include a 14-station fitness trail, a tree walk, a forest trail, and a recently-opened mountain bike trail. (Note: mountain bikers must be over 12 and have purchased a permit.) Chinese leopard cat and barking deer can sometimes be seen. There are campsites in the park, and barbecue and picnic sites along Route Twisk.
hiking, camping, swimming and fishing. A popular activity is to hike up to the summit of Lantau Peak at night and watch the sun-rise. But be careful \u2014 the trail is steep and quite dangerous in places! The Lantau Trail links places of historical interest. Accommodation at campsites, monasteries and youth hostels (members only).
climbed, the highest being 500m \u2014 which is for experienced walkers only. The 4km nature trail is also quite rugged and not recommended for casual walkers. Much more accessible is the path down to the Bride\u2019s Pool Waterfall. Barbecue and camp sites are located along the road from Luk Keng to Shuen Wan.
areas, this park is popular with families and always busy.Facilities include barbecue sites, a morning walk garden, a jogging trail, a 15-station fitness trail, a tree walk and a network of easy paths. There are magnificent panoramic views towards Shatin, Tsing Yi and North Kowloon. Long-tailed macaque monkeys are a common sight, but don\u2019t feed them \u2014 they bite!
park is situated around 4 reservoirs built between 1889 and 1917. The park contains many easy walking trails, a morning walker\u2019s garden, a morning walker\u2019s garden, a 2.5km jogging trail, a tree walk. There are also barbecue pits and childrens\u2019 play equipment. Visitors will see nine species of birds, including kingfishers flitting between the trees.
with a stream at the bottom. The area contains over 100 species of tree, 12 common birds, plus barking deer, civet cat, porcupine and pangolin. This shady unspoilt valley is the perfect place to find peace \u2013 no barbecues or fires are permitted. There are no cars, buses or pollution \u2013 just five peaceful walks including a fascinating nature trail.
Wong Chuk Hang and Aberdeen housing estates. This busy park is well provided with recreation sites for visitors of different ages and interests.F acilit ies: barbecue pits, picnic tables, rain shelters, children\u2019s play complex, fitness trail, wheelchair course, nature trail, visitors\u2019 centre.
to take the family.
8. The Lantau Trail is suitable for jogging.
9. You can camp in Tai Lam Country Park.
13. One of your friends said to you, \u201cI\u2019m feeling really stressed. I\u2019d love to go somewhere quiet where there are not many people, and no roads \u2014 somewhere dark and green where I can enjoy the trees, the animals and the birds\u201d.
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