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We did this trail with a group of 10 ages 8-58 and it took us about 4 hours. Make sure that you have good shoes on, if it has rained the night before or while you start DO NOT GO, a lot of the trail...More
My wife and I went to Wimea Canyon and we started with the Awa'awapuhi trail, then hiked the Nua'lolo cliff trail that connects the Awa'awapuhi to the Nua'lolo main trail. The whole thing was beautiful but as I mentioned in my Awa'awapuhi review we had...More
I've done this hike a couple of times now, and I'd say that it's a pretty good one. I don't find it particularly challenging, but there is a good amount of elevation drop throughout. It offers a good view of the coast and can be...More
This is a fabulous hike from Koke'e Park. The trail landscape changes so often, it feels like you are starting new hikes every few miles. My friend told me it would be challenging and, at times, it was. But I would welcome the opportunity to...More
This trail is an official trail of the Koke'e park.
One of the most difficult to see Na'Pali coast (12,2 km, return way) according the park details. And it's sure that it's not the easier. Like usually, if it rained the last night don't do...More
In dry condition we have done it in 3,5h . The way there 1:15h. The weather was pretty good and we have started around 1:45pm. You can see the sigh Don't start later then 10am. The was almost no one and this it spectacular track!
I had read that this was a difficult hike but I've hiked quite a bit so thought I'd give it a try. Difficult is an understatement! It had rained for 2 days straight prior to the hike and it was extremely muddy and VERY slippery....More
If you are looking for a difficult, even dangerous hike, this is it. As a trail runner, I have run trails up the side of waterfalls, on mountain ledges with no barriers, etc. but this one was extra difficult due to mud, sliding, rain forrest...More
This is a great hike, but don't underestimate the difficulty. I've done the Awa'Awapuhi hike several times. This one was much more difficult. It is 3.75 mi. One way. There were a lot of up and down going in, but mostly down. Hard on the...More
Yes it's connecting. I can't share the website where Ive found the stuff but Im planning to go there and apparently you can do a loop but you have to check if it's open before cause a part of the track can be closed... More
Yes it's connecting. I can't share the website where Ive found the stuff but Im planning to go there and apparently you can do a loop but you have to check if it's open before cause a part of the track can be closed sometimes. Usually it's a day loop track.
HahahahahahahahahahahahahHHhahaAAAAAA. Oh wow, yes, and poles to use like you’re glissading down a toboggan run of slick clay. Twice the water you normally carry and two snickers bars. Not to be taken lightly.