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Reviewed July 30, 2017 via mobile

Don't leave this too late in the day if you want to walk the whole loop. It's beautiful and the bamboo forest is very cool. Watch for bugs - spray some insect repellent before you head out. Worth a stop for sure.

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed July 30, 2017

This is the second time that my husband and I hiked up this a 4-mile (round trip) trail. It was a strenuous hike but it was quite interesting to see the freshwater stream and the bamboo walkway again. Because I had arthroscopic surgery in October 2015, I was extremely careful when we hiked down the rocky steps.

If you have a pass for U.S. national parks, don't forget to bring it, or there will be a $10 fee per person per vehicle. And also bring an umbrella for unexpected rain showers.

Date of experience: February 2017
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Reviewed July 29, 2017 via mobile

This was such an awesome trail with a great reward of Waimoku Falls at the end. It was a muddy trail when we were there. Right before it opens up to the falls, you will walk through a bamboo forest. There is also a couple of banyan trees and a smaller waterfall on the way. We hiked up one way about 1.5 hrs with frequent stops, with 2 young boys in our keen sandals. Hiking down took us about 45 mins. The whole trail is about 4 miles round trip. It was definitely the highlight of our hana trip.

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed July 25, 2017

This is an excellent hike; but not for the novice. There are rocks, sandy paths, steps, and often mud so be prepared. Don't hike it in flip flops or sandals or your feet with regret it. The beauty of the bamboo path is worth the walk and the reward at the end is an incredible waterfall. When we did this hike, the weather was cloudy and mid-way through, a heavy rain descended and needless to say on the way back, the path was a muddy mess. It was still fun!

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed July 20, 2017

Be in mind if you're overweight and out of shape this hike will be physically challenging. Very easy to twist an ankle on a loose rock. Be sure to take plenty of water and wear proper footwear. I observed many hikers in flip-flops. Not a good idea. Several times a month injured hikers have to be rescued by air-evac. Don't be that guy. If you're moderately in shape, then no problem.

Date of experience: July 2017
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