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  • Makawao hike: Olinda Forest (Waihou Springs Trail)

    Olinda Forest (Waihou Springs Trail)

    Makawao, Maui
    Nestled below the cloud line of Mount Haleakala at 3,820 feet of elevation is a 186 acre grove of pine trees with a looping trail that provides peaceful walking amidst the songs of birds and cool mountain air. The Waihou Spring Forest Reserve... Read more
  • Huelo hike: Bamboo Forest Huelo

    Bamboo Forest Huelo

    Huelo, Maui
    There are many areas on Maui with bamboo, but not many that you can hike into a a fill forest of bamboo. Huelos bamboo forest has a maze of trails that lead to several waterfalls and lots of greenery. The experience of hiking through a bamboo... Read more
  • Wailua hike: Wailua arboretum

    Wailua arboretum

    Wailua, Kauai
    At the top of the Opekaa Falls Road, the road ends in a great spot for a forest walk or freshwater swim. A little known state arboretum with picnic shelters, and stands of tall trees surrounding green meadows. There is even a view toward Mount... Read more
  • Poipu hike: Mahaulepu Heritage Trail

    Mahaulepu Heritage Trail

    Poipu, Kauai
    This coastal hiking area consists of several unmarked coastal trails that interconnect heading east along the ocean between "Shipwreck Beach" and the Maha'ulepu Beach adjacent to the Poipu Bay Golf Course. The 4-mile hike contours the rugged... Read more
  • Wailuku hike: 'Iao Valley

    'Iao Valley

    Wailuku, Maui
    The rock spire known as the 'Iao Needle rise 2,250 feet above the valley floor.  This centrally located State Park sits amidst the majestic scenery that novelist Mark Twain once referred to as the "Yosemite of the Pacific", it has easy to... Read more
  • Waimea hike: Black Pipe Trail to Canyon Trail in Koke'e State Park

    Black Pipe Trail to Canyon Trail in Koke'e State Park

    Waimea, Kauai
    The end of the Canyon Trail in Koke'e State Park is the red earth plateau seen to the left, above the twin waterfalls. The views from the trail are some of the best you will get of the Waimea Canyon. The Koke'e State Park has many trails to... Read more
  • Honokaa hike: Kalopa State Park

    Kalopa State Park

    Honokaa, Big Island
    Kalopa is a great hiking spot, as several trails can be inner connected to create a looping hike exploring the 100 acres of native, and 515 acres of introduced forest growing atop Kalopa Gulch. Maintained by the State Park System, these trails... Read more
  • Haiku hike: Twin Falls

    Twin Falls

    Haiku, Maui
    You will reach the falls after a 25 minute hike through tropical paradise.  Although most people think this is a park, the property known as "Twin Falls" is a 38 acres private property that is shared with the public free of charge by the... Read more
  • Hilo hike: Onomea Trail to Onomea Bay

    Onomea Trail to Onomea Bay

    Hilo, Big Island
    Just north of the central eastside town of Hilo along a 4-mile long scenic route known as "Old Mamalohoa Highway" you will find a State trail for public access to the beautiful Onomea Bay. This easy to follow trail crosses through a botanical... Read more
  • Hana hike: Fagan's Cross

    Fagan's Cross

    Hana, Maui
    The Hana area of Maui is a step back in time, its' rural charm and spacious landscape invite you to slow down and experience a deeper sense of Hawaii. As most access to open lands in Hana is along the coast, it is a rare treat to find this easy... Read more