|Start at||40 min||85 min||50 min||20 min||60 min|
|Wong Nai Tau||Nui Po Au||Shek Nga Shan||Buffalo Hill||West Buffalo Hill||Wong Nai Tau|
|Duration||4 hr 15 min|
|Exit / Branch||After Buffalo Hill, you can turn left and downhill to Fu Yung Pit, and leave at Shek Nga Pui via the mid-slope of West Buffalo Hill.|
|Highest Pt.||Shek Nga Shan (540 m), Buffalo Hill (606 m), West Buffalo Hill (604 m)|
|Difficulty||Level 8 [Advanced]|
|Comments||The route to Nui Po Au is not difficult, you may treat it as warm-up route before climbing up to Shek Nga Shan. The route to Shek Nga Shan is strength-demanding, unclear, frequent up/down cycle. At the top of Shek Nga Shan, to watch back to the route that you have crossed, you will find your satisfaction invaluable.|
Wong Nai Tau / Kwong Yuen Estate
|Transport||Route||Get on / get off at||Remarks|
|Bus No. 49X||Tsing Yi Ferry Pier ⇔ Kwong Yuen||Kwong Yuen (Terminal)|
|Bus No. 82C||Science Park ⇔ Kwong Yuen||Kwong Yuen (Terminal)|
|Bus No. 85A||Kowloon City Ferry Pier ⇔ Kwong Yuen||Kwong Yuen (Terminal)|
|Bus No. 281A||Kowloon Station ⇔ Kwong Yuen||Kwong Yuen (Terminal)|
|Minibus No. 804||Hin Keng ⇔ Kwong Yuen||Kwong Yuen (Terminal)|
|Bus No. 83K||Shatin Town Centre ⇔ Wong Nai Tau||Wong Nai Tau (Terminal)||Circular Route|
|Bus No. 86||Mei Foo ⇔ Wong Nai Tau||Wong Nai Tau (Terminal)|
|Bus No. 89D||Lam Tin Station ⇔ Wu Kai Sha Station||Wong Nai Tau|
The route between Nui Po Au and Shek Nga Shan is not clear, and strength-demanding. It is recommended to go with experienced hikers.
The route sloping down from West Buffalo Hill is steep.
The route is mostly not tree-shaded. It is recommended to apply sunscreen, and bring along with enough food and water.
Max elevation: 569 m
Min elevation: 51 m
Total climbing: 562 m
Total descent: -556 m