- Green Mini Bus 96M at Tsuen Wan MTR Station (If your doing Section 10 only)
- (Note: if your doing both Section 9 and 10)...take the MTR to Tsuen Wan West Station (Purple Lane) and leave by using Exit D. After exiting at the sliding "Glass Doorway", immediately turn to the left and locate the bus terminus of single decked BUS 51 to Route Twisk via Tsuen Kam Au.
- Get off after you see the TAI MO SHAN COUNTRY PARK signboard in the middle of the road.
- The sign "WELCOME TO YUEN LONG" is next to the bus station and you just need to walk back to get to the starting point of Section 9. Hike for about 6.3Km at about 2.5hours until u reach the starting point of Section 10.
- 11L -22L Pack
- 3L Liquid Supplement (Summer) / 2L Liquid Supplement (Winter)
- Clothing (Please refer to the weather condition)
- Shoes (A good pair of rubber shoes is fine but proper Hiking shoes is a must).
- Hiking Pole (Optional)
- Mosquito Repellent
- Sun Block/Sunglasses/Sun Visor
- Extra Shirt
- Snack (a must in between beaks)
- Food (because the trail is 21.9 km / 7.5-8.0 Hours for 2 sections...you need a good source of energy)
- Difficulty: 2/5 (For Expert Hiker) and 3/5 (For Beginners)
- Distance: 15.6 Km
- Duration: 5 Hours
- Terrain: 70% Tarmac and 30% Natural Trail
Starting Point at Tin Fu Tsai
|Map board of Section 10 and the other hiking route around, as well as the information on the length and duration of the proceeding trail/s.|
|Along the pavement trail and luscious green vegetation...this landscape will immerge.|
|The continuation of the route is on the left side along the board map.|
|THE STAIRSWAY UPHILL|
It may seem like a dead-end but the stairway uphill is the continuation of your trail. From up the hill, you are now bound to hike along the natural but well maintained trail.
|TAI LAM CHUNG RESERVOIR|
(Photo taken at Post 185)
|Kai Keng Shan (Nine Paths Mountains) rise on your right as you look down over Gold Coast and across the Lantau Island.|
|Featuring the lush vegetation in front of Harrow International School and Lantau Island from a distance.|
|Along the Post M196 is a great resting point with benches and beautiful scenery of Castle Peak.|
|This perfect and beautiful panorama of Castle Peak and Tuen Mun District at trail post M198.|
|At the end of the catchment, take the stone path on the left passing under the wooden archway and you will see this map board in between trails and all you need to do is to descend along the yellow railed stairs.|
|Here is your descend point and remember to follow the yellow railings until you reach Trail Post M200.|
This is the final post and map board, this is also the end of MacLehose Trail.