Walks In Hong Kong Mt. Parker Road To Tai Tam Reservoir - 3

Enjoy Diverse Walks In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is chock full of fantastic hikes, such as Pat Sin Leng, Tai To Yan, and Lung Ha Wan, but the problem with those hikes is that they are too challenging for young children.

However have no fear, because below we have put together a MASSIVE list of walks in Hong Kong that are both scenic and pram/stroller friendly. Over our many years of living in Hong Kong, we have experienced all of these ourselves, so we can say with confidence, they are all pram-possible, and they are all excellent ways to experience Hong Kong with folks who might be a bit young to enjoy some of the more challenging hikes in the city.

Some of them are quite short, so if you combine them with another nearby walk or even some relaxation/exploration time of the other attractions in the various locations, you can easily turn all of them into half-day or even whole-day outdoor family adventures.

If you have any questions/comments about all of this, or if you have more walks in Hong Kong that you think we ought to add to this list, feel free to drop us a line below.

The Gear You’ll Need

While most of the walks below are not “hikes” we still recommend you bring the gear we mention in our day hike packing guide. For some other items we often use on our outdoor family adventures, check out our Amazon shop. If you’re looking for our distilled gear recommendations for these pram-friendly walks in Hong Kong, we suggest you bring:

  • A durable pram/stroller
  • Comfortable hiking shoes
  • Light, breathable clothing
  • Sunscreen and hats for sun protection
  • Water bottles and light snacks
  • A first-aid kit for emergencies

Our Walks In Hong Kong Maps

If you’d like to see all of our walks in Hong Kong in one neat place, we’ve compiled them right below. Later on in this post, we’ve also provided you with individual maps for each route.

All of these walks are quite easy relative to a true hike. However, we’ve compared them all to each other and categorized them as easy, moderate, and hard.

In the maps below:

  • The easy routes are the green ones.
  • The moderate routes are the yellow ones.
  • The hard routes are the red ones.

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Walks In Hong Kong

Black’s Link

Walks In Hong Kong Black's Link
Black’s Link is one of our favorite walks in Hong Kong.
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Distance: ~3.5 km (~2.17 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~255 m (837 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find the Black’s Link trail to be a scenic and relatively easy stroller friendly walk. It is well-known for its breathtaking views of the city’s skyline and lush greenery. Many hikers and joggers choose this trail for its accessibility and the tranquil ambiance it offers amidst the bustling city. As you explore this trail, you will gain a unique perspective of Hong Kong, witnessing both its natural beauty and urban landscape.

walks in Hong Kong Black's Link Elevation Profile
Black’s Link Elevation Profile

Wan Chai Gap Park To Aberdeen Reservoir

Walks In Hong Kong Wan Chai Gap Park To Aberdeen Reservoir
The playground at the start of this walk is an added bonus!
  • Trail Difficulty: Hard
  • Distance: ~3.1 km (~1.94 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~156 m (~515 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will take this unrelentingly downhill walking route from Wan Chai Gap Park to Aberdeen Reservoir, one of many classic walks in Hong Kong, and in doing so you’ll notice that this route offers a blend of urban and natural landscapes. You will start in the bustling district of Wan Chai and follow serene, green pathways toward the tranquil Aberdeen Reservoir. People favor this route for its picturesque views and the contrast it presents between Hong Kong’s vibrant city life and its peaceful natural surroundings.

walks in Hong Kong Wan Chai Gap Park To Aberdeen Reservoir Elevation Profile
Wan Chai Gap Park To Aberdeen Reservoir Elevation Profile

Peak Circle Walk And Luggard Road

Walks In Hong Kong Peak Circle Walk And Luggard Road
You can enjoy some of the most iconic views of Hong Kong Island from this route.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~3.58 km (~2.23 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~313 m (~1027 ft)
  • Duration: 1.5 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You should take this pram friendly route around The Peak Circle via Luggard Road, but we recommend you complete it in a counterclockwise direction. This is one of the most beautiful yet accessible walks in Hong Kong. It is a stunning and leisurely trail that offers panoramic views of the city and its surrounding waters.

Luggard Road has gentle slopes and is easily accessible, making it a pleasant walk. It showcases Hong Kong’s impressive skyline and lush greenery. The path is particularly popular for its breathtaking vistas, especially at dawn and dusk. You must visit it, whether you are a tourist or a local.

walks in Hong Kong Peak Circle Walk And Luggard Road Elevation Profile
Peak Circle Walk And Luggard Road Elevation Profile

Mt. Parker Road To Tai Tam Reservoir

Walks In Hong Kong Mt. Parker Road To Tai Tam Reservoir - 2
It’s not easy to get a pram up here, but the views make it worth it!
  • Trail Difficulty: Hard
  • Distance: ~8 km (~5 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~618m (~2029 ft)
  • Duration: 3-4 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will experience a peaceful and scenic journey through the heart of Hong Kong’s natural landscape as you walk from Mt. Parker Road to Tai Tam Reservoir. The uphill to Quarry Pass is stroller friendly but tiring. However, the path will take you through lush greenery, where you will enjoy tranquil views of the forest and catch glimpses of local wildlife. Your journey will end after a long downhill at the serene Tai Tam Reservoir, which is famous for its picturesque water views and calming atmosphere. It will be a delightful escape from the urban bustle.

walks in Hong Kong Mt. Parker Road To Tai Tam Reservoir Elevation Profile
Mt. Parker Road To Tai Tam Reservoir Elevation Profile

Parkview To Tai Tam Reservoir

Walks In Hong Kong Parkview To Tai Tam Reservoir
Take this downhill quad-burner slowly and steadily.
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Distance: ~4.2 km (~2.62 mile)
  • Elevation Gain: ~811 ft (~247 m)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will embark on a captivating and almost entirely downhill journey from Parkview to Tai Tam Reservoir. As you start from the upscale Parkview area, the trail will wind through lush hills, immersing you in a blend of vibrant greenery and historical landmarks.

Throughout your hike, you will be treated to stunning views of the Tai Tam Reservoir, one of the perks of some of the walks in Hong Kong, which serves as a vital water source for the city. Take in the tranquility of nature as you make your way, and be sure to appreciate the impressive dam of the reservoir and the remnants of colonial-era structures that dot the path.

walks in Hong Kong Parkview To Tai Tam Reservoir Elevation Profile
Parkview To Tai Tam Reservoir Elevation Profile

Morning Trail

Walks In Hong Kong Morning Trail
This classic walk is so gentle, we did it with Kai when he was an infant.
  • Trail Difficulty: Hard
  • Distance: ~2.9 km (~1.79 mile)
  • Elevation Gain: ~376m (~1234 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

Quite possibly one of the most popular walks in Hong Kong, you will find the Morning Trail an invigorating yet pram friendly walk. It is known for its accessibility and stunning city views. You can start your hike from the far western edge of Mid-Levels, right next to the Kotewall Fire Station. As you ascend the trail, you will be able to enjoy a serene and natural escape within the city, leading you to The Peak. Morning joggers and walkers particularly favor this trail for its combination of exercise and breathtaking vistas of the Hong Kong skyline.

walks in Hong Kong Morning Trail Elevation Profile
Morning Trail Elevation Profile

Pok Fu Lam Reservoir To The Peak

Walks In Hong Kong Pok Fu Lam Reservoir To The Peak
The approach to the reservoir.
  • Trail Difficulty: Hard
  • Distance: 2.25 km (~1.4 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~314 m (~1032 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will take a scenic and challenging uphill trail from Pok Fu Lam Reservoir to Victoria Peak. The trail will lead you through some of the city’s most beautiful natural landscapes. You will start from the serene Pok Fu Lam Reservoir and ascend, enjoying views of lush greenery and occasional glimpses of the city below. As you approach The Peak, which is Hong Kong Island’s highest point, the path will offer increasingly spectacular views of the Western coast of Hong Kong Island. It will be a rewarding experience for you.

walks in Hong Kong Pok Fu Lam Reservoir To The Peak Elevation Profile
Pok Fu Lam Reservoir To The Peak Elevation Profile

Bowen Road

Walks In Hong Kong Bowen Road
Supermom!
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Distance: ~4.3 km (~2.7 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~263 m (~864 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

Another one of the most classic walks in Hong Kong, you will find that Bowen Road offers a pleasant and relatively flat walking route, which is renowned for its ease and accessibility. Joggers and walkers alike favor this trail, as it provides you with panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline and the lush greenery of Mid-Levels. If you’d like a bit of an extra challenge, take the many stair to the summit of the Bown Road Lovers’ Stone Garden to enjoy some interesteing view of the city below. Bowen Road stretches for about 4 kilometers, making it an ideal spot for you to enjoy a leisurely stroll or a brisk walk, away from the city’s hustle and bustle.

walks in Hong Kong Bowen Road Elevation Profile
Bowen Road Elevation Profile

Plover Cove Dam Wall

Walks In Hong Kong Plover Cove Dam Wall
Rent a bike-cart here, if you’d prefer not to walk.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~5.23 km (~3.25 mi) out and back
  • Elevation Gain: ~112 m (~368 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will have a unique and scenic experience when you walk along the Plover Cove Dam Wall. The stunning views of Plover Cove Reservoir and the surrounding sea will be right in front of you. The path is set on the dam itself, making it a flat and easy walk suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels.

As you traverse the dam wall, you will be treated to the tranquil beauty of water on both sides and the majestic Pat Sin Leng range in the background. It will be a peaceful escape and a delight for photographers and one of our favorite walks in Hong Kong. Turn this walk in Hong Kong into a full day outdoor family adventure by enjoying some time on the nearby Long Mei Beach.

walks in Hong Kong Plover Cove Dam Wall Elevation Profile
Plover Cove Dam Wall Elevation Profile

Tai Po Waterfront

Walks In Hong Kong Tai Po Waterfront Park
The Tai Po Waterfront is a well maintained and scenic promenade.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~3.94 km (~2.45 mi) out and back
  • Elevation Gain: ~50 m (167 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find this walking route along the Tai Po Waterfront Park to be one of those walks in Hong Kong that is both delightful and leisurely. It can be a part of your larger Tai Po Walking tour, or you can simply enjoy the Tai Po Waterfront on its own. The area’s natural beauty and serene atmosphere make it perfect for your enjoyment.

The park has a well-maintained path that meanders through it, offering stunning views of the Tolo Harbour and lush green landscapes. You will also find various attractions in the park, including thematic gardens and a large spiral lookout tower. Families, joggers, and those seeking a peaceful retreat in nature often visit this popular spot.

walks in Hong Kong Tai Po Waterfront Elevation Profile
Tai Po Waterfront Elevation Profile

Siu Sai Wan Promenade

Walks In Hong Kong Siu Sai Wan Promenade
Just Peri taking a run along the Siu Sai Wan Promenade.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~1.1 km (~0.7 mi) out and back
  • Elevation Gain: ~12 m (~40 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

This is one of the shortest walks in Hong Kong on this list, so you can take a very leisurely stroll along the picturesque but very short Siu Sai Wan Promenade. The well-paved route offers stunning views of the sea and a refreshing breeze. The expansive ocean backdrop adds to the tranquility of this coastal walkway.

As you walk, you can enjoy the scenic beauty of the coastline, occasional seating areas, and exercise facilities. It is a popular destination for both locals and tourists looking for a serene escape by the water. And, while the Leaping Dragon Walk is not pram/stroller friendly, you can keep it in mind for when your young ones are up to speed as hikers, as it too starts right from the Siu Sai Wan Promenade.

walks in Hong Kong Siu Sai Wan Promenade Elevation Profile
Siu Sai Wan Promenade Elevation Profile

Central And Western District Promenade To Central Ferry Pier

Walks In Hong Kong Central And Western District Promenade To Central Ferry Pier
Perfect for toddlers and adults alike!
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 3 km (~1.9 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 21 m (71 ft)
  • Duration: 1.5 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will take a captivating urban stroll along the Victoria Harbour waterfront when you walk from the Central and Western District Promenade to the Central Ferry Pier. Of all the walks in Hong Kong, this is likely the one we’ve done the most times. The path offers a blend of modern cityscape views and the tranquility of the harbor, with the bustling backdrop of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers.

You will find the route well-paved and there are a few restrooms and vending machines along the path, making it a popular choice for both locals and tourists. Experience the vibrant heart of the city while enjoying a leisurely walk to the iconic ferry piers.

walks in Hong Kong Central And Western District Promenade To Central Ferry Pier Elevation Profile
Central And Western District Promenade To Central Ferry Pier Elevation Profile

Golden Bauhinia Square To Central Ferry Pier

Walks In Hong Kong Golden Bauhinia Square To Central Ferry Pier
This walks offers excellent views of the skyline, especially at night.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 1.6 km (~1 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 18 m (~60 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

This is yet another one of those classic walks in Hong Kong. You will take a delightful and scenic journey along the Victoria Harbour when you walk from Golden Bauhinia Square (located in front of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre) to the Central Ferry Piers. This path will lead you past iconic landmarks and through bustling areas, where you will enjoy splendid views of the harbor and the city’s skyline.

Many people love this route because it combines cultural attractions, like the famous Golden Bauhinia statue, with the lively atmosphere of the Central Ferry Pier. Whether you are a visitor or a local, you must experience this route. Also, consider experiencing this one at night for a fantastic view of the skyline!

walks in Hong Kong Golden Bauhinia Square To Central Ferry Pier Elevation Profile
Golden Bauhinia Square To Central Ferry Pier Elevation Profile

Kwun Tong Promenade

The wooden flooring make this a bit bumpy, but that means extra fun for the stroller passenger.
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 1.45 km (~0.9 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 12 m (~39 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

You can enjoy a refreshing urban walk along the waterfront at the Kwun Tong Promenade. The promenade showcases a blend of modern art installations and offers scenic views of Victoria Harbour. You will be amazed by the transformation of this once-industrial area into a beautifully landscaped promenade. It has now become a lively public space with interactive art pieces, a music platform, and thematic gardens. The unique combination of cultural elements and tranquil harbor views makes this walk particularly enjoyable. That is why it is a popular spot for both locals and tourists.

walks in Hong Kong Kwun Tong Promenade Elevation Profile
Kwun Tong Promenade Elevation Profile

Hung Hom Ferry Pier To TST Promenade

Try your best to NOT come here on a Sunday. Oops!
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~2.6 km (~1.6 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~30 m (~99 ft)
  • Duration: 1.5 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

This is not one of the most off-the-beaten-path walks in Hong Kong, but it is a classic. You will experience a delightful journey along the bustling Victoria Harbour waterfront as you walk from Hung Hom Ferry Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) Promenade. The stunning views of the iconic Hong Kong skyline and the vibrant cultural scene of TST will captivate you. This path is popular for its scenic beauty, especially in the evenings when the city lights create a mesmerizing backdrop. It is a favorite for both leisurely strolls and romantic walks.

walks in Hong Kong Hung Hom Ferry Pier To TST Promenade Elevation Profile
Hung Hom Ferry Pier To TST Promenade Elevation Profile

Gold Coast Promenade

Walks In Hong Kong Gold Coast Promenade
Who doesn’t love massive golden dolphins?
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~1.6 km (~1 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~27 m (~88 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

You can experience a luxurious and scenic walk along the Gold Coast Promenade. This might be one of the most overlooked of the walks in Hong Kong. The promenade offers a stunning view of the South China Sea and creates a serene beachfront ambiance. It is a beautifully landscaped area that is part of the upscale Hong Kong Gold Coast development. You can enjoy leisurely walks, jogs, and family outings in this peaceful and picturesque setting. The pristine beach, marina, and various dining and shopping options in the area make it a popular destination for a relaxing and upscale experience.

walks in Hong Kong Gold Coast Promenade Elevation Profile
Gold Coast Promenade Elevation Profile

East Coast Park To Wan Chai Ferry Pier

Walks In Hong Kong East Coast Park To Wan Chai Ferry Pier
There are plenty of places here to play “balance, balance, balance…”
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: ~2.4 km (~1.5 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~18 m (~58 ft)
  • Duration: 1.5 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

This is one of the newest walks in Hong Kong. You will experience a modern urban adventure as you walk from the Central-Wanchai Bypass East Vent Shaft to the Wan Chai Ferry Pier. This route will take you in front of Victoria Park right along the coastline. For a while, you’ll pass by commercial buildings, as you safely parallel the highway. Finally, you will reach the Wan Chai Ferry Pier, where you can enjoy picturesque views of the harbor and feel the city’s maritime heritage.

walks in Hong Kong East Coast Park To Wan Chai Ferry Pier Elevation Profile
East Coast Park To Wan Chai Ferry Pier Elevation Profile

Quarry Bay Promenade

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 1.45 km (~0.9 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 15 m (~51 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

You can explore the vibrant and scenic Quarry Bay Promenade, and you won’t even break a sweat. This waterfront walkway offers picturesque views of Victoria Harbour, Devil’s Peak, Lion Rock, and even Suicide Cliff. It stretches along the Quarry Bay area and is a popular spot for both leisurely walks and energetic jogs. The stunning city skyline and calming waters provide a beautiful backdrop.

As you walk along the route, you can enjoy various public artworks, landscaped gardens, and ample seating areas. To extend this adventure, consider taking your kids to the massive Quarry Bay Park Children’s Playground.

walks in Hong Kong Quarry Bay Promenade Elevation Profile
Quarry Bay Promenade Elevation Profile

Deep Water Bay To Repulse Bay

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 2 km (~1.3 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 121 m (~400 ft)
  • Duration: 1.5 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find the walking route from Deep Water Bay to Repulse Bay to be one of the most picturesque coastal walks in Hong Kong. It is renowned for its stunning sea views and gentle breezes. As you walk along the edge of the water, you will be treated to a serene experience with panoramic vistas of the bay and surrounding hills. This route is popular among both leisurely walkers and fitness enthusiasts. They enjoy the combination of natural beauty and the vibrant, beachside atmosphere of Repulse Bay.

walks in Hong Kong Deep Water Bay To Repulse Bay Elevation Profile
Deep Water Bay To Repulse Bay Elevation Profile

Stanley Beach Promenade

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 0.5 km (~0.3 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 18 m (~60 ft)
  • Duration: 30 minutes, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find the walk along Stanley Beach Promenade to be a charming and relaxing experience. As the shortest of the walks in Hong Kong mentioned in this list, you’ll want to take advantage of the other attractions in this area when you come here. In any case, the calm waves of the South China Sea will provide a serene backdrop as you stroll along this picturesque promenade.

Adjacent to the famous Stanley Beach, this tranquil escape from the city’s hustle offers beautiful sea views, soft sands, and a gentle sea breeze. Many people enjoy leisurely strolls, sunbathing, and soaking in the quaint ambiance of the Stanley area, with its array of cafes and shops nearby.

walks in Hong Kong Stanley Beach Promenade Elevation Profile
Stanley Beach Promenade Elevation Profile

Discovery Bay Promenade

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 1.1 km (0.7 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 8 m (26 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find that walking along the Discovery Bay Promenade offers you a serene and picturesque experience. Of the many walks in Hong Kong, this one will not immerse you in Hong Kong culture, but this beautifully landscaped promenade, located in the tranquil and removed area of Discovery Bay, provides stunning views of the bay and surrounding hills. Many people enjoy leisurely strolls, jogging, and soaking in the relaxed atmosphere here. You can also explore the nearby cafes and shops, which add to the unique, resort-like vibe of the promenade.

walks in Hong Kong Discovery Bay Promenade Elevation Profile
Discovery Bay Promenade Elevation Profile

Ma On Shan Promenade

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 4.2 km (~2.6 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: ~51 m (~166 ft)
  • Duration: 2 hours, depending on your pace and breaks

You can enjoy a scenic and peaceful waterfront walkway at the Ma On Shan Promenade. The promenade offers panoramic views of the Tolo Harbour and the lush Ma On Shan mountains. It stretches along the coastline and is well-maintained, making it perfect for leisurely strolls, jogs, and family outings. Locals and visitors alike love its tranquility and natural beauty, with the mountains and sea as a backdrop. It is a refreshing outdoor experience that you will not want to miss and certainly deserves a place on this list of walks in Hong Kong. If you’d like a memorable meal while you’re in this area, consider heading over to Whitehead Barbecue.

walks in Hong Kong Ma On Shan Promenade Elevation Profile
Ma On Shan Promenade Elevation Profile

Sai Kung Promenade

  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 1.8 km (~1.1 mi)
  • Elevation Gain: 20 m (~64 ft)
  • Duration: 1 hour, depending on your pace and breaks

You will find the Sai Kung Promenade to be a delightful coastal walk that showcases the charming and laid-back atmosphere of the Sai Kung town. As you walk along this scenic route, you will be treated to picturesque views of the waterfront, bustling with colorful fishing boats and surrounded by natural beauty.

The promenade is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike, making it perfect for leisurely strolls, enjoying fresh seafood from the nearby market, and soaking in the unique culture and tranquility of this quaint fishing village. After you tick this off your list of walks in Hong Kong, consider chilling on the nearby beach, and enjoying the soothing sounds of the ocean.

walks in Hong Kong Sai Kung Promenade Elevation Profile
Sai Kung Promenade Elevation Profile

Walks In Hong Kong – Conclusion

From easy strolls along promenades to peaceful hikes through lush landscapes, walks in Hong Kong offer a wide range of family-friendly experiences that are ideal for exploring the city’s natural beauty and urban charm.

You can explore the city’s natural charms on half-day or full-day adventures, with options ranging from easy coastal paths to moderately challenging trails, each offering unique views and experiences.

If you ask us, these are some of the most ideal ways to experience Hong Kong’s diverse landscapes and vibrant culture with kids who might not yet be ready for some of the longer and more intense hikes that this marvelous city has to offer. So, get out there and enjoy these walks in Hong Kong for yourself!

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