Green Sense Charity Hike 2017 – Devil’s Peak Adventure
Green Sense Charity Hike 2017 is our annual fund-raising event, aiming in arising the public interest and concern for the natural environment. This year, we select the adventure route to “Devil’s Peak”, in Lei Yue Mun, Kowloon. It is part of the popular “Wilson Trail” Section 3. The full view of Clearwater Bay Peninsula and Victoria Harbour comes into sight after reaching the hilltop. The battery and redoubt are perfectly matched with the spectacular vision. Check points with information of the route and nearby environment may give you more insights into our hometown.
By sharing the information about the natural habitat and the impacts of urban development towards natural environment, we hope participants to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the countryside and spend a weekend joyfully, while comprehending the unique environment of Hong Kong. After realising the importance of green living individually, household, and in the community, we may together treasure and protect our natural resources for the sake of the future generation, both locally and globally.
Date: 19th March 2017 (Sun)
|09:30-09:45||Assembly at Lam Tin Park (Near Tak Lai House, Tak Tin Estate,
10-15 mins walk from Lam Tin MTR Station Exit A)
|09:45||Start of Kick-off Ceremony|
|10:00-13:30||Charity Hike with check points along the route
Participants may leave or continue other trails after reaching End Point at the Shelter near the Wilson Trail Section 3 View Compass (10 mins walk to Lei Yue Mun Hoi Pong Road)
Lam Tin Park > Cheung Lung Tin > O King Road (Reverse Wilson Trail Section 3) > Chiu Keng Wan Shan > Gouph Battery > Devil’s Peak > Shelter near Wilson Trail Section 3 View Compass (About 6.5km, can be completed in 3 hrs)
*This route is for rookies and family, suggesting aged 6 or above
($100,000 Group Personal Insurance included)
The minimum donation is $400 for individual participant ($300 for aged under 18).
Please click HERE for the online registration (Enrollment deadline: 10th March)
For more details, please visit http://greensense.org.hk/charityhike