The Lantau Trail is another long distance hiking trails similar to the MacLehose Trail. It follows a circular route of about 70 km through the finest scenary of the Lantau Country Parks, starting and ending at Mui Wo.

The trails is divided into twelve stages of different lengths. You can choose the ones you like to hike. The shorter stages are more suitable for a leisurely day's outing; and the longer ones are for weekend camping trips. For those who are FIT and WELL-EQUIPPED, they can tackle the whole 70 km distance at one go, clockwise or anti-clockwise. The information presented here takes an anti-clockwise course.

Along the trail are waymarks and information boards. A public telephone and light refreshment may be availble in most villages. To further your enjoyment you may wish to combine the walk with other interests. For example, there is unlimited scope for a photographer, naturalist, geographer and for historian to discover remnants of traditional rural life. However, please allow sufficient time and energy to leave the trail to get to points where public transport is available.

The first five stages stretch over the rugged mountains whilst the other seven stages are never too far away from the coastline. The trail links up many popular sceniec spots on Lantau Island-
Mature tree plantation at Nam Shan
Sunrise scenery from Lantau Peak,
Temples at Ngong Ping,
Shek Pik Reservior,
Traditional Chinese Garden of Ng Yuen at Lung Tsa,
Fishing village at Tai O,
Spectacular view of tidal waves at Fan Lau
Long beaches at Cheung Sha