Hoopii Falls Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kapaa, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
The trailhead is correctly marked but it is not easy to see from your car. It is on the left side as you approach and is marked with a metal gate.
Great views, but an extremely easy hike.
I recommend it for beginners.
Easy quick hike with a beautiful little waterfall at the end. It was very dry when we went, it would be much more challenging after a rain.
Good easy hike for everyone with good swimming and beautiful waterfalls.
Very easy. 2 water falls to see but I would recommend to do it as an early morning hike and then still have the day to hit the beach or second hike. Anyone can do it!!!
If you have a spare morning - do this!
Pretty easy hike that has a few challenging moments to make it rewarding enough. Suggest starting at 11am, taking lunch at 12-1230 by the falls (aka The Amber Mines in Jurassic Park), then heading back to the car.
Sweet little trail. Hard to find the trailhead as it is basically a ditch off on the left side of a suburban road. The waterfalls are spectacular and there's opportunity to swim in a downstream pond. The side trail down to the falls requires some dexterity.
Really pretty easy but a little tricky to find the trail head, especially if there are no other hikers parked nearby. Drive to the end of the dead-end road to the three "No Trespassing" signs and turn around. Now, on your right is a cut-back area along the road to parallel park. Just up on the right, pst the end of the parking strip and before the next house in the right is the trailhead. Some say there is a gate to walk through but it is currently overgrown with vegetation. We hiked right to the second falls and then walked back towards the first falls but we found a fun trail along the stream-bed to follow back to the first falls. Very pretty and jungle-like down in there. One word of caution- we read and heard that the neighborhood gets a little testy with hikers on this trail. Since the trailhead is a little tough to find, folks drive around a lot and probably get frustrated trying to go on their hike. I would maintain low speeds while driving around the neighborhood and act respectful. I know- it goes without saying but there must have been a few bad apples along the way!