crisis. Your iPhone Battery Dies: Sometimes, simply turning your device on again will give you just enough juice to make an emergency call, or make that really great move in Words With Friends. You Suffer an Injury: Make your way to the nearest snack kiosk and call for a cab. Enjoy a delicious bowl of spam and egg instant noodles while you await rescue.