Hikes on Hong Kong Island

Tsz Lo Lan Shan Path Hike, Scenic and Very Easy – Aerial Photography Article

Tsz Lo Lan Shan Path Hike, Scenic and Very Easy The Tsz Lo Lan Shan Path hike is a super easy trail from Wong Nai Chung Reservoir to Tai Tam Reservoir. The trail skirts along the side of Violet Hill, and offers fantastic views of Repulsive Bay from its narrow ledge. It then carries on to Tai Tam Intermediate Reservoir before finishing at Tai Tam Country Park South Entrance. The Tsz Lo Lan Shan Path is perfect for anyone, including…

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Mount Nicholson & Mount Cameron Hike – Aerial Photography Article

Mount Nicholson & Mount Cameron Hike You don’t often hear about the Mount Nicholson and Mount Cameron Hike like you do about Dragon’s Back or Twin Peaks. And after completing the hike, I think its lack of popularity could have to do with a couple of factors. The Mount Nicholson and Mount Cameron hike isn’t easy to navigate. The trail isn’t maintained and requires a bit of bushwhacking and rock climbing. But if you want to step out of your…

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Brick Hill (Nam Long Shan) Hike, Hong Kong – Aerial Photography Article

Brick Hill (Nam Long Shan) Hike, Hong Kong Brick Hill (also known as Nam Long Shan or 南朗山) is most famously known as the hill on which Ocean Park is situated. Located between Aberdeen Channel and Deep Water Bay, Brick Hill isn’t the most popular hiking destination. But with a 180 degree view of Ap Lei Chau, Lamma Island, Deep Water Bay, and Repulse Bay, I would definitely recommend it as an easy and very scenic hike. Deep Water Bay…

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Pok Fu Lam Reservoir to HKU Hike – Aerial Photography Article

Pok Fu Lam Reservoir to HKU Hike Not all hikes needs to be difficult. Sometimes, it’s nice to just explore the lush, verdant hills of Hong Kong Island. Be one with nature and immersive yourself in it. If this sounds like something that you’d want to experience, then this hike is exactly that! Moody woods of Hong Kong Island The 3.5 km hike from Pok Fu Lam Reservoir to HKU is easy, family and kid friendly as it involves minimal…

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Tai Tam Mound Waterfall Hike, Hong Kong – Aerial Photography Article

Tai Tam Mound Waterfall Hike, Hong Kong The Tai Tam Mound Waterfall is one of the most popular and scenic waterfalls on Hong Kong Island. Although the waterfall is hidden from plain sight along the hiking trail, its ease of access makes it a popular spot for not just hikers, but also families with kids. Tai Tam Mound Waterfall How to get to Tai Tam Mound Waterfall There are plenty of ways to get to the Tai Tam Mound Waterfall…

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Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir Circular Walk – Aerial Photography Article

Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir Circular Walk The Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir circular walk is a leisurely trail around the Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir that is perfect for a lazy day. It covers a portion of the Tai Tam Waterworks Heritage Trail that has some of the more visually appealing sights, in my opinion. The trail is flat, shaded, and very family-friendly. And if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, you can stop by the Tai Tam Mound Fall, or dip your…

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10 Best Summer Hikes In Hong Kong – Aerial Photography Article

10 Best Summer Hikes In Hong Kong It’s no surprise that we love hiking in Hong Kong. But come summer, the city’s insufferable heat and humidity makes hiking a less enjoyable activity. Which is why we thought we’d put together a list of the best hikes for summer months in Hong Kong. What makes for a good summer hike? From our experience, when we set out for a hike in the summer we want it to be shaded, not too…

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Ap Lei Chau to Ap Lei Pai Hike via Mount Johnston – Aerial Photography Article

Ap Lei Chau to Ap Lei Pai Hike via Mount Johnston The hike from Ap Lei Chau to Ap Lei Pai, via Mount Johnston (Yuk Kwai Shan), fascinates me for one reason. And that’s because it feels like an “island-hopping” hike. Think about it, you go from a large island (Hong Kong Island), to a small island (Ap Lei Chau), and then to an even smaller island (Ap Lei Pai)! Sure, the hike only starts from Ap Lei Chau, and…

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