High risk locations with records of fatal and serious accidents in country parks

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Country parks provide hiking trails of various levels of difficulty for public use and enjoyment. In view of the hiking accidents in recent years, AFCD has erected warning signs at appropriate locations to alert hikers not to enter areas with potential hazard. This webpage provides information of high risk locations with records of fatal and serious accidents in country parks for reference in planning for a hike. Hikers should avoid entering these high risk locations.

Country Park

Name. of location

Shing Mun Tai Shing Stream
Lion Rock Lion Rock Peak
Sai Kung East Sharp Peak
Quadruplex Pool
Yin Tsz Ngam
Plover Cove

Bride's Pool Waterfall

Lantau South Kau Nga Ling area
Shui Lo Cho
Lantau North Wong Lung Stream
Nei San Stream (near Nei Lak Shan Country Trail)
Pat Sin Leng The cliff at Hsien Ku Fung (also known as Monkey Cliff)
Ping Nam Stream
Tai Mo Shan Tai Shek Stream
Ma On Shan Tiu Shau Ngam area
The cliff at Fei Ngo Shan (also known as Suicide Cliff)
Lantau North (Extension) Nei San Stream (also known as Mo Tin Ngai)

 

The high risk locations contained in the webpage is by no means exhaustive. The information will be updated as necessary. Hikers should always pay attention to other factors, such as weather conditions and personal health conditions etc., when planning for a hike.