This hiking route skirts along the western foot hills
of Kau Nga Ling. Above your head, the blaze-like
spurs of Kau Nga Ling rise like fangs of a wild
The 539m Kau Nga
Ling is made up of 5 spurs that spread out like fingers.
Each of the five spurs is rugged. For the sake of
personal safety, do not overstretch your ability
to climb these peaks.
The beginning section
of the trail is rather gentle, but it descent gradually
for 500m via a flight of steps to a wide catchwater.
The lush green open space here has many magnificent
trees, with wood stools under them for tired hikers.
This is the Shek Pik Catchment.
extends to the Cheung Sha Catchment in the east,
and to the Kau Ling Chung Catchment in the west.
It also links up with the West and North Keung Shan
Catchments and the East and West Sham Wat Catchment.
This extensive catchment system is one of the facilities
of Shek Pik Reservoir.