Judd Memorial Trail to Manoa Falls is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Honolulu, HI that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Honolulu: Take the Pali Highway, turn right on Nuunau Pali Drive until you reach a concrete bridge. Immediately to your right is an open area in the ironwood trees. This is the trailhead for Judd Trail.Park along the road at the trailhead. Caution - this is a high theft area. Do not leave valuables in your vehicle.
Pretty nice and easy hike, want to do it again!
Nice short hike, don't forget the bug spray!
New to hiking, it was a short smile hike to the Jack ass ginger pool. Walked the loop on the way back. Nice scenery and shade.
This trail was alright. Super short but it connects up with the really cool jackass ginger swimming hole. If that's your thing.
Hike was cool but nothing special at the end just a big pond
I dont get this hike. Poor signage. I entered off the old Pali Rd where it says Judd trail. Took some obvious trails, crossed rocks & streams a few time, even found the Jackass pool thing, I think. I seen apts on that side. But these trails didnt seem to really take me anywhere far out. How did that one person get a view of Honolulu?? Where do you get 9.7 miles outa this?
Gorgeous, but short hike. Family friendly.
It's super super easy but nice to hike by the water. And dog friendly too!
Fun times! We were deep on this trail! Very easy and the best part swimming n the rock slide!
Beautiful falls at the beginning. Cross over the river was a surprise! Rock hopping is a little scary but rewarding when you make it across we also took the off shoot trail (can't remember the name) which was challenging and rewarding with a nice view of Honolulu, the valley and ocean.
Nice forest trail.
Fast and easy but still pretty. Love the view of the waterfall.
Good pretty easy trail. Wife and I have twins and carried them in our backs so def a very doable hike.
This is a super quick little loop, with a waterfall, well a very little waterfall. Park on the right, on the Nu'uanu Pali Road… You'll see the sign. Walk down and cross the creek, and take the loop counterclockwise. this trail also connects to the Nu'uanu Trail, and adjoining trail system.