Stunning vistas can be found along nature walks enveloping the Peak, where visitors are greeted by lush tropical forests and extensive birdlife. Winding through mountainous landscape, the walks are both visually exciting and easy for visitors to access.
Try one of the suggested walking trails at The Peak below to further explore Hong Kong's diversity and sophistication.
MOUNT AUSTIN ROAD (5 - 10 minutes)
Walk up Mount Austin Road which besides The Peak Tower. In front of you is the Mount Austin Playground, which is a perfect recreational area for school outings and family getaways.
HONG KONG TRAIL (40 - 60 minutes)
This walk circles the Peak for excellent viewing of Hong Kong. Kowloon, Victoria Harbour and the outlying islands. Once you exit The Peak Tower, keep right until you get to Lugard Road. From there, you will pass the first bridge to be built over the city’s steep hills, luxury Peak residence and a picnic area. At the end of Lugard Road, turn into Harlech Road, which will bring you back to your starting point.
VICTORIA PEAK GARDEN (30 - 40 minutes)
Head uphill along Mount Austin Road until you reach Victoria Peak Garden. At an elevation of 554 metres above sea level, you have an unobstructed view of the entire city. Car park facilities and a light refreshment kiosk make this an ideal resting spot.
POK FU LAM COUNTRY PARK (35 - 45 minutes)
Head south while keeping the Peak Lookout Restaurant to your right. When you arrive at a wooded path near a barrier and a narrow road descending to the right, head down the path until you reach the Pok Fu Lam Country Park. At a junction, there is a sign indicating the Hong Kong Trail. Continue to keep right, cross the stream past the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir and walk alongside it until you approach Pok Fu Lam Road. You can walk back or catch a bus to the Peak.