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The Maclehose Trail

Listed under Walking in Hong Kong, China.

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This 100 kilometre trail takes walkers through Hong Kongメs interior countryside, a different Hong Kong from what most visitors come to see. Clearly marked at 500 metre intervals, this walk has a few gentle strolling sections, a few steep inclines and a little bit of unsteady ground. For people looking for a BIG challenge there is an annual team race along the length of the trail.

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Written by  World Reviewer Staff.

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“Hong Kong Not so far from Hong Kong's madding crowd: Hiking in Hong Kong”

By Carole Cadwalladr for The Guardian. First published on 4th January 2009. ...I was, in fact, going hiking in Hong Kong, which sounds like one of those oxymorons made up by an overenthusiastic tourist board, like a Dubai culture break or a Scottish wi… Read more...

Written by press. See the full article in The Guardian, 4th January 2009.

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at what sectiosn can you (easily) stop and stay somewhere overnight in a small hote ...or can you camp as well?

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