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Further along Kalanianaole Highway is the Makapuu Lighthouse hiking trail. This easy route with its moderate incline to the 647-ft. summit is a popular spot during whale season between December and April. This is a definite photo opportunity even...more
Very easy and steady walk. Slow incline. View is quite amazing. The downside is it's really quite hot walking under the sun. I usually enjoy forest hike more. Wear sunscreen, have some physical sun protection tools (hat). The sea breeze there on the top of...More
Very nice hike with moderately steep incline. The trail is all paved. Make sure to wear decent shoes and make sure to wear something cool. We made this hike on the day we were leaving the island and made the mistake of wearing what we...More
If you’re looking for an easy hike for you and the family, this is the place to go. It is mostly paved and so there are a lot of families with strollers here. The parking lot near the entrance of this trail is small and...More
This is a fantastic easy hike. The trail is paved all the way to the top so you can walk in flip-flops if you want to! Since there's no shade and you're walking in the sun the whole time, definitely bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat and...More
The main lighthouse trail is paved all the way from the parking lot to the top lookout point. It is a wonderful view from the East side of O'ahu, out to Rabbit island and Sandies.
You can venture higher into the unpaved path up toward...More
This is a great walk for many. Adequate parking and the trail is paved making for an easy walk. However the day we went it was very hot and humid so bring lots of water. There is a moderate elevation gain, but the sights along...More
We like to walk this trail fairly early, 7am or so. The views are beautiful in every direction. The climb is gradual so good for all levels of fitness. Even places to sit every so often. We try to come here at least once on...More
If you have any knee/joint problems and are doing Diamond Head in the morning. You will be very sore. I am a registered nurse and my husband and I both did this trek in the late afternoon with overcast skies and some wind... More
If you have any knee/joint problems and are doing Diamond Head in the morning. You will be very sore. I am a registered nurse and my husband and I both did this trek in the late afternoon with overcast skies and some wind. My husband has blood pressure problems and we had to keep stopping several times along the way. I am in good shape, but nevertheless it is a good hike. The good thing about the trek is it is well paved, there are sitting areas along the way so you can take it easy. Definitely bring some water with you. The views are spectacular, especially at the very top. I would suggest afterwards some motrin and ice up your knees when you get back to your hotel. Good Luck.