– Victoria Peak, Hong Kong- 1 to 3 miles per trailRunning to the high point of any city can be a great way to orient yourself (and shake off the jet lag) as you peer down at the city’s landmarks upon reaching the summit. That’s not possible in a city like Miami, where the highest point is 20 feet above sea level, but it’s a great option in a sprawling, mountain-adjacent city like Hong Kong.At 1,811 feet, Victoria Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island, with a sweeping view of Victoria Harbor, Central Hong Kong, and the surrounding islands. While the entire trail spans 31 miles across the island, six trails—which range from 1.1 to 4.1 kilometers (0.7 to 2.5 miles) each—lead to the top of the peak. Depending on where you want to start and what kind of shape you’re in, you can choose any of the trails to the top. And if you don’t feel like running back down, you can take the Peak Tram, a funicular railway, from the Peak Tram station.