This trail starts at Lei Yue Mun Seafood District (which is a good lunch spot if you do this trail in the other direction). You will have a nice view from Devil Peak and don’t miss the funny sculptures on half way of the trail.

9.3 km (GPS Distance 6.5 km)
Difficulty: Medium (3/5)
Time: 3–4 h
Elevation: Gain; Appx. 356 m, Loss; Appx 211 m
Distance posts: W019–W031

Startpoint – GoogleMap
Endpoint – GoogleMap

Highlights: Take a short detour at W021 up to the summit of Devil’s Peak, where you can find extensive ruins of wartime defences. At W024 you will walk on Black Hill and have a good view over eastern Kowloon. And check out the concrete sculptures.

How to get there: Take MTR to Yau Tong (Exit A2). It is a little bit hard to find the starting point so walk slowly so you don’t miss it. Pass the “Fat People” art installation on your left hand side take the steps on your right down to Cha Kwo Ling Rd. Follow the pink signs to Lei due Mun Seafood District, walk through the seafood village, pass the public bath house. The first trail sign will appear in the paved road just before Tin Hau Temple.

How to get home: The trail will end at the Clearwater Bay Rd. Take bus 91, 91M or 92 from the near side of the road and jump off at Diamond Hill or Choi Hung MTR station.

Good to know
Can be a little bit tricky to find the start. Check the starting point at the google-link above.