Important Notice

Physical Hike

Baggage storage service is provided at each start point. If you wish to store baggage at the Baggage Storage Counter at the start point, please present the Baggage Storage Tag together with the Number Cloth.

Getting a baggage storage tag:

Available on Material Collection Day. Please fill in your personal information on the back of the tag in advance.

  • Participants must store the baggage 15 minutes before the kickoff. No late baggage is accepted.
  • Participants should present their Number Cloths to retrieve the baggage at the end point.
  • Participants who fail to complete the Hike are required to collect their baggage at the end point.
  • Leave no valuables or fragile items in the baggage. The Organizer will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising from the Baggage Storage Services.
  • The Organizer reserves the right to refuse to store any hazardous or valuable items.
  • The Organiser will not offer any bags for your baggage. Participants are advised to use a bag with zipper to prevent your belongings from falling out.

Due to anti-pandemic measures by the government, there will be no food supply by the organiser along the route. Drinking water and/or sports drinks will be provided only in certain checkpoints. Participants may have to prepare sufficient food and drinks for themselves. There are several drinking water filling stations along Hong Kong Trail. Stores / snack kiosks at various locations also provide food and drinks. For more details, please refer to Supply Facilities on Hong Kong Trail.

Green Tips:

  • To minimise use of plastic bottles, no bottled drinks will be provided. Participants should bring their own bottle for water refill, and an extra bottle for filling Pocari Sweat.
  • Supplies of beverages are limited. Participants should not waste any resources.
Point Toilet Carpark Watsons Water / Pocari Sweat First Aid First Aid
50km SP: The Peak
25km SP:Tai Tam Country Park Barbecue Area 2 (Near Parkview)
10km SP:Aberdeen Country Park P.H.A.B. Barbecue Site
CP1:Peel Rise
CP2:Middle Gap Road
CP3:Parkview
CP4:Tai Tam Road
CP5:To Tei Wan
25km & 50km EP:Big Wave Bay
10km EP :The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association Sandilands Centre
Disqualification

The Organizer reserves the right to decline participant's qualification and result, if he/ she

  • fails to fulfill the anti-pandemic requirements (e.g. COVID-19 testing and Vaccine Pass)
  • fails to register at the specified time and venue
  • starts the Hike before the specified kick-off time
  • does not follow the stipulated route
  • 10km: Fail to pass Checkpoint 2
  • 50 & 25km: Fail to pass all specified checkpoints or fails to arrive at Checkpoint 5 (To Tei Wan), before the specified time
Withdrawal
  • Any participant who wishes to withdraw from the Hike prior to the event must inform the Organizer at 3961 0200 or send an email to Green Power.
  • Anyone who wants to drop out during the event must inform the Organizer at Withdrawal Hotline or inform the nearest checkpoint staff. For details, please refer to Contact Information
Team Results
  • For teams, the number of team members who complete the hike must be the same as that during enrollment. Otherwise, team result and ranking will not be provided.
  • All members can receive a team certificate if all of them complete the hike within the time limit. If any members of a team fail to complete the hike, the others can still receive an individual certificate, however, no ranking will be provided.

If there is Typhoon Signal No.3 or above, Flooding Warning, Landslip Warning, Red or Black Rainstorm Warning hoisted at 5:30am on the event day, the activity will be cancelled or postponed until further notice. Please pay attention to the media announcements, website announcements or check with the Organizer. If the weather is inclement, participants should take care of their safety and decide whether to join the event.

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International Emergency Call (Could be connected even there is no network coverage for the mobile phone): 112

  • First aid services are provided at all checkpoints. Please inform staff at the nearest checkpoint immediately of any injuries or illnesses.
  • Please note the distance posts during the event, so that you can tell the number of the nearest distance post in order to help to locate you in the event of emergency.
  • International distress signals: Send out 6 long signals in a minute; pause for one minute and repeat the signal until rescuers come. Forms of signal: (i) Blow a whistle (ii) Flash with a torch at night (iii) Reflect light with a mirror or metal sheet (iv) Wave shiny clothes
  • In case of hill fire, never attempt to put out the fire. Stay calm. Do not go uphill or enter woodland or grassland. Escape to thoroughly burnt areas and choose an easy path. Cover exposed parts of your body with clothes to prevent burnt. Call the 24-hour hotline at 2720 0777 to report hill fire and inform our staff at checkpoint nearby.
  • Help each other in any event of injury or accident and call the Organizer as soon as possible
  • Do not move or apply first aid to an injured person before you are sure of his/her condition
Be Considerate and Give Way to Others
  • Give way to other participants and hikers who walk faster than you.
  • Participants who walk fast should watch out for the safety of others. Do not rush.
  • There will be other hikers on the day of the event. Keep the rule "upwards on the left and downwards on the right" in mind, and give way to other hikers as appropriate.
Help Each Other
  • If you find any participants in need of assistance or in danger, offer your help under a safe condition and call the Organizer or the police.
Leave No Trace
  • Please sort the wastes into the litter bins, as well as various recycling bins placed along the trail and end points.
  • The most ideal way is to take your litter home.
Keep Quiet
  • The event route covers several country parks. Lower your voice so that all can enjoy a quiet countryside.
  • The event route passes several villages. Keep quiet to minimize disturbance to villagers.
Do Not Smoke
  • Do not smoke within the countryside area.
All participants must fulfill the following requirements:
  • Valid Vaccine Pass "Blue Code"
  • Negative PCR test result within 48 hours prior to the start of the event
  • Negative RAT test result on the day of the event
Anti-pandemic arrangements
  1. Checkpoints Anti-pandemic / Food and Drinks Supply Arrangements
    【To be announced later】
  2. Start Point Arrangements (e.g. Body Temperature Measure / Vaccine Pass and submission of RAT test result)
    【To be announced later】
  3. Submission of PCR Test Result
    【To be announced later】
  4. Other Anti-pandemic Arrangements
    【To be announced later】

The requirements may be updated by the government from time to time according to the latest situation.

For the public's health, participants must follow the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation, Cap.599G and Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) Regulation, Cap. 599I, while keeping a safe distance in the event.

Virtual Hike

Event Enquiry: 3961-0200 (Office hour: Monday to Friday 9:30am – 6:00pm)

Police Hotline: 2527 7177 / 999 (Emergency)
Fire Control Centre: 2720 0777
International Emergency Call (In case of having no network coverage or phone connection):112

  • If feeling unwell during the event, participant should pause and take a rest; in case of emergency, dial 999 to contact the police immediately.
  • Note the distance posts along the route, so that you can tell the number of the nearest distance post in order to help to locate you in the event of emergency.
  • International distress signals: Send out 6 long signals in a minute; pause for one minute and repeat the signal until rescuers come. Forms of signal: (i) Blow a whistle (ii) Flash with a torch at night (iii) Reflect light with a mirror or metal sheet (iv) Wave shiny clothes
  • In case of hill fire, never attempt to put out the fire. Stay calm. Do not go uphill or enter woodland or grassland. Escape to thoroughly burnt areas and choose an easy path. Cover exposed parts of your body with clothes to prevent burnt. Call the 24-hour hotline at 2720 0777 to report hill fire and inform our staff at checkpoint nearby.
  • Do not move or apply first aid to an injured person before you are sure of his/her condition.
Be Considerate and Give Way to Others
  • Give way to other participants and hikers who walk faster than you.
  • Participants who walk fast should watch out for the safety of others. Do not rush.
  • There will be other hikers on the day of the event. Keep the rule "upwards on the left and downwards on the right" in mind, and give way to other hikers as appropriate.
Help Each Other
  • If you find any participants in need of assistance or in danger, offer your help under a safe condition and call the organiser or the police.
Leave No Trace
  • Please sort the wastes into the litter bins, as well as various recycling bins placed along the trail and end points.
  • The most ideal way: Take your litter home.
Keep Quiet
  • The event route covers several country parks. Lower your voice so that all can enjoy a quiet countryside.
  • The event route passes several villages. Keep quiet to minimize disturbance to villager.
Do Not Smoke
  • Do not smoke within the countryside area.
For the public's health, participants must follow the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation, Cap.599G and Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) Regulation, Cap. 599I, while keeping a safe distance in the event.