The Tai Mo Shan Country Park Visitor Centre is located at the junction of Route Twisk (the name is derived from ‘Tsuen Wan into Shek Kong’) and Tai Mo Shan Rd, which is crossed by the 100km MacLehose Trail, the territory's longest hiking path.
Hong Kong’s tallest mountain is not Victoria Peak but Tai Mo Shan, the ‘big misty mountain’ that, at 957m, is nearly twice as high as that relative molehill (552m) on Hong Kong Island. Several hiking trails thread up and around it, but you’ll need to bring your own food and water.
Take bus 51 from Tsuen Wan West MTR. Get off at 'Country Park' and walk five minutes along the Tai Mo Shan Rd.