Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong
Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong
Mark Agnew
Opinion

Opinion

View From The Edge by Mark Agnew

The worst people to meet on the trails, from litter bugs to groups loudly playing Bluetooth speakers

  • We each love to enjoy the city’s trails in our own way, but some hikers and runners thrust their enjoyment upon others with Bluetooth speakers
  • All trail users have seen and cursed them, and probably do not want to admit that they have been them as well

Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong
Feeding the wildlife, so they become habitulised, or even dependent, on humans is among the worst trait of trail users. Photo: Felix Wong
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Mark Agnew

Mark Agnew

Mark Agnew joined the Post in 2017 to capture the booming extreme sports scene in Hong Kong. He has been involved in outdoor and extreme sports his whole life. Since living in Hong Kong, his interest has expanded to endurance sports, including ultra-running and long distances ocean rowing.