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Hong Kong Trail

The Hong Kong Trail is the fourth-longest mountain trail in Hong Kong and it was officially opened in 1985. The official length of the Hong Kong Island Trail is 50km, but the actual length is only 45km. It is divided into eight sections. The longest section is less than 10km and the shortest section is 4.5km. The starting point starts from Lugard Road, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Island, and goes counterclockwise through Pok Fu Lam Reservoir, Wan Chai Gap, Wong Nai Chung Gap, Mount Parker Road, Tai Tam Road, Dragon's Back, and then ends at Big Wave Bay, crossing the mountains of Hong Kong Island. The difficulty of the Hong Kong Island Trail is much easier than that of MacLehose Trail, Wilson Trail, and Lantau Trail. There is no peak of Tai Mo Shan or the steep ridges of Lantau Peak. 50% is a concrete road, and some of it is flat such as catchwater, tourist trails. The entire Hong Kong Trail shuttles between forest and concrete. You can experience the prosperity of the city, and you can also feel the silence in the countryside. Strong contrasts are constantly intertwined.

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