- Difficulty - 4/5 (because of its longest trail and because of the original trail made by JB).
- Duration - 6 to 7 Hours
- Terrain - 80% Natural & 20% Man-made modifications (JB Trail: 100% Natural with 85 degrees rock and shrubland climb.
- 25-30 Liter Pack
- 3 Liters Water & 1 Liter of energy drink (summer days).
- 2 Liter Water & 1 Liter of energy drink (spring, autumn & winter).
- Sturdy Hiking Shoes/Boots.
- Light-weight clothing material during summer and some good wind-breaker during the cold season.
- Hiking Pole (Optional)
- Sun Protections (Must be appropriate to the weather on the day of your adventure).
- Navigation Compass & Map (Optional)
- Portable Camera
- Mobile Phone
- Radio Communication (Optional)
|There's No "Entry Gate" here but this friendly Board Map is at your starting point,|
follow the red arrow and prepared yourself for a 6-7 hours of adventure...good luck!
|JB Trail (Here is where you can experience 100% natural trail|
until you reach the 1st summit close to station post C2602).
|A view at the summit of "JB TRAIL" |
(Dramatic landscape covered by fogs during rainy winter season in Hong Kong)
|The 1st Trigonometric Summit Marker that may encounter at Ma Tau Fung Peak.|
|This is what the trail looks like at 80%...red mud & stones!|
|2nd Trigonometric Summit Marker.|
|At least 11 kilometers (Approximately 4 Hours) to reach Tai Mei Tuk from this sign board.|
|A very captivating scenery up ahead. This is the most exposed section of the trail.|
(So stay hydrated during summer)
|A breath taking piece of island inside the Plover Cove Reservoir.|
|3rd and last trigonometric summit marker along the trail...have a break here |
for your final push to reach the Plover Cove Dam.
|The Plover Cove Dam.|
|There will be an access (stairs) for your exit along the sides of this Dam.|
(Trail Post Marker C2627-C2628).
|The last and final Trail Post Marker C2630, proceed to the left side of this route|
and make your way out towards the metal gate.
This gate is always open for Hikers and for daily or weekend fishing buddies along the Reservoir.
(Bikes are not allowed inside this fencing but outside is).
|The beautiful Pat Sin Leng Ridge at Dusk|
(Here is where you can find the Bus Terminal to return to the City)
Enjoy Your Country Park, Enjoy Hiking and Leave No Trace!