Any toddler-friendly hikes in town?

fly

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I wonder if there's any good hikes that kids (2-3 yrs) old might enjoy: not too steep, not too long (30-60 min?) accessible on HK island, etc?

I'd love to try this but not so keen on the idea of carrying the little one if it doesn't work out!
 
We tried the Family Walk in Lamma yesterday with our 2 year old. Its between Yun Shei Wan and Shuk Ku Wan (hope i spelt it correctly), an hour long and has beaches on the way to sit and relax. The walk is not too steep, though my daughter walked only a part of it but carrying her wasn't difficult. Its by the water so they have a good view. I found it better than i expected. HK Island has the Peak trail which starts from Conduit Road (uphill) or from Peak to other places (which are by the Pok Fu Lam water reservoir and fairly easy, though you have patches of steep steps)
 
we recently tried Mount Parker with our 2 kids. very kid friendly and you can even bring along a stroller. you can enter via Quarry Bay entrance.
 
Bowen Road, Black's Link, Tai Tam Country Park - if you enter at the Tai Tam entrance it is flat for the first 25 minutes and then we put her in the pram for the uphill bits. Hope this helps!
 
Parkview to Tai Tam Road

From HK Parkview to Tai Tam Res Road, all downhill on paved road in country park, stroller friendly with stops at picnic sites and clean toilets, and fish feeding spots. Total length is about 5K, then taxi to Stanley for lunch. Taxis always waiting at trail's end on weekends, and often on weekdays or a short wait. My 5 year old can walk it all, the little ones take turns riding and walking.
 
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