Last Updated: 04/07/2024

Food & Beverage

Q: What kinds of food will be provided?
A: The Organizer will provide bread, cake, fruits and nuts. Hot food will be provided at Checkpoint 6, 7 and 8.

Q: What kinds of hot drinks will be provided?
A: Coffee and chocolate will be provided at designated checkpoints. Please refer to F&B table.

Q: Except for the food and drinks provided at checkpoints, could participants buy food or drinks from stores along the route?
A: Yes, participants can buy food or drinks along the route.

Q: Could participants eat at restaurants en route from Quarry Bay to Yau Tong?
A: Yes, participants can eat at restaurants along the route. Please note that all participants must arrive all checkpoints before the closing time.

Q: Will sufficient water be provided at all checkpoints?
A: Enough water will be provided at all checkpoints. Please note that no water will be provided at sub-checkpoints.

Supporting Team

Q: Which checkpoints can accommodate supporting teams?
A: Participants can arrange supporting teams at any checkpoints, but they have to arrange transportation and parking facilities by their own. Also, please note that Start Point and Checkpoint 6 locate inside restricted area managed by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD). Cars without permit from AFCD are not allowed to enter the restricted area.

Q: Could participants receive support at places other than checkpoints?
A: Yes, participants can arrange it for themselves.

Q: How to go to each checkpoints?
A: Please click here for details.

Event Route

Q: What if participants need to use the toilet halfway?
A: Public toilets are available at most of the checkpoints. For CP8, mobile toilets will be provided by the Organizer on the event days.

Q: Does the route pass through Twins Peak?
A: No, Twins Peak is in Section 1 of original Wilson Trail, but not on the event route.


Q: If participants have a support team at Quarry Bay MTR, is it fine not to bring the torch or head lamp at Start Point?
A: No, torch or head lamp is required equipment for all teams and they must show the equipment during registration at Start Point and bring along the equipment throughout the race for the sake of their safety.

Q: Is torch or head lamp required for Day Course?
A: Yes, the equipment is required for safety purpose so participants can use it anytime along the trail or in case participants do not complete the Day Course before night.

Q: Will we encounter any dogs along the route?
A: Yes. Please be careful when you pass by villages close to CP3, near Fan Sin Temple from CP7 to CP8 and pass by villages close to CP8. We will inform the related government departments regarding the existence of the stray dogs before event days.

Q: Why is whistle a required personal equipment?
A: It is for safety sake of participants who can use it for letting others know their location when necessary. Same as for torch or headlamp, every participant must show the whistle during registration at Start Point and bring it along during the race.

Q: Is it possible to use mobile phone as torch or headlamp?
A: Yes if it is with torch function. Participants must ensure that there is enough battery for use throughout the race.


Q: What do participants usually store in their luggage?
A: Needs vary among participants. Some will put their spare clothes for changing or supplementary food in the luggage.

Q: How many pieces of luggage can each participant store?
A: One well-packed piece of luggage, subject to restrictions of weight and volume set by the Organizer.

Transportation at Finish Point

Q: How to leave from Finish Points?
A: Please click here for information.


Q: Do participants need Octopus Card for MTR?
A: Either Octopus Card or coins are fine.