No matter whether you're arriving in Hong Kong for the first time or returning home, the beauty of the Hong Kong's second highest point is lost on few people. Arguably Hong Kong's most challenging summit to climb, Lantau Peak is on of Hong Kong’s toughest peaks, even for serious climbers. Typically beginning around 4:00am, climb up the mountain's north ridge to reach the summit just in time for sunrise. Then, one has a choice of routes down, either returning via the north ridge or tackling the south face finishing with a visit to the Tian Tan Buddha.
Highlights : - Climb Lantau Peak and catch the amazing sunrise from the summit
- Choose from two available routes down - both equally as challenging
- Finish the hike with a visit to the Tian Tan Buddha, an iconic Lantau landmark
- Ideal for more experienced hikers looking for a challenge
- Please carry sufficient water for your own needs. In the warmer months bring a few liters. Dehydration is a real risk on hot days. Choose mineralized rather than distilled water
- We recommend that you wear either robust walking shoes or trainers/sneakers. Casual sandals or open shoes are not suitable for trails, which can be rocky in place
Lantau Peak Sunrise Climb