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It should be a hard trail.

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16 days ago

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rocky
29 days ago

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rocky
1 month ago

Sections 7 and 8 are very varied. Definitely start with section 7. Section 7 presents a variety of vistas, including, inter alia, shoreline, farmland, beaches, villages and hillside. Section 8 follows the catch water, is paved and in good state or repair, but lack the elevation, variety and scenery of section 7. Getting to Tai O can be a commitment on weekends, but a worthwhile endeavour. Other than the intermittent dung odour (bovine), the trail is well appointed and recommended.

Easy trail. Paved all the way. Slight uphill after Pak mong village till the main pagoda.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

The portion of the trail by Tai O was nice, but the half of the hike near Tung Chung was quite boring without much to see. Overall a very easy hike despite the length.

Some of the reviews seem to be for the Olympic Trail. That has a different starting point. If you go past the gas station to the East of Caribbean Coast Phase 1, you’ll eventually reach an underpass for the freeway near the bridge for the ZH/MO bus terminal. From their it’s paved all the way with a midpoint pagoda that gets crowded with resters. It’s gently steeped up from their and then you’ll reach another shaded resting spot where the trail splits. Just keep going to Mui Wo, and it’ll be fairly steep and not shaded on the way down. Lots of people will stopped and resting on their way up. Once you hit the waterfall you’re nearly there. You’ll enter on the backend of Mui Wo, but it’s still 15-20 minutes to the main taxi stand and ferry pier. On the trail, spotted recently, have been pythons and cobras. In summer, there’s black and yellow spiders about. Also, if it’s rained, it could be slippery because of the leaves on the path. It’s a good walk for families. My family of six, drank about 2 liters of water combined and 2 sports drinks, and landed in Mui Wo feeling ok but empty handed. With toddlers the hike took 3.5 hours.

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rocky
1 month ago

Started out in Tung Chung. There are a set of steep steps till the trail starts. The trail can be over grown depending on the time of the year. It’s a nice steep uphill all The way till Por Kai Shan. At the T junction take a left. And u come out in Pak mong village. The latter part is quite open so be well hydrated. The latter part is also Well paved and an easy walk.

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1 month ago

We took a little wrong detour at Sha Lo Wan; other than that it’s a beautiful trek along the waters overseeing the airport, the bridge, and in the end Tai O. I really liked the landscape towards the end before we reach Tai O and it reminds me of the pastures in Scotland.

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1 month ago

Distance recording obviously not correct ! Lol......signal gets lost when you go up so high & are close to China! Nonetheless an awesome hike.....stunning views & great balance of incline & steady trail. Highly recommend! Might be better to have walking sticks for some of the down sections if you take the trails to actually go up to the peak. Definitely take lots of water too!

Easy trail. After Pak Mong village it’s a gentle uphill till the pagoda or rest point. Then it’s all downhill and all Paved. It’s a nice family hike. On the Mui Wo end you pass a small waterfall. Great spot to just chill with beers

Nice trail. A good uphill trail..All Paved. Nice view from the lookout point. Drops you off near the beach. Easy to Medium

Great trail. The first part is the paved part. Once you past the pogoda the trail is not paved. Also the past part from tigers head down the front slop is steep. Be careful in wet slippery weather.

Good walk, but not too many BBQ areas

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2 months ago

I love this route. Not paved, mostly gravel like sand. A few big rocks to climb and potentially a couple of washouts during flash flood. Some steps at the bottom. Good coverage, great for the dogs. I walked to the bottom and onto the catchment to get home so didn’t follow this all the way to its completion.

washed out
3 months ago

Last section overgrown a bit

The ascent to Tiger Peak was very beautiful and still manageable for a amateur like me, but you really should wear proper hiking shoes with ankle support for the descent, which was steep, lots of loose rocks. Do not attempt if the trail is wet from rain, it would be very slippery and dangerous.

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3 months ago

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rocky
3 months ago

The trail is moderate in difficult level. There are many scenic views, mostly along the coast. I would recommend it to anyone.

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rocky
4 months ago

I would recommend this to people who want to start off from Tung Chung MTR and ending up in the Big Buddha via Sunset Peak and Lantau Peak. It is quite a difficult hike because the steps are steep going up and going down. However, the views are spectacular reaching both peaks plus seeing the Big Buddha in the end of the hike. You can take a bus back to Tung Chung MTR after the hike or take a bus to go Mui Wo to catch a ferry to Central. Ps. Bring lots of snack, water and sun protection!

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rocky
4 months ago

Going from Mui Wo to DB is more fun in my opinion, lots of stairs on the way up then a leisurely walk down to DB

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rocky
5 months ago

Moderate twin peak hike. Trial is kept in good condition.

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rocky
6 months ago

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rocky
6 months ago

Great for a stopover at HKG. Take a taxi to Pak Kung Au and hike from there to the Buddha. You can probably take the gondola back close to the airport from there. The trail is steep; the hike alone took us almost 4 hours in total. Pretty exposed, but great views if it’s not cloudy. Most of it is rock stairs, so easy to do even with sneakers. Bring water and sun protection.

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