Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Hong Kong Trail (Day 2)

On Day 2 of the outing, the group went to Peak Tram Station and took the Peak Tram car to Victoria Peak – the starting point of Hong Kong Trail Section 1. Section 1 and 2 are mostly paved walkway; Section 3 is jungle trail which is very pleasant to run. Overall, the trails are mostly going downhill with flat earth-based terrain.

At the finishing point of Section 3, we walked uphill towards Wan Chai Gap Park; refreshed in a toilet of the park, and later took a public bus to the nearest MTR Station.

We started the trail run at 8:30 a.m. and the last person completed the course by 1:00 p.m. for a total time of 4 hr 30 min. We saw the last distance post #37, and we covered about 19km (distance apart of two distance posts is 500 meters).

Do CLICK HERE to view photos (Part 2) courtesy of yours truly (KC Leong).

 Taking Peak Tram car to Victoria Peak
 At Victoria Peak
 The starting point of Hong Kong Trail Section 1 (with distance post H 001)
 Extended pavement by the hill slope
 Having fun at Victoria Peak Garden
 The earth-based terrain is flat and pleasant to run
 Taking a breather 
At the end of Section 3 of Hong Kong Trail

Do CLICK HERE for the four (4) postings of Lantau and Hong Kong Trails outing.

Posted by KC Leong

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