Hiking Hawaii is a great way to stay active and enjoy the beauty of the islands. Please be advised that hiking can be dangerous, leading to injury and even death.  Hiking Hawaii can range from the beginner level to the expert level, so be informed before heading into any situation.  Know your limits! Be aware of the weather, which can change extremely quick in Hawaii, especially on the Windward side of the islands and in higher elevations.  Be well equipped with appropriate gear.  

***When in doubt of any hiking situation, don't let your ego exceed your ability! 

Hikes by region:








North shore

Hanauma Ridge, overlooking Hanauma Bay with Koko Crater in background

Judd Trail, overlooking Nuuanu Valley with Pali Lookout in background

Koko Head Crater, overlooking Hanauma Bay (left) & Koko Marina (right)

Likeke Falls

Pu'u Ma'eli'eli, overlooking Kaneohe Bay with Chinaman's Hat in background

Makapu'u Ridge, overlooking Manana Island (aka Rabbit Island) & Kaohikaipu (aka Turtle Island)

Pupukea Trail, view of Wai'anae Mountain Range

Lua Alaea 1st Falls

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