衛奕信徑第二段 Jardine's Lookout, Siu Ma Shan (Wilson Trail Section 2)

Jardine’s Lookout, Siu Ma Shan (Wilson Trail Section 2)


Route
Wong Nai Chung Gap>Tai Tam Reservoir Road>Jardine’s Lookout>Siu Ma Shan> Quarry Bay Tree Walk>Greig Road

Recommendation
★★★★☆

Difficulty
★★★☆☆

Length
8 KM

Duration
4 hours

Support
Shops in Quarry Bay / Tai Koo (End Point)

Transport
Start Point
Bus (Citybus) No. 6 (Link Click Here)
End Point
Quarry Bay / Tai Koo MTR Station


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Jardine’s Lookout is located on the east of Causeway Bay, with a height of 433 meters, Jardine’s Lookout is named for William Jardine, the founder of Jardine Matheson. government has built the Wilson Trail (Section 2) to connect Jardine’s Lookout and Quarry Bay, with its gorgeous view of Victoria Harbor, Wilson Trail (Section 2) is one of the most popular hiking trail in Hong Kong Island.


Get off at Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park bus stop, follow the waysign of Tai Tam Reservoir Road and step up the staircase

Turn left toward Hong Kong Parkview

It would pass the Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park this time, keep walking uphill

Pass this staircase and keep walking the concrete service road to Hong Kong Parkview

The opposite side of Hong Kong Parkview is the wooden archway of Wilson Trail and Hong Kong Trail

Follow the waysign to Jardine’s Lookout

The Osborn Memorial, a reminder of the Canada’s contribution for the defence of Hong Kong during Second World War

The trigonometrical stations of Jardine’s Lookout with a height of 433 meters

The gorgeous view on Jardine’s Lookout

The Mount Butler Quarry, which stopped operation in 1991

The hiking trail is built along the outside of Mount Butler Quarry

Overlooking Tai Tam Reservoir

At this fork, Wilson Trail and Hong Kong would not overlap
It would walk the Wilson Trail to Siu Ma Shan in this blog

The trigonometrical stations of Siu Ma Shan with a height of 424 meters

The view of Hong Kong Island East and Kowloon East

Siu Ma Bridge

Walk toward Cecil’s Ride at this fork
Sir Cecil was the 17th Governor of Hong Kong (1925-1930)

Walk toward Braemar Hill at this fork

Turn right at this fork

Walk into Quarry Bay Tree Walk

Wartime field stoves

The hiking trail will come to an end at Greig Road
You can walk to Quarry Bay / Tai Koo MTR Station in King’s Road

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