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We started this hike from the HSBC building where we got off the bus and followed Google maps to the start of Old Peak Road. I’d estimate this took us an hour from here without stopping.
Make sure you bring plenty water for the heat...More
Great view ... as a junior level it is better to start hiking in Hong Kong with peak track. Walk from the old peak road , don’t wait for the tram ! You can return back with tram. If you don’t want to walk up...More
On my layover I walked from Central Metro, up to the escalators and then up the Old Peak Rd and around Luggard Rd with a great view overlooking the city and great to stretch my legs, but a bit steep and hot and humid of...More
Climbed up to the peak since there was a really long wait for the trams. The walk up was quite tiring but it was fairly enjoyable to go up the hill with the trees for shade and a fairly large path to walk on. The...More
I went up to The Peak taking the western approach from Pok Fu Lam Reservoir. After a lunch break and a short rest I was contemplating whether to take the tram or bus to go down to the city.
Since I had kept the day...More
When heading to the peak, most people head straight to the terrace where it is extremely congested. An alternative to this would be to walk this and take Luggard road around the peak to get a fantastic view without the crowd. This will also take...More
After finishing the circle walk from Lugard to Harlech Road on the Victoria Peak, go on the left side entrance. It is quite a steep walk down but there are some benches along the way to stop for a break. You can view the more...More
Living just at the foot of the wooded part of the road, we only do the last 20 minutes of the whole climb from Central, but it, together with the 3 km walk around the Peak itself, is a nice workout.
Some of the outlets...More
Old peak road circles the peak on a wide asphalted pathway that has spectacular views of Hong Kong, the forest (with signs telling you about the trees/ecology). Lots of people walking their dogs and exercising.