Kam Kui Shek Teng

Risk 60%
Sunburn 70%





Kam Kui Shek Teng (also known as “Yuk Yan Shan”) is located at northern side of High Island Reservoir. There is a giant rock resembles a toad standing on top of the Kam Kui Shek Teng at 178m high. “Kam Kui” literally means “toad” in Chinese.
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Sai Wan Pavilionpin-png-2424Chui Tung Au1471007774_Red_flagKam Kui Shek Tengpin-png-2424Chui Tung AuSai Wan Pavilion
1471009312_map Distance6 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration2 hr 35 min
1471007737_Food SupplyNone
1471007878_Revert Exit / BranchNot available
1439817821_Aquicon-Basecamp Highest Pt.Kam Kui Shek Teng (178 m)
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 6 [Standard]

Sai Wan Pavilion

  • Taking Residents’ service route No. NR29 at Sai Kung Town Centre, and get off at Sai Wan Pavilion (Terminal);
  • Taking taxi at Sai Kung Town Centre, and get off at Sai Wan Pavilion.

The entrance to  Kam Kui Shek Teng at Maclehose Trail Section 2 is hidden, and the path is not clear.  It is recommended  hiking with experienced hikers when taking this trail.

The path to Kam Kui Shek Teng is full of dense growth plants, it is recommended to wear a long-sleeves shirt for protection.

Total distance: 5.87 km
Max elevation: 160 m
Min elevation: 80 m
Total climbing: 388 m
Total descent: -390 m
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