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Hong Kong’s first and longest hiking route, the MacLehose Trail, was opened on October 26, 1979. It was named after the city’s longest-serving colonial governor, Sir Murray MacLehose, an avid hiker who established the city’s country parks. In 2016, the 100km (62 mile) path was listed as one of the world’s best hikes by the National Geographic Society. This year, the beloved trail was embraced by even more hikers amid the Covid-19 pandemic, which caused border closures and the suspension of travel. Follow in the footsteps of Mark Agnew, South China Morning Post reporter, to explore the stunning and spectacular views on Hong Kong’s most popular hiking trail.
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