Have ridden the Peak tram many times and wanted to hike the peak from the city. The trailhead is easy to find opposite the lower tram ticket office, just to the left of the WWF building under the overhead roadway. Contray to other reviews, I...更多
I always perform uphill practice for endurance training. Start location roughly located at The University of Hong Kong Kotewall Road access and ascent thu Hatton Road. At Hatton Road you will see many local people doing same exercise as me. Don't hesitate to ask anyone...更多
If you want to get to Victoria Peak, but don't want to do the touristy tram, then hike up. One way is this trail. However, as others have pointed out, signage is poor. I didn't see my first sign until Station 10 - and from...更多
If you are young, completely fit and healthy, and used to taking long uphill hikes then maybe this will be an easy hike for you. But don't be mistaken into thinking that this trails easy by couch potato standards. This is a 3km+ uphill battle...更多
My husband and I were thinking of going to the peak, however we wanted to beat the crowd. Thank God we found the starting point of this trail which is just a few steps from the tram's ticketing centre.
It took us about an hour...更多
It's much more rewarding to hike up to the peak than to wait in an endless queue for a tram. The only drawback is that the signage is horrible. You'll need a really good map, as this trail alternates between sidewalks and steps. Oh, yeah,...更多