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On the Road to Hana trip, this is a good place to stretch your legs. After all of the other hikes we did during our trip, this one was okay by comparison. The views aren't that impressive and the hike was a muddy mess since...More
This is a nice not hard to do trail along the road to Hana. There is a short and long loop. Lots of greenery and views (not waterfalls). Can get a little muddy and slushy when raining.
I wouldn't call it a must do -...More
The main attraction here is that it is the first chance to stretch your legs. There are other better spots to stop along the way but by the time we got here, we had been in the car for a while and we were keen...More
This stop on the road to Hana offers a nice short hike through the forest. It’s nothing special though and the outlooks aren’t that spectacular either. There’s a picknick place at the end of the trail.
A nice little trail, but can be a bit wet and muddy. Not great views, but lots of green. Can be a bit disappointing after seeing other sites along the way. It's good for a small hike to stretch, and hey, how bad can it...More
Cliff Notes version first, detailed below. If you want a quick hike to stretch legs and get a quick photo, head out on the trail to the right. Make a slight left down the return loop side and grab a quick photo on the clearing...More
OK place to stop and stretch your legs on the Road to Hana, but avoid taking the trail-- the lower loop is OK but nothing to see but forest. The upper trail goes up the ridge to a picnic area eventually- and still totally blocked...More