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Went with my Son & his friend & their two dogs round Tai Tam Reservoir. Lots of steps & steep slopes to climb so not recommended for people with walking difficulties. But fantastic walking with great views of the aqueduct. We walked for around 2-3...More
My family decided to do hiking and we choose this place upon reading all good reviews, since we were in Sai wan ho, we took bus from there bus no.14, and not pretty sure where we stop, but not that very far ~ and it...More
This hike took us about 3 hours in total and was largely flat, with at times, very rocky terrain. Clambering down to the waterfall is also quite a fun adventure, and would recommend taking a refreshing dip. Doesn't quite have the views of other walks...More
My friend and I joined this Hong Kong Hiking group with meetup.com
We saw this Tai Tam Mound Waterfall trail, consulted one of our Hong Kong friend and decided to join the hike.
It was a flat hike thus its easy with the only exception...More
When you look from Tai Tam Tuk Dam, the view in Autumn on a windless day is a mirror reflecting the horseshoe of mountains that are:The Twins; Violet Hill; Jardine's Lookout; Mount Butler and Mount Parker. Colonial names, I apologies, please if my Hong Kong...More
take a bus to Wong Nai Chung gap, and take either 2 roads to Violet Hill, you will follow a quiet shady trail amid a small rain forest. From Violet hill you can continue to Stanley through the Wilson trail, but it's rather difficult. Or...More
We started on the Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park and followed the signs of Wong Nei Chung Gap Trail until we found a sign for Tai Tam Country Trail. This will lead you eventually back to the other side of the Wong Nai Chung Reservoir....More