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Wilson Trail

The Wilson Trail is the longest mountain trail in Hong Kong after the MacLehose Trail. It was officially opened in 1996 and was named after the 27th Governor of Hong Kong, Sir David Wilson. The Wilson Trail is 78km long and is divided into ten sections. It runs from Stanley in the south of Hong Kong to Tai Koo, and then from Lam Tin in Kowloon via Cloudy Hill in the New Territories to Pat Sin Leng. The trail is concentrated in the middle and east of the New Territories, passing through eight on the way. Country Parks. The difficulty of each section of the Wilson Trail is different. Among them, there are waterways suitable for supporting the elderly and the young, there are very sloping and urgent hiking trails, there are ancient roads deep into the jungle, and there are rolling mountains. The scenery is changeable, but the scenery is changeable. The Victoria Harbour is separated and lacks integrity.

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Come, let us go back to the Lord; for he has given us wounds and he will make us well; he has given blows and he will give help. After two days he will give us life, and on the third day he will make us get up, and we will be living before him.

Hosea 6:1-2 BBE