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Excellent walk

Excellent walk. Easy access for Queens Road east. Simply walk up wan chai gap road. Steep walk for... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
scotlandj
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Scotland
via mobile
Climbing up and up and up

The trail officially starts next to Old Post Office on Queen's Road East. Can't miss it. We stayed... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Sweeter123
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London, UK
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Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

Excellent walk. Easy access for Queens Road east. Simply walk up wan chai gap road. Steep walk for a couple of miles. At wan chai park via left (not sharp left) to Aberdeen reservoir road (rh turn after park) and walk all the way to...More

Thank scotlandj
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

The trail officially starts next to Old Post Office on Queen's Road East. Can't miss it. We stayed across the road at Hotel Indigo so it was easy for us. It's a super steep climb for about 1.5km, all the way to the end where...More

Thank Sweeter123
Reviewed 13 August 2016

A little hard to find and a steep climb in parts but well worth it. It is so green and peaceful that you can't believe you are in a big city. Moss covered wide path with runners and cyclists as well. There are a lot...More

Thank FoxThree
Reviewed 22 February 2016

A very peacefull and relaxed walk. Once you get past the stairs that are a bit steep, it gets very easy, and you can follow a pretty relaxed trail. I don't think anyone mentioned, but there is a famous Lover's Rock along the Bowen's trail....More

Thank Yuki4by
Reviewed 12 September 2014 via mobile

Just minutes away from the crowded streets of Wan Chai. This area is lovely and peaceful. The beautiful green trees and picturesque views of Hong Kong let you relax and unwind. It connects to Bowen fitness trail/path and a short detour takes you to Lover's...More

1  Thank wengya
Reviewed 22 June 2014

Just minutes away from the madness of Wan Chai & the craziness of Causeway Bay, this is my favourite urban hike on earth! The trail goes straight up giving your legs and heart a fine workout and great views over the city. It's also fascinating...More

1  Thank kris10Paris_France
Reviewed 16 April 2014

My review is about the fitness trail more than the green one. I like to find a spot for a run wherever I go. We were staying at the Indigo in Wan Chai and this is accessible via some steep paths. Its only a few...More

1  Thank Sean09
Reviewed 19 June 2013

The Wan Chai Green Trail is Wan Chai Gap Road, or at least part of it is. From the Old Wan Chai Post Office on Queen's Road East, Wan Chai Gap Road runs up the mountain on a steep grade, and connects to Bowen Road...More

1  Thank Cal1990
Reviewed 5 September 2012 via mobile

Another wonderful way Hong Kong offers to escape from crowded metropolitan areas. The trail wriggles out through green forest deep spots to wonderful sightseeings of the city. The surroundings of Wan Chai and Po Lam Road include a really huge labyrint of other hiking paths...More

1  Thank wayl
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