More than 400 teenagers took to the hills last month when they went 'hiking with Bonaqua' in Pak Tam Chung country park. Bonaqua's parent company, Swire Coca-Cola, and Care Action - a non-profit group - organised the day out for Young Post readers, their friends, and family. The excursion led participants along a scenic route through the 'Leisure Garden of Hong Kong' near Sai Kung. 'The outing gave students a chance to do something healthy and active,' said Leone Leung of Swire Coca-Cola. The participants were divided into two groups with one taking the route that starts at Ko Tong while the others began at Pak Tam Au. Both trails led to Cheung Sheung. The leisurely jaunt lasted around four hours when the hikers returned to Pak Tam Chung. The two trails were chosen by Care Action, which organises local hiking trips and raises funds for children in remote mainland areas. The three-year-old charity has built two schools in Guizhou and a third is being constructed in Guangdong. Care Action chairman Ng Siu-wai said the trails were perfect for beginners. 'These routes are very scenic and not physically demanding at all. The route starting at Pak Tam Au is actually part of the MacLehose Trail,' Ng said. 'On a clear day, the plateau commands a sweeping view of the two reservoirs as well as Pat Sin Leng and even some outlying islands. The view is beautiful.' Cheung Sheung is located in Sai Kung West Country Park and is very popular among hikers and campers. The deadline for the Bonaqua Hike photo competition is Friday. Please hurry and send your entries to: Bonaqua/Young Post Competition, SCMP Marketing Department, 15th floor, Somerset House, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay.