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Tin Mei Shan
Tai Cham Koi
Pai Ngak Shan

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 2021-02-12
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 Map 「Tin Mei Shan, Tai Cham Koi, Pai Ngak Shan」路線Map
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Length : 10.9km
Estimate : 6hours
Ascent : 729m  Descent : 802m  Max : 409m  Min : 4m<br><p class='smallfont'>The accuracy of elevation is +/-30m

Ascent : 729mDescent : 802m
Max : 409mMin : 4m
(The accuracy of elevation is +/-30m)  
Section :
 
Trail 50%
Road 20%
Jungle 30%
Slope :
 
攀升 729m (48%)
下降 802m (52%)
Exposure :
 
60%
Climb :
 
 
Start Point :
Minibus Taxi 
Support :
 
  Chek KengStore
End Point :
Bus Taxi 
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The starting point is at Sai Wan Pavilion.
The starting point is at Sai Wan Pavilion.

  

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The scenery is dominated by High Island Reservoir,
The scenery is dominated by High Island Reservoir,

  

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33︰There is no trigonometrical station on the top of Tin Mei Shan. The scenery can be seen Sharp Peak. Tai Mun Shan in front is easy to recognize.
There is no trigonometrical station on the top of Tin Mei Shan. The scenery can be seen Sharp Peak. Tai Mun Shan in front is easy to recognize.
There is no trigonometrical station on the top of Tin Mei Shan. The scenery can be seen Sharp Peak. Tai Mun Shan in front is easy to recognize.

  

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41︰Tai Cham Koi has a trigonometrical station, and the scenery is even better than Tin Mei Shan.
Tai Cham Koi has a trigonometrical station, and the scenery is even better than Tin Mei Shan.
Tai Cham Koi has a trigonometrical station, and the scenery is even better than Tin Mei Shan.

  

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This path to Pai Ngak Shan is very clear,
This path to Pai Ngak Shan is very clear,

  

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70︰The top of Pai Ngak Shan is generally open scenery,
The top of Pai Ngak Shan is generally open scenery,
The top of Pai Ngak Shan is generally open scenery,

  

91︰the trails conditions are generally muddy roads,
After returning to the Luk Wu Country Trail, keep to the left,
After returning to the Luk Wu Country Trail, keep to the left,

  

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102︰When going to a curved stone bridge which is the Pak Hang, the view is nice.
All the way down, still can enjoy a few of Chinese New Year Flower,
All the way down, still can enjoy a few of Chinese New Year Flower,

  

108︰A few steps ahead, will connect to MacLehose Trail, and the Luk Chek Path is over.
Connect to the opposite trail
Connect to the opposite trail

  

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120︰and the rest is an ordinary concrete road.
This time, do not go straight to Pak Tam Au,
This time, do not go straight to Pak Tam Au,

  

  

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Ah Po︰
Tim Sir 你好!我今天行咗田尾山同埋牌額山。兩個山嘅上山路徑草叢非常密集,唔講得笑。一定要穿長褲。另外我發覺香港山峰150高度排名第97嘅排額山380米是否這一個牌額山409米?謝謝你! (2021-09-13)
 

我估計當年150峰的排行,第97峰有機會是現時牌額山左邊的副峰,剛巧就是約380米。
由於資料非常不足,所以150峰保留了原排位,你發現了已經好犀利了,一般人是不會發覺的,現在已修改。
其實排名很虛無,很多現時知名的山都沒包括在內的,例如︰燕岩頂、彎曲山、走馬崗… 當初為何選這150峰,真的無從稽考。所以,不要太計較排名。
(Tim Sir 2021-09-14)
mmxii︰
依到提到西灣路上田尾有條捷徑係咪圖中依條?打算上完橫頭墩行捷徑上田尾,想請問一下清唔清楚路況如何? (2021-01-25)
 
是,但路程不清楚。 (Tim Sir 2021-01-25)

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