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A small hike through evergreen terrain to a flowing waterfall with a pool at the bottom. We hiked during the rain so the trail was slightly slippery so good shoes are recommended if hiking in the rain.
We did this hike first thing in the morning ( 9:15 am). Beautiful scenic trail. Wear good walking shoes. Will be slippery after rain. Enjoyed the shaved ice after hike. We did this hike with ages 4, 6, 33, 62 & 64. All enjoyed it.
Under the huge canopy of enormous trees, there is so much serene beauty. A few expansive vistas can be enjoyed along the trail. Gravel pathway is slightly challenging in spots and can be muddy/slippery.
If you only have a short period of time for a hike, this one can easily be managed in 1-1.5hrs. It is a slippery but relatively well kept trail through rainforest with some beautiful openings that make for good photos. I actually completed the hike...More
Our first day of marriage we spent by hiking to Manoa falls and my precious husband did not say a word about actual honking trails there, so I was wearing the white dress and the wedges. I was the only one in the white dress...More
Just a 20 minute drive out of Honolulu, this walk is very scenic and beautiful. The walk is close to the aboretum and gives a taste of the diverse plant life that inhabits the island.
The trail was quite busy the whole way, very muddy...More
This is a good excursion from Waikiki and only a fairly short taxi ride (about $15).
The trail starts fairly gentle but there are a few steeper parts that need some careful steps.
It is a little slippery in some places but not too difficult....More
Park for $5 at the lot just before the trail. If no attendant you can pay when you finish the hike. Rocky and moist trail opens up quickly to a scene from Journey to the Center of the Earth. Mountains above, jungle canopy and you...More
There is a little hotel near the trail and there is an open parking lot next to it. They have someone collecting the parking fee. it was a reasonable amount. Five dollars rings a bell.
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