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Ho'opi'i Falls

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Ho'opi'i Falls

188 Reviews
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Can you say muddy? Yes it was. But sooo fun. It’s not an easy hike if it has been raining. Maybe in the dryer season. There are 2 falls. The first one in is about 1/2 mile in. You turn off the main trail and head down to the falls. It’s pretty powerful after raining all week.
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SUPER muddy. We hiked in early March, grab a walking stick at the entrance. Wear shoes that can get trashed or heavy duty sandals. It’s a mud mud mud mess all the way down. To get to the bottom of the falls you turn And go up along the ridge to go down. The 1 mile in and 1 mile
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This is one of the shorter hikes to a waterfall. The trail is quite broad and there were a few tree trunks that you have to climb over. There were lots of couples some with young children on the trail. The trail was a little muddy and slippery in some sections as it had
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We came here to see the falls but only because it was stated to be an “easy” hike. I would not call it easy. It had been raining and was slippery with mud. You need a walking stick to get up and down steep hills, over roots and rocks. I saw lots of little children but I don’t
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Visitors—Respect Ho’opi’i Falls and the local Residential area. Many tourists come way too early. They speak in loud voices. They don’t respect signs to ‘Be Quiet at Trailhead.’ In rainy weather they leave their muddy socks and sneakers behind on the rocks and path. They leave
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