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Wai Koa Loop

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doubletrip wrote a review Feb 2020
Putnam Valley, New York114 contributions150 helpful votes
been here 7 times prior, since the mid ‘90’s. best advise: start early, around 10am. the reason i mention this is that parts of the trail is sunny n very hot. don’t forget to check in at the mini golf place or the trail hut, if it is open. this is for liability reasons, due to the fact that the trail is on private farming property. you will see beautiful views of the mountains, horses, cattle, ponds, and of course farming structures. not for those who want a challenge. this is for a quiet, meditative walk (that one gets away from the ‘trail’ crowds”-just to put it....calming:) they did some diversions, which by the way, are well done, due to the flood of April 2018. the dam area is closed n being repaired but the “detour paths” are fine. what a delight to take a walk/stroll among 86,000 mahogany trees, the largest of these forests in the USA n one of the largest in the world. terrain is flat except for the first 10 minutes but very easy. i highly recommend the site:) PS make sure you have water with you, as it is a 4 mile hike n takes about 2 hrs-leisurely. i wouldn’t recommend flip-flops. ALOHA~
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Date of experience: February 2020
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BarbGag wrote a review Feb 2020
Invermere, Canada275 contributions76 helpful votes
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This loop is easy and in the shade for most of the walk (3miles). The dam and common ground are closed and the trail does not lead you anywhere near this area even if the map shows that route. Large signs on the route inform the hiker that this area is closed due to restoration after the flood in April. It was still worth the lovely walk through the mahogany plantation. You must stop at the mini golf building ( near the trail parking lot) and sign a waiver. Check out the photos to see where you turn off of the highway ( At the chocolate tour ).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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KauaiDakine wrote a review Nov 2019
11 contributions3 helpful votes
Nice hike simple hike, that passes by the beautiful damn. Wild life and horses along the trail along with nice trees.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Leda McIntyre H wrote a review Oct 2019
52 contributions13 helpful votes
This is an easy 4.5 mile walk through forests and meadows. Most of the trails near Princeville are muddy, slick, and sometimes closed. This walk is at a public park which also has a brand new playground and a putt-putt golf course that is a garden lesson on every hole. Also a nice gift shop, coffee shop, and Mexican food truck. It is a delightful place to spend 2-3 hours.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tinkerbeans wrote a review Oct 2019
Canada39 contributions4 helpful votes
This is an easy walk in the woods rather than a hike, but it was a nice way to get out to enjoy nature and see some lovely trees. For folks who are active I wouldn’t even call it an easy hike, it’s more like a nature walk (4.5 mile). Flip flops would be fine here as it’s flat. Stop at the nearby fruit and chocolate stand afterwards for a refreshing hand made popsicle.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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