This is not a trail for serious hikers, but for those of us who like to meander and stroll without purpose, reveling in the sights around you and reflecting on life. Amble through forests of bamboo, macadamia, banyan and strawberry guava trees. Take your time, breathe in/out, release the pent-up stresses of life and the recent memory of how challenging... 更多
This historic garden hike is accessed at the end of Kokokahi road. There is a stone marker on the road between houses and a few parking places or park on the road. Be sure snd pull off as much as possible. Dogs on leash allowed. There are maps available at the small house you come to first. Although quite more... 更多
I walked this trail with my friend and her two kids. The oldest being 3 and he did just fine. It's an easy trek with either a shorter route (the lower) and a longer trek (the upper part). The view from the top is just breath taking. The only thing that is extremely difficult is parking, there were not many... 更多
Perfect short scenic hike for the family with lots of different foliage and trees. Great views of Kaneohe Bay. We found the trail to Oneawa Trail and went as far as a fence warning of high radio frequencies beyond the fence so we didn't want to chance it especially with our daughter. This hike is so beautiful. If you go... 更多
The ground is unstable. With wet leaves, tree trunks sticking out and shifting rocks hike with caution. We went hiking with my friends 15 month old strapped to her and mom almost fell twice with the baby. But it is beautiful and a fun hike.
Beautiful lookout over Kaneohe bay and the Koolau mountains. There are strawberry guava trees on top. There is a bamboo forest path that makes a tunnel along the path. It's a great easy quick hike. It can be slippery after a hard rain. There are a few pullout parking spots near the trailhead.
Not much room for parking but worth the hike. There is a map at the bottom of the trail, but you just need to keep walking uphill if you get lost.