Resources | MacLehose Trail | eBook

FOR MORE INFORMATION Thank you once again for purchasing my book, hope you enjoyed and start hiking already! Here’s beyond what the book already covered. Just in case, if you happened bumped into this page please refer to – MacLehose Trail for City Hikers in Hong Kong also available on Amazon Kindle VIDEOS, ROUTE &TIME Here are all the videos I made …

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Top 10 Things Needed for Hiking

Ten Things You Need for Hiking in Hong Kong

📚The following is the excerpt from my book, MacLehose Trail for City Hikers,  available in both paperback and Kindle in Amazon.com To enjoy hiking, there are few items you should bring along: Backpack — A 24-litre backpack should be enough for a day hike. Water — Bottles that can carry two to three litres of water will be enough for hiking. Alternately, …

MacLehose Trail, Stage 7

MacLehose Trail Section 7 – Needle Hill

Needle Hill (532m) and Grassy Hill (647m) Jubilee (Shing Mun) Reservoir Busy flight path, perfect for plane spotting Section 7 is all about two hills — the Grassy Hill (647m) and Needle Hill (532m). Particularly, the extravagant view at Needle Hill is comparable to that at the Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island, with less of a crowd for snaps. Section 7 is also right below a …

MacLehose Trail Section 1 – High Island Reservoir

Panoramic view of Long Ke Wan Panoramic view of Tai Long Wan East Dam and West Dam of the High Island Reservoir and hexagonal volcanic rocks and columns Section 1 of the MacLehose Trail goes along the boundary of the High Island Reservoir which was built in 1978. The East Dam and the West Dam are wide enough for cars to pass …

MacLehose Trail Stage 3

MacLehose Trail Section 3 – The Hills

Hilly Landscape, hiking along five hills Seas of Three Fathoms Cove and Sai Kung Hoi Campsite at Cheung Sheung village Section 3 has the most hilly landscape of all 10 sections of the MacLehose Trail. This implies two things: 1) An extravagant scenery of hills and peaks and 2) Frequent descend and ascend along the trail. I started at Shui Long Wo …