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Updated conditions of country parks and HKUGGp facilities after Super Typhoon Mangkhut (Updated on 16 November 2018)

After the typhoon, AFCD has been clearing fallen trees and repairing damaged facilities in full strength with a view to reopening those facilities to the public as soon as possible. At present, except individual campsites and a few hiking trails in the North New Territories, restoration of country park facilities, including forest tracks, recreational sites and hiking trails, has been generally completed.




Temporary Closure of Designated Campsites

Sai Kung


Long Ke Wan Campsite

Tai Mong Tsai Campsite

North New Territories

Tung Ping Chau Campsite

Lantau Island

Lo Kei Wan Campsite

Tai Long Wan Campsite

Tsin Yue Wan Campsite



Temporary Closure of Hiking Trails

North New Territories

Ping Chau Country Trail

Plover Cove Reservoir Country Trail

Tai Po Kau Colour Walk – Yellow and Brown Walks


We will provide updates on country park facilities on the "Enjoy Hiking" website (https://www.hiking.gov.hk) from time to time. Country park visitors may make reference to the information above to plan their trips. For the sake of safety, please refrain from entering temporary closed areas and those areas affected by fallen trees and landslides, remain vigilant of their own safety and pay attention to notices on site.




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Last Review Date : 16 November 2018