Lantau Trail (Section 2) Nam Shan to Pak Kung Au
Lantau Trail

Trail Summary

Length
6.5 km
Duration
2.75 hours
Region
Lantau
Overall Difficulty (4-Star Difficult)

Length (Rating 2-Star)

Duration (Rating 3-Star)

Gradient (Rating 5-Star)

Surface (Rating 4-Star)

Shading Level
(3 green leaves represent high shading level)

  • (Low)

Overall Rating (5 hearts is the highest)

(Rating 4-Heart)

Adorned with a seemingly limitless sea of silvergrass at an elevation of 869 metres and 749 metres respectively, Sunset Peak and Yi Tung Shan have not only been a paradise for hiking enthusiasts, but also a magnet for photography aficionados.  You can reach them by walking along the stone steps from the barbecue site at Nam Shan Au, the start point of Section Two of the Lantau Trail.  In Autumn, you can see the 20 stone chalets of the Lantau Mountain Camp stand among the silvergrass.  The stone sheds, each standing around three metres, were made of granite transported manually from Mui Wo.  They served as a place for spiritual formation and holiday accommodation for British missionaries in the 20th century, and are now vacation rentals for foreigners as well as a popular check-in location.  Follow the stone steps leading down from Sunset Peak to Pak Kung Au.  On the way you can look at Hong Kong’s longest beach, Cheung Sha Beach, which spans three kilometres.  Section Two is not as easy as it looks; it is best defined by its steeply undulating terrain, so hikers intending to complete it should keep an eye on their fitness level.


Transportation Information

Start Point
Take public transport to "Nam Shan Campsite" bus stop. 

New Lantao Bus routes - 1, 2, 3M and 4

End Point :
Take public transport at "Pak Kung Au" bus stop at Tung Chung Road for leaving.

New Lantao Bus routes - 3M, 11 and 23

The transportation information provided in this website is for reference only. Please check the updated transportation information from the websites of Transport Department and relevant transport utilities before setting off.

Hong Kong eTransport web page
https://www.hkemobility.gov.hk/

Route Map

The below map showing the route and the scenic spots along the hiking trail.
For details, please refer to the transportation information above and photos captions text below.