Shek Pik Trail @ TransLantau 100


After running, jogging and walking for sixty (60) kilometers and after covering a distance of 4-5 kilometers from Tai O Village, the trail route leads to a single-track trail which is surrounded by grasses, shrubs, rocks, and small trees. One has to veer right from the cemented path/road and start an uphill climb on this trail. This is about 2-kilometer uphill and very steep climb towards the Cable Tram that goes to the Big Buddha.

In order to appreciate the beauty of the landscape and the scenery that one can see as you go higher on the trail, I was able to discover these photos/pictures which were taken by Lai Lam Po of Hongkong and posted in the event’s website. These pictures will also serve as a reference for this who are planning to join in the next edition/s of the TransLantau 100 Trail Run.

Very Steep & Thickly Vegetated
Very Steep & Thickly Vegetated
You Are Not Supposed To See The Top Of The Mountain
You Are Not Supposed To See The Top Of The Mountain
Bridge Construction In Progress
Bridge Construction In Progress
Panoramic View Of The Sea
Panoramic View Of The Sea
Patience Is A Virtue
Patience Is A Virtue
After Reaching The Peak, Another Peak Emerges
After Reaching The Peak, Another Peak Emerges
Finally, At The Peak
Finally, At The Peak
Going Down The Stairs
Going Down The Stairs From The Peak
Going Up To Cable Tram Area
Going Up To Cable Tram Area
Trail After The Cable Tram Area, Leading To Ngo Ping
Trail After The Cable Tram Area, Leading To Ngo Ping

These pictures were arranged in this post from the start of the Shek Pik Trail up to the trail leading to Ngong Ping.

These pictures were taken by Lai Lam Po.

Happy trail running and hiking!