Such a cool hike! Our girls - ages 8 and 5 - were both able to complete with hike without issue. There are some steep/scary cliffs without railings so if you do the hike with kids be aware and keep them away from the edges....More
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This trail looked spectacular in photos, but truly was nothing special. The end of the trail was a spectacular waterfall, but you couldn't get close to it or get good photos of it. The trail was back and forth and alot of repetitive scenery.
This was not our first visit. The bamboo forest, the water falls, the great banyan tree, and all sceneries along the trail attract us back time after time. Too bad it is near Hana which takes hours drive to get there. We have young children...More
This trail is truly unique for the path its takes through a 'bamboo forest' and tricky points to cross the small streams. The dense and lush green bamboo grove surrounding you is an amazing experience. The occasional brushing of the bamboos makes for a beautiful...More
The Pipiwai Trail is fairly easy to traverse for all ages, being a 3.7 mike round trip hike. The view of the Makahiku waterfall is lovely, then make sure to hike a bit further to see the spectacular Waimoku Falls! The bamboo forest is very...More
Plan on several hours here with photo stops, so come early to avoid the crowds. It wasn't a very difficult hike, but it was 4-5 miles roundtrip. There were some narrow, hilly inclines, but otherwise it was not bad. There were several wooden platforms through...More
You start this trail at the Nat'l Park car parking lot. Bottom to top, the trail is about 2 miles long, and almost constantly climbing. My wife and I are quite fit, and had no trouble, but if you are not fit, there could be...More
SOO much beauty on this trail. It is mostly shaded, and has lots of signs of where not to go so you don't end up falling over the cliff that this trail hugs half the time. The giant banyan tree, bamboo trail, waterfalls, pools, bridges-...More