At Pok Fu Lam Road just north of the Queen Mary Hospital new stairs have been built to re-connect with the heritage Pik Shan Path which runs over the old water conduit. You can walk from here to the University of Hong Kong, Hatton Road, and The Peak as well as High West, a climb to 490m.
The old trail through the former Kong Sin Wan village is repaired and open! It runs from Victoria Road, some 200m from the Sassoon Road Roundabout and ends at Kong Sin Wan road near The ISF Academy. Long-time residents approached me on the possibility of repairing this short-cut to Cyberport when I started service as District Councillor for Pokfulam in 2010. Proposals submitted for District Minor Works in March 2011 were endorsed in May 2013 and after many bureaucratic hurdles works started in March 2019.
A 38-year-old father accidentally slipped down the cliff and died last weekend (news link - Chinese only). Please note that the crossing over the waterfall is unsafe during rainy season as it is prone to flashfloods. Please note my column on this in AM730. You can support my call for a proper footbridge for a safe pedestrian crossing – click here.