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Lion Rock Country Park

Hong Kong, China
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Definitely worth the hike!

Stunning view of Kowloon peninsula and Shatin area. My route was 1. MTR to Wong Tai Sin 2. Walk to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wei Jian L
via mobile
Definitely worth the steep climb!

We started this hike just after midday on a weekday and although there were a number of local... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
deejayyyg
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Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stunning view of Kowloon peninsula and Shatin area. My route was 1. MTR to Wong Tai Sin 2. Walk to bus station on north east of MTR station across the main road 3. 16-seater bus (37M) to Tsz Wan Shan bus terminal 4. Take the...More

Thank Wei Jian L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We started this hike just after midday on a weekday and although there were a number of local visitors it was not bursting with people. If you start the climb your hike from the bottom of the stairs, it is pretty much just a continuous...More

1  Thank deejayyyg
Reviewed April 10, 2017

Probably the best peak on Kowloon's side of HK city: on a nice day such as my one, you can see all the way to Hong Kong Island, with all the lighted up skyscrapers, to Lantau island (where the sun goes down), to the north...More

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Reviewed February 18, 2017

Lion Rock means a lot to Hong Kong people due to a popular television show in the 70's of a family getting by in everyday life, and today, people relate Hong Kong spirit with Lion Rock. It forms part of a long ridge that separates...More

Thank Adepto
Reviewed February 14, 2017 via mobile

I love hiking in the evening to enjoy great views with wind, the starry sky and the nature. The route is straight forward. You could take the MTR to Wong Tai Sin Exit B3 and turn left walk all the way up on Shatin Pass...More

2  Thank HKCheebah
Reviewed January 8, 2017 via mobile

It's easy to get there. Take mtr to Wong tai sin, get out in B3 walk behind the bus station(in left side), you come in Sat hin road go left up hill, all the way. You get starting excersise there. There's good signs in every...More

2  Thank Toni L
Reviewed December 16, 2016 via mobile

On a day off from work, my friend and I decided to escape from digital world of Hong Kong and into the nature. We started from Wong Dai Sin MTR station and walked to the bottom of the mountain. It took us a 50 minutes...More

1  Thank Esther W
Reviewed November 29, 2016 via mobile

Took around an hour and a half to get to Lion Rock Peak from the temple at the bottom. Not much to see along the "road" part apart from the monkeys until you get to the steps where you start to see the beautiful skyline...More

Thank Christopher K
Reviewed November 12, 2016 via mobile

The hike takes about 1-1,5 hours up and like 30-40 min down. It's reachable by mtr and the first kilometer or so is just a concrete road uphill, which is quite boring, but then you reach some stairs and you're on the right track. The...More

Thank isakbroman
Reviewed October 11, 2016

Hiking isn't everybody's cup of tea, especially in HK where a lot of people do not exercise enough. Yet HK has a number of enthusiastic hikers, both you and old. Lions Rock is an imposing rock formation in the shape of a lion. It is...More

3  Thank Jason T
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Arthur T
I was a Hong Kong resident during my grade school and high school years. That was before the Lion Rock tunnel was built. I hiked a trail up the Lion Rock from Kowloon Tong and then down the trail to Sha Tin with friends a few times. And I enjoyed every trip. I still remember the aroma of the deep fried shrimp cakes I ate in Sha Tin. It took us approximately 2.5 hours for each trip. Is the Kowloon Tong hiking trail still used by hikers? Is it well maintained and safe to use? If you know the hiking trail starting from Kowloon Tong please give me the directions. ST
February 6, 2017|
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Arthur T
I am planning a trip to Hong Kong and would love to take the Lion Rock trails up from Wong Tai Sin and then down the trail to Shatin. Are the trials busy on Sunday? Are the trials isolated on weekdays? Any security/safety concerns? Regards. Arthur
February 5, 2017|
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Response from b b | Reviewed this property |
I think there will be people around, except rainy days. In the case of rain, beware the trial may be slippery... or best, only hike when the weather is not a big concern. Lion rock is not a beginner route, so some... More
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Esther W
Are there any parking nearby?
December 11, 2016|
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