The MacLehose trails cover over 100km, venturing through a variety of sceneries from picturesque coastal views, through paved villages, country park terrain or challenging mountain peaks.
There are trails for all levels of fitness, however, maps, planning in advanced and plenty of water is recommended. Dragon’s Back is one of the more popular trails among the thirteen Hong Kong Island trails. While these Hong Kong trails seem close to civilization, you can easily become lost; maps and water are highly recommended.
Ching Chung Koon
Tel: 2462 1507
Chuk Lam Shim Yuen
Tel: 2416 6557
The bamboo forest Monastery.
Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery
Tel: 2691 1067
Ten Thousand Buddhas.
Ngong Ping 360
Tel: 3666 0606
Spectacular cable car journey to the Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island.
Sam Tung Uk Museum
Tel: 2180 8188
Restored walled village.
Walk Hong Kong with guided hikes and market walks.
Tel: 9187 9641
The Hong Kong Tourist Association has developed apps for hiking, which can be downloaded from:
Tel: 2508 1234
Historical Hong Kong Hikes by 17 year old David Pickerell details best trails and routes.
The Leisurely Hiker’s Guide to Hong Kong by Pete Spurrier has 41 unhurried walks through SAR’s best scenery.
Tel: 2552 7907
Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department