Tai To Yan means “Knife Blade” in Cantonese, which lies in Lam Tsuen Country Park. Its ridge with cliffs like a knife blade. At the hilltop (566M), it gives spectacular views over Pat Heng, Kam Tin, Lam Tsuen and Tai Mo Shan.
|Starting Pt.||80 mins.||40 mins.||50 mins.||40 mins.|
|Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden||Tai To Yan (South)||Pak Tai To Yan||Kei Lak Tsai||Fung Ying Seen Koon|
|Duration||3 hrs 30 mins.|
|Exit / Branch||To Wo Hop Shek after crossing Pak Tai To Yan|
|Highest point||Tai To Yan (566M)、Pak Tai To Yan (480M)|
|Difficulty||Level 7 [Advanced]|
Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden
|Transportation||Route||Get off at||Remarks|
|Bus No. 64K||Tai Po Market station ⇔ Yuen Long (West)||Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden|
Fung Ying Seen Koon
- Fanling station (about 5 mins by foot)
- Certain stamina is needed at the initial steep and long climb to Tai To Yan
- The trail at the top of Tai To Yan is narrow, it is advisable to give way if any hikers ahead toward you.
- There is no supply at the whole route, it is advisable to bring enough food and energy drink for this long hiking trip. Hiking alone is not recommended.