- Take the MTR and head towards Sheung Shui Station.
- Leave by using Exit A3
- Locate and Ride the Bus 77K (The Bus Stop Has Fiber-Glass Roofing).
- Get off at the bus stop of KIU TAU.
- Walk about 3 mins to the starting point (Just follow the direction of the bus were you get off too).
- Difficulty: 4/5
- Duration: 3.5 Hours
- Terrain: 90% Natural & 10% Man-made Modification
- 2-3 Liters of water
- Hiking Pole (Optional)
- Light weight and dri-fit clothing material
- Proper pair of hiking shoes/boots
- Extra shirt
- 1 Power Bar & Fruit (Just Enough)
- Pair of Sun Glasses & Hat (Optional)
- A Navigational Map
- Two-Way Radio (Optional)
- Mobile Phone
|After a few seconds of out smarting the dogs, you will now start your adventure and this concrete stairs are just about right for warm-up and it's slightly covered with shrubs.|
|After a minimal hike uphill, this rocks and powerful Mountain gives certain peace and tranquility.|
|Keep going further and your eyes will feast on this Golden colored grass that's blankets the whole mountain range.|
|The whole stretch of this trail has plenty of route but if you pause for a second and look around, you will eventually know your bearings.|
|Another mountain up ahead, but the clear blue sky, glittery gold-like grasses and a very cool breeze will keep you going.|
|The KAI KUNG LENG Summit which stand 585 meters above sea level.|
|After reaching the summit, try to locate this collection rocks along the way. Around the right side of this rocks is your next way point.|
|Then after passing those huge pile of rocks, you will now venture the last hills and mountain of Lam Tsuen Country Park known as KAI KUNG SHAN.|
|This is the Summit marker of Kai Kung Shan (374 meters above sea level). |
Be sure to enjoy this last few minutes of your hiking adventure and take a couple of picture of the city.
|Instinctively, this rock gave me an idea that the downhill section is just after passing it. So be sure to pass the stone and be careful on your steps while tackling the steep downhill terrain.|
|This antenna area is under construction but I'm sure that this will be of great help for the future hiker(s) because it would give them the idea that the trail is almost over.|
|The Exit Point is very easy to locate because of the stairs.|
(Just simply follow the stairs all the way down)