Tate’s Cairn

Safety Risk 15%
Sunburn 55%





Tate’s Cairn is a mountain with 577m in height and lies between Wong Tai Sin and Sha Tin. It is one of the peaks of the Kowloon Ridge. The name “Tate” may originate from maps created by a surveyor named George Passman Tate.
Activities[Hiking]、[Sunset Viewing]
Other Routeskowloon015saikung041saikung025new
Starting Pt.20 min55 min55 min70 min
Pok Hong Estatepin-png-2424Tsz Sha Ancient Trailpin-png-2424Sha Tin Pass1471007774_Red_flagsTate’s CairnFei Ngo Shan Road
1471009312_map Distance10 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration3 hr 20 min
1471007737_Food SupplyStore at Sha Tin Pass
1471007878_Revert Exit / Branch
  • there is a branch trail at Shatin Pass that leads down to Tsz Wan Kok
  • there are branch trails at Tai Lo Au that leads down to Clear Water Bay Road, Ho Chung and Kwong Yuen Estate respectively.
1439817821_Aquicon-Basecamp Highest Pt.Tate’s Cairn (577 m)
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 5 [Standard]

Pok Hong Estate

  • Take MTR (Ma On Shan Line) to Sha Tin Wai Station and go to Shui Chuen Au Street from Exit D
  • Other transports:
TransportRouteGet off atRemarks
Bus No. 182XCentral (Macau Ferry) ⇔ Shui Chuen OPok Hong 
Bus No. 287XJordan ⇔ Shui Cheun OPok Hong Circular route
Bus No. 288Sha Tin Central ⇔ Shui Chuen OPok Hong Circular route

Fei Ngo Shan Road

TransportRouteGet On atRemarks
Mini Bus No. 1Telford Gardens ⇔ Sai KungFei Ngo Shan Road 
Mini Bus No. 1ARhythm Garden ⇔ Sai KungFei Ngo Shan Road 


Be aware of the vehicles when walking along Shatin Pass Road and Fei Ngo Shan Road.

Total distance: 10.08 km
Max elevation: 556 m
Min elevation: 5 m
Total climbing: 807 m
Total descent: -651 m