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We started this trail looking forward to a short hike. Well this took us 3-1/2 hours as there are no markers on the path and there are several pathways. We started on the correct trail but when we came to a fork we went left...More
At first, driving up to the trail head via Ko'olau Golf Course, I saw a bunch of signs saying hikers couldn't park there so I got nervous. When I parked and talked to a golf course employee, he assured me that parking there was fine....More
I went to Likeke falls with my teenage son on Father’s Day. The hike is short, a little over 30 minutes maybe, and is easy enough for a beginner, but rustic enough that it feels special. The path is easy to follow. It is not...More
We did this short hike with our twin 9 year olds and despite ending a little missy and wet we all enjoyed ourselves. Tip for finding your way: follow paved path until you reach the water tower then turn left, continue until you see a...More
Such a nice, simple hike! Yes, it was insanely muddy and slippery, but getting to the waterfall only took around 15 minutes (me and my friend are NOT experienced hikers). The waterfall itself was so fun, and me and my friend spent around 45 minutes...More
If you’re like most American families, one of your New Year’s resolutions is to be more active in the new year. Of course, like most American families it’s taken us two months to get started (disclaimer: I have no hard evidence to prove this but...More
Yes the waterfall was nice but the hike to it was a muddy mess. So if you plan to do the hike make sure it hasn't rained in days. The path has tree roots so even in dry conditions you have to watch your step.
The best way to get to the falls is to park at the Koolau Golf Course and hike from there. Another route is from the Pali Lookout but Koolau route is better.
Park at the opposite end of the church because that's where the hike...More