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Kapalua Coastal Trail

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Kapalua Coastal Trail

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Shutterbug444 wrote a review Aug 2020
Southwest36 contributions11 helpful votes
The Kapalua Coastal Trail is a beautiful stretch of coastline to explore. There are many areas to park along the main road, but by mid morning, those areas are already starting to fill up. There are several very beautiful scenic views where you can stop along the way to get some nice photos.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Piero C wrote a review Aug 2020
Kekaha, Hawaii268 contributions41 helpful votes
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Of course the views are lovely, and you surely will hanker after that beautiful island always in view. It takes you from gorgeous Kapalua Beach to Oneloa Beach, with its fun waves, and ends at Slaughterhouse Beach, which has even better coral tha Kapalua. But as a hike, you are continually exposed to the heat, so best to do it early, which has the added plus of clearer water for snorkeling. Plan for 4-5 hours of activity if you want to taste every beach. One caveat: it’s a little sickening that some private landholder refused the right of way along the coast, so the trail has to break off and head inland on a concrete sidewalk for quite some time.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ryan wrote a review Jul 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina576 contributions38 helpful votes
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We were fortunate to park in a tiny lot somewhere along the trail, but now I realize there are better parking options if you start at either end of the trail. Oneola Beach/Bay is amazing! The view from above on the trail is fantastic and the beach itself is just as enjoyable. Extra-soft sand, light blue water, and fun waves that are just the right size to be exciting but not too dangerous.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Nancy S wrote a review Mar 2020
Flint, Michigan414 contributions73 helpful votes
A beautiful drive. Several places to stop and take pictures. The farther north you go the road becomes more rustic.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Blondedawg wrote a review Mar 2020
East Wenatchee, Washington397 contributions101 helpful votes
This trail is beautiful but if you have any disabilities it will not be accessible. Great place to watch surfing though
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Date of experience: March 2020
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