Fu Tei Country Trail
Country Trail

Trail Summary

4 km
2 hours
West New Territories
Overall Difficulty (2-Star Moderate)

Length (Rating 2-Star)

Duration (Rating 2-Star)

Gradient (Rating 0-Star)

Surface (Rating 2-Star)

Shading Level
(3 green leaves represent high shading level)

  • (Medium)

Overall Rating (5 hearts is the highest)

(Rating 2-Heart)

For the many places whose historical side has been swallowed up by towering skyscrapers, names are all that is left.  One such example is Fu Tei, Tuen Mun, where, according to legend, tigers could be spotted.  The pity of it is that the truth of it will always remain a mystery. A little distance ahead, the sound of rushing water of Fu Tei Hang stream can be heard. Just above Fu Tei Hang along the hill, the level and well-shaded Fu Tei Country Trail lies.  At the end of the stream sits Lam Tei Irrigation Reservoir, which was put into service in 1957.  It is a long and narrow lake.  In autumn, the hills behind the trees turn golden in the breeze, reflected together with the azure sky in the placid waters of the lake.  Its dam is also long and narrow, so when looked back at the dam, the reservoir is like a long river deep into the woods and mountains.  The hike is never complete without paying a visit to the monument erected next to the dam, which was inscribed ‘Lo Fu Hang Dam, Hung Shui Hang, Yuen Long, the New Territories’ and unveiled by the then Governor of Hong Kong Sir Alexander William George Herder Grantham.  This provides proof that the stream was once called ‘Lo Fu Hang’; the question now is, ‘is the legend about tigers being around true?’

Transportation Information

Start Point
Take bus or minibus and get off at Lingnan University, Castle Peak Road (Lingnan), then turn to Fu Tei Road and walk uphill for about 20 minutes to the entrance which is next to Fu Tei Barbecue Site.

Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB) routes - 53, 67M, 67X, 261, 267X and 960S( 267X and 960S only runs on Weekday morning)
MTR Bus routes - K51
Green minibus route - 46

Finish Point
Back to the start point of the Trail and walk downhill along Fu Tei Road to take public transportation. 

The transportation information provided in this website is for reference only. Please check the updated transportation information from the websites of Transport Department and relevant transport utilities before setting off.

Hong Kong eTransport web page

Route Map

The below map showing the route and the scenic spots along the hiking trail.
For details, please refer to the transportation information above and photos captions text below.

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