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wandern
26 days ago

Great in the sense that you feel really far away from civilisation, but not the most scenic. Villages at the end of the trail have little beauty and the beaches are polluted. The views of the sea and hills from the hilltops are beautiful. The trail is very easy, perfect with families All in all, if you are visiting HK, I would stick to the Peak and Dragon’s back; this trek is perfect for a break from the bustling pace of the city

gehen
1 month ago

Chicago around and about

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eisig
1 month ago

wandern
1 month ago

Great strolling trail. Lots of food and drink stalls in the center of the island to refresh you during your journey. Points of Interest include the Mini Great Wall, Cheung Po Tsai Cave and Reclining Rock

wandern
1 month ago

Lovely gentle trail with great views. There are some stairs but it is well set out.

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käfer
2 months ago

Beautiful & scenic... the main touristy area of Ngong Ping is rather peaceful, although I'm sure this was due to me visiting it at an off peak time, late pm.

wandern
3 months ago

A really nice hike across the island and around. The first 4 or 5k is fairly trafficked but once you hit the loop it gets much more remote and beautiful. I set off at about 2pm and it took about 5 hours to do the whole walk, mostly due to stopping for the photo opportunities. The light changes so much at this time that the scenery you see on the way there differes on the way back. At a moderate level, it's not too taxing on the legs, a couple of inclines but they don't last too long. Would highly recommend it.

wandern
8 months ago

Majority of trail consists of rock steps.

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schlammig
8 months ago

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wandern
11 months ago

Paved paths throughout the island. Few scenic lookouts. Several beaches. water looks nice enough if you don't mind the power plant right next to the beach.

I loved this trek. Please note that I did this during a sweltering HK August day and after a MASSIVE storm the night before. Those conditions made deep swimming holes along the way to the falls (a welcome treat for the heat). It also made parts of the trek tricky to navigate, which included chest deep pools to wade through. Still though... I never felt worried OR out of control. Felt longer than 3 miles, but I explored a bit as well. ALERT! This is a Stream Trekking trail, i.e. walking/climbing in wet conditions. Dress accordingly!

Beautiful hike, but challenging in the June heat!

wandern
Mon Jun 04 2018

Beautiful hike along the ocean. Go to Lamma Grill for the best ribs you’ll ever have! And if you want a less crowded beach with great swimming stop at Lo So Shing beach instead of the main beach along the trail (about 45 min walk from the main ferry terminal / Lamma Grill)

The trail you will find here doesn’t actually arrive to the very top of Lin Fa Shan, Sunset Peak and Lantau Peak but the trail is very easy to find. I went on top of all 3 the peaks and the view are just stunning. It’s a long hike and deserves respect, be well prepared with a lot of water and proper hiking gear. MOST IMPORTANTLY PLEASE DO NOT LITTER THIS BEAUTIFUL ENVIRONMENT PLEEEEEASE!!!!

Amazing and good view

Trail is easy. I hiked with few children, my 3 years old on a light stroller. We carried it when there were steps. Not clearly marked at the beginning thru the beach and village at DB. The view on top of hill is excellent. Monastery is beautiful. You can also attend daily mass 7am, none 2pm, vespers 5:20pm if you are catholic. Sunday mass 10:30am and Benediction 7:20pm. Monks and Sisters are still living there.

Should note, the main map of this hike is from the cable car dropoff, not the full hike, which looks quite challenging. They said the last cable car is at 6, at least today, which is a regular week day, so plan accordingly. The cable car is not cheap either, $210 hkd round-trip for the standard. There’s apparently a hefty discount if you book online with koon or kool or something, so I wish I had known that. Buddha is amazing and well worth the hike or the cable car, whichever you choose, as is the monastery. The area around it is a tourist trap though so if you’re on a budget, plan to bring a snack or something.

wandern
Sun Sep 17 2017

Beautiful views!

wandern
Sat Sep 09 2017

I've done this trail numerous times, including with my 88-year-old father. The trail is never strenuous. but it gives a very different picture of Hong Kong than you get on other trails and other islands. There is an amazing tiny Thai satay stand near Yung Shue Wan, where you can also sit down for other Thai dishes. It's the best replica of the atmosphere in Thailand for such places that I've found outside of Thailand and the food is great. At the south end, if you want to keep going, there is a trail that loops around the eastern of the two peaks, to some lovely beaches on the south side of the island; there is also a trail that goes up and over the eastern peak if you want to get a great view over the Lamma Channel and the South China Sea.

Welcome to Hong Kong- great atmosphere in the city as well as out. If you're coming from the monastery be prepared for a climb. It's worth it but there's some big elevation to climb in a short period so take breaks if you need. I saw only one person coming the way we came, Everyone else was coming from the other direction. The trail head is a ways back behind the monastery, you'll pass old an housing quarters/boarding home and what looks like an old restaurant. The initial climb is the hardest , mostly boulder size steps until you get to a clearing at the top with some large rocks to climb on for decent views. Some advice: it was mostly out in the open so if its hot, be prepared. The second stint is another short scramble to the top where you'll find a small shelter and 12-20 folks with selfie sticks. There are also large rocks to climb out on to get a better view. We hiked through to the other end and caught a bus back to HK.

Started the trail near Tung Chung. The first mile is very steep with tall stone stairs that go straight up the mountain side without and flat portions. Even though shaded, doing this in the middle of a summer day forced me to take many breaks. After the first mile the slope mellows out a bit and the air cools off as you gain elevation. Once on top, the views make the climb all worth it. Once on the other side, there is a bus stop and ferry to get back to Hong Kong, very convenient. Beautiful trail!

on Lamma Island Loop

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