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Maclehose Trail Sec.4(馬鞍山麥理浩徑第4段) @ Ma On Shan, NT, HK
Pyramid Hill 大金鐘

Ma On Shan, rising 702 metres above sea level, is the second highest peak in the New Territories, ranking just after Tai Mo Shan, and the fourth highest peak in Hong Kong. Standing opposite to the Hunchbacks, Ma On Shan gets its Chinese name from the saddle-shaped passes, known to hikers as the "head saddle" (The Ma On Shan main peak) and "end saddle" (the Hunch Backs). Ma On Shan's striking profile is visible in many parts of the New Territories.

馬 鞍 山 高 七 百 零 二 米 , 在 新 界 區 繼 大 帽 山 之 後 排 行 第 二 , 而 以 全 港 計 則 排 行 第 四 。 馬 鞍 山 與 牛 押 山 相 對 , 形 成 馬 鞍 形 狀 , 故 名 馬 鞍 山 。 行山人士 將 它 分 為 馬 鞍 頭 ( 即 馬 鞍 山 主 峰 ) 及 馬 鞍 尾 ( 牛 胛 山 ) 。 在 新 界 多 處 , 都 可 以 看 見 這 個 「 馬 鞍 」 。初春三月及四月,馬鞍山周邊都可見到盛開的杜鵑花。




Copyright: Wongchichuen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12068x6034
Taken: 23/03/2014
Uploaded: 25/03/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: hong kong maclehose trail; hiking; hong kong landscape; country park
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More About Pyramid Hill 大金鐘

Pyramid Hill also known as Tai Kam Chung 大金鐘 rising up 536m above sea level is located at Ma On Shan Country Park, Eastern New Territories.