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We visited this desert in the month of april. Overall you could say the best time to visit are our wintermonths november to april. The place is considered the hottest place on earth, measured by Nasa. They registered 70 degrees celcius in our summer!
Usually the best time to visit Scotland is from mid April till the end of May but you can be lucky and experience good weather all year round. April is great with the patches of snow, brown grass and blue sky contrast whereas in August you can experience nice green/pink colors. Can be crowded during weekends with good weather but it is still memorable experience.
Open from May 15 to November 15 from dusk til dawn. Best time to visit is either spring or fall during the week. You will have the place to your self! If you go through out the summer (or any weekend) head up early morning, it starts to get busier around noon.
Monthly Weather: Average temperatures in C°: Weather - Morton, Ontario
This hike through the gorge can be done at low water level only. After heavy rainfall, the Apsley River is flooded. Check the weather forecast first. Don't hike through the gorge if there is much rain forecasted. Even roads can get flooded. One day after our hike in November 16 we experienced flooded roads, closed trails, and landslides. A couple of trails got destroyed.
The Apsley River waterhole is popular for swimming in the summer. We saw several people having a look to the waterhole, but none of them hiked the trail through the gorge. It’s still a hidden gem compared to Freycinet.
Pleasant temps around 20° C in the summer from December to March. Nights can be cold. More precipitation in summer. Warmest month on average is January. Winter with mild temps on average around 5-13° C. Frost is not common. In general, the eastern part of Tasmania is much drier than the western. Bear in mind it’s Tasmania rain can always occur.
The best months to visit Hong Kong's trails are October to April since the northern summer means monsoon. Most pleasant temps from October to December although, the clearest months are also the coldest from December to February. Keep in mind that Hong Kong is very busy during the Western and Chinese holidays. The Dragon's Back and other parts of the Hong Kong Trail are best done during the week. Usually, weekends are crowded, especially at Shek O Beach where the trail ends.
Weather by Seasons in Hong Kong
- Dry Season
The driest months are October to March, although rain already returns in March and temps start to rise again. The very best months especially if you come to Hong Kong for hiking are October to the beginning of December due to the pleasant temps; on average around 25°C / 77°F in October. November is already cooler and from mid- December to February daily temps are below 20°C / 68°F and nights can be chilly around 14°C / 57°F. The colder temps are the reason for fewer clouds, clear skies. However, be prepared for a shower.
- Rainy Season
The rainy season starts in April but most precipitation from May to September while June until September are the hottest months with high humidity. Thunderstorms occur frequently and be aware of typhoons in September. Temps during summer are on average around 30°C / 86°F. Bring a swimsuit and towel and go swimming at one of the many beaches around.
Crowds on the Dragons Back Trail
If you can't start early, the trail is packed with people. However, many walk until the Dragon's Back viewing point only and back. From here the trail is less frequented and makes even more fun. Visitors hike the trail in either direction, but most start at To Tei Wan. If possible avoid weekends. Hiking is pretty popular by the Hong Kong residents.
Hiking to Widgery Cross and Brad Tor is almost always possible even in changeable weather. This short hike is a "hidden gem" and not marked. Best visited and more impressive at the magic hour before sunset if the Dartmoor weather allows a blue sky and sunshine. Avoid hiking here in May during the huge Ten Tors event. Check out the details here.
There isn't any sign for the walk or the car park. The reason that not many people walk to the cross. We marked the minor road on the map which leads to the parking site. Coming from Tavistock or Lydford Gorge on A 386, after the Dartmoor Inn (they offer delicious local meals) on the right before the farm stall on the left turn right into a gravel road. Shortly afterward you have to pass a gate, and after roughly 200 meters you get to the car park which is for free. For more information make a stop at the farm stall. They offer the best beef pasty and a good coffee. The owner provides you with lots of information and pictures for hiking in the nearby surroundings. It’s also one of the car parks for the famous Ten Tors hike. Each May a huge hiking event takes place on Dartmoor for two days.
The climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Due to the higher altitude and exposed areas, more extreme climate conditions appear. Much more precipitation occurs on Dartmoor than in the surrounding lowlands. Many rivers emerge on here. The rain gets quickly absorbed by the moor, the reason that the soil is often soaked. Sometimes the weather is notoriously bad, windy, cold, foggy and of course wet! Autumn and winter are the wettest time of the year. Snow can occur in the winter, but it’s not common. Anyhow, sunny days or hours appear. The driest months are in the summer. The summer mean daily temps are below 20 degrees, but up to 30 degrees are possible.