Navigate the map of Hong Kong below to select a hike. Click on an icon to reveal the name of the hike and the link to the hike’s guide.
Please note this is not an all inclusive list of hikes in Hong Kong. These are hikes for which we have documented guides.
Hong Kong has some of the best urban hikes in the world. Although most people who have never visited Hong Kong associate the city with densely packed skyscrapers, those who live here know there is so much beyond the skyline.
Almost 70% of Hong Kong is not developed. And the vast majority of that area is allocated to country parks, with beautiful hiking trails. The city and its islands are surrounded by hills, and these hills are full of incredible hiking trails.
There are easy hikes, difficult hikes, and hikes with incredible views. And no matter where you live, you can quite easily find a suitable hiking trail next to you. So, when you hike in Hong Kong you’re always close to civilization, but it feels like you’re far removed from it.
By no means an exhaustive list, but just a few of our recommended hikes.
If you’re new to hiking in Hong Kong, you want to go on a hike that makes an unforgettable experience. That could mean beautiful views that you thought weren’t possible in Hong Kong, or incredible views of Hong Kong’s entire skyline.
If you’re looking for hikes with the best views of the city, or of the beautiful landscapes Hong Kong has to offer, you’ve got to be ready to sweat it out! Here are our top picks for you:
There are plenty of hikes that are suitable for families with kids in Hong Kong. Or to look at it another way, there are plenty of very easy hikes in Hong Kong that you could embark on if you’re not in the mood for a serious hike.
Hong Kong’s hot and humid summer isn’t the most conducive to hiking.
But what if the hikes are short and shaded? Or end in a beach for you to cool off? What if the hikes passed by waterfalls?
Take a look at the best summer hikes in Hong Kong that we recommend.
Hong Kong has a rich and vibrant history of pirates, old fishing folk, and the city’s role in World War 2. You can still hike to these relics that are hidden in plain sight throughout the city.
These are our favourite war relics in Hong Kong:
Did you know that Hong Kong also has numerous ancient rock carvings at various coastal locations?
Reservoirs are spread fairly evenly across Hong Kong and fit very naturally into the city’s hilly terrain. Although they serve a very practical function to provide the city’s residents with water, reservoirs also serve a secondary function.
Reservoirs in Hong Kong have walking tracks around the water body that are earmarked as easy family walks. These reservoir walks are perfect for the summer months when you want to immerse yourself next to water, trees, and hills.
These are our favourite reservoir walks in Hong Kong: