Hong Kong Trail Section 7 is an easy, flat, concrete trail that runs from Tai Tam Road to To Tei Wan, the west coast of Shek O. The majority of the trail is lined with a railing on the left side to prevent hikers from falling into the water channel that runs parallel to the path. To the right are views of Tai Tam Tuk, Red Hill, and Stanley. It’s a clean, easy, and relaxing walk. Towards the end is a small beach where Hong Kong Hobie Club is located.

Shek O rocks approaching the end of the trail.

Hike elevation

Section 7 is extremely flat and easy to walk. The elevation remains at 40-60m for the entire trail until the end near To Tei Wan, where there is a high ascent to 140m that leads to Shek O Road—the finishing point of Section 7 and starting point of Section 8, Dragon’s Back Trail.

View of Red Hill and Stanley from Section 7.

Trail surface

90% of the trail is a narrow strip of concrete with railings on the left side. There’s a small section dirt path approaching To Tei Wan, and after that is a series of concrete steps that leads to the finishing point at Shek O Road bus stop.

To Tei Wan Beach.

Transport

Going to the starting point

Take bus 14 from Sai Wan Ho towards Stanley Plaza. Get off at Tam Tam Reservoir bus stop.

Leaving the finishing point

Take bus 9 from To Tei Wan, Shek O Road bus stop to Shau Kei Wan.