Shing Mun Reservoir (城門水塘)
Root of Trees at Shing Mun Reservoir (Photo by Chensong)

Maclehose Trail Stage 7 and Wilson Trail Stage 6 intersects each other at Shing Mun Reservoir, which is located among Tai Mo Shan, Grassy Hill and Needle Hill, Lead Mine Pass, and Shing Mun Reservoir Road.

When the water level is low, you can walk down the bank of the reservoir and see the amazing root of the trees.

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