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Pat Sin Leng Country Park

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Pat Sin Leng Country Park

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Pat Sin Leng, East District, New Territories, Hong Kong China
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Yes P wrote a review Sep 2017
Singapore, Singapore633 contributions90 helpful votes
another fav in hk is hiking, and an always surprised by the number of locals (hk people) u encountered along the way. this round, I ventured to conquer the 8 immortals ridge which is part of pat sin leng park (correct??) but failed...partly due to the hot weather and also my mental edge... the scenery associated with such hiking ; amazing. simply beautiful.. breathtaking amidst all the heaving and wheezing....and the lifesaver of a slice of watermelon from a group of local Samaritans.... till the next hk trail...i will also try my best to try this trail if I'm able next round. (estimated need at least 5 to 6 hours of reasonably fitness)
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Fernando S wrote a review Mar 2017
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Firstly, make sure you have the necessary fit level to do this hike, is not apt for people who aren't fit enough. If you're adventurous person this hike is the best option, is far from the city and the mountains and stunning natural sceneries are enjoyable. If you do the whole hiking trip you end up at a village at the other side which is pretty good to have a drink and eat after such a hike. make sure to bring food and plenty of water when visiting. Ow! And if you're lucky you may find abandoned old villages on the way there! this is the best part!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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HKeater wrote a review Jan 2017
Hong Kong, China30,621 contributions1,165 helpful votes
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Hok Tau Reservoir is within the Pat Sin Leng Country Park. The trail around the reservoir is a part of the Wilson trail. It's degree of difficult is 1 star out of 3. The circuit around the reservoir takes about 75 minutes involving some steep steps either at the end or beginiing of the circuit depending on the direction you take. You can reach the start by 52X minibus from Fanling station. The walk up to the reservoir passes a campsite which has toilet and washing facilities.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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TheShis wrote a review Nov 2016
Tel Aviv, Israel29,130 contributions3,700 helpful votes
This is a beautiful and lovely park to stroll in, although some of the walks are quite strenuous and require you to be in very good shape for the climb. Still, the beautiful green surroundings and the view of the Plover Cove reservoir - are just incredible and worth it.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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fareastjim wrote a review Feb 2015
Hong Kong, China448 contributions294 helpful votes
Firstly you really need to be fit to do this hike and have a good footwear. Also, take with you food and enough water for a 5 hour hike as once you begin there is nowhere to get supplies. We took the 52B minibus from the minibus station at Fanling MTR station to Hok Tau reservoir. We got off at the Barbecue area as there are toilet facilities. We walked along the road towards the reservoir. Take the left path crossing the reservoir itself and following the Wilson Trail markers. It is not long until you start to climb steadily up the steep mountain. At the top you reach a ridge with fabulous views on either side. Continue following the Wilson where you will meet the immortals on an undulating path, not so hard as the initial climb but still challenging. After the last immortal it is a long steep path of stairs downwards. At the bottom of this we took the left path Wilson stage 10. This is a really easy hike in comparison to 9. You can end your hike at the end of the Wilson in Nam Chung or take the path to Luk Keng where there are some cafés that serve all day breakfasts. The mini bus back to Fanling MTR station goes from outside the cafés. They run every 30 minutes until 7.00pm.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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