The Serious Hiker’s Guide to Hong Kong: back in print

High ridges, sparkling waterfalls, lush fung shui woods and ancient fishing communities nestled in rocky harbours. Your mind refreshed, your limbs exercised, and your senses intoxicated, you wonder at the fact that only a few miles separate all this from one of the world’s most crowded cities.

The Serious Hiker’s Guide to Hong Kong — the bestselling guidebook to the SAR’s four long-distance hiking trails — is back in the shops in its sixth edition, with a new cover. Describing the Lantau Trail, Wilson Trail, MacLehose Trail and Hong Kong Trail, it’s been updated for 2010 and is profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. Available in all local bookshops.

11 thoughts on “The Serious Hiker’s Guide to Hong Kong: back in print”

  1. Anybody know where I can get a copy of this book ? eCopy or paper. A buddy has just moved to Kowloon and likes walking. This would be a great gift.

  2. Just would like to say thanks for writing the book in the first place. I recently (Sept. 2016) went on a longer trip than usual to Hong Kong and we used the book to plan out each of our days. Some of the details for the hikes weren’t exactly as the book said (poss. changes to the environmental factors rather than misinformation), and on a few occasions we took a wrong turn or got a little lost, but thankfully we had an interactive map with us to get us back on the right track. We saw far more of Hong Kong having a copy of the book than we would have realised existed. Thanks.

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