Enhancement of Hiking Trails

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In order to promote green tourism, we are working with the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) to enhance the tourism supporting facilities of some hiking trails within country parks which are popular and with tourism appeal. The enhancement works include improvement to existing hiking trail network, control of soil erosion at the trails, enhancement of vegetation coverage, addition of water dispensers and lookout points, and enrichment of visitor information boards, etc. AFCD also launched the enhanced thematic website “Enjoy Hiking” in December 2019 to provide detailed information on hiking trails and green attractions to enrich visitors’ experience.
In the first phase of enhancement works, we have enhanced the supporting facilities of MacLehose Trail Section 1 (Sai Kung East Country Park), Peak Trail (Pokfulam Country Park and Lung Fu Shan Country Park), Double Haven Country Trail (Plover Cove Country Park), Shing Mun Reservoir Walk (Shing Mun Country Park), Dragon’s Back (Shek O Country Park), Lantau Trail Section 2 (Lantau South Country Park), MacLehose Trail Section 4 (Ma On Shan Country Park), Wilson Trail Section 2 (Tai Tam Country Park and Tai Tam Country Park (Quarry Bay Extension), Sharp Island Country Trail (Kiu Tsui Country Park) and Lau Shui Heung to Hok Tau Twin Reservoir Walk (Pat Sin Leng Country Park). The overall enhancement works has completed in end 2022.
Further, we are also taking forward the second phase of enhancement works which includes Lion Rock Historic Walk (Lion Rock Country Park), Shing Mun War Relics Trail (Shing Mun Country Park), Aberdeen Reservoirs Walk (Aberdeen Country Park), Lantau Trail Section 3 (Lantau South Country Park), Wang Tsat Ancient Trail (Pat Sin Leng Country Park), Luk Keng War Relics Trail (Pat Sin Leng Country Park), Pak Tam Chung to Tai Tun (Sai Kung West Country Park), Twisk to Shek Lung Kung (Tai Lam Country Park), Tai Tong to Wong Nai Tun Reservoir (Tai Lam Country Park) and Tai To Yan Country Trail (Lam Tsuen Country Park).
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