|Interactive Route Map||Cross Section Chart||Route Guide|
|Route||D4 - Lok Ma Chau - Ho Sheung Heung|
|Brief||Start at Lok Ma Chau Path and proceed to Lok Ma Chau Garden. There is a viewing point in the garden, where you can overlook the vast area of fish ponds near Shenzhen River. Then take the concrete path leading to the villages which are no longer included in the closed area since 2013. Enjoy the scenery of the fishponds and farmlands along the way, which offers a stark contrast with the urban views of Shenzhen to the north of the tranquil ponds, and feel the distinctive rural flavor pervading the villages. Continue along the riverside of River Indus (Ng Tung River) and River Beas (Sheung Yue River) to arrive at Ho Sheung Heung. The route is generally smooth and easy to walk.|
Lok Ma Chau (JK994921)
|Finishing Point||Ho Sheung Heung (KK025923)
- Take green minibus Route No. 51K at Ho Sheung Heung Village to MTR Sheung Shui Station.
|Length||about 8 km|
|Duration||about 4 hours|
|Level of Difficulty|
|Countryside Map||North West New Territories|
1. The details of the hiking routes and transportation information provided in this website are for reference only. Hikers are advised to choose the hiking routes most suitable for themselves and check the updated transportation information on the websites of the Transport Department and relevant transport operators before setting off.
2. Please dispose of used masks and refuse appropriately to maintain personal and environmental hygiene.
D1 - Shui Chuen O - Monkey Hill
D2 - Wan Chai Gap - Jardine’s Lookout
D3 - Monkey Hill - Shing Mun Reservoir
D4 - Lok Ma Chau - Ho Sheung Heung
D5 - Fu Tei Au - Wo Keng Shan
D6 - Kong Ha Au - Luk Keng
D7 - Braemar Hill - Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir
D8 - Hok Tau - Fung Yuen
D9 - Tai Tong - Ho Pui
D10 - Tuen Mun - Lam Tei Reservoir-Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery
D11 - Shek Mun Kap - Ngong Ping