Ka'ena Point Trail (from South) is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Waianae, Hawaii that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
off road driving
Be careful leaving valuables in your car - this is a high theft area!!!! Parking is at the two beaches on each side; North Shore's Mokuleia (http://alltrails.com/trail/us/hawaii/kaena-point-north-access) and Waianae's Yokohama Bay. Parking is on gravel or lightly paved surface. If towed, expect to pay $250 off-road fee from tow company. Bathrooms located at the Waianae side, back up at the beach some mile east of Mokuleia's parking lot.
feels great when you're the first ones there. started 6am. about 1hr n 45mins to get there about an hour back. it's not that bad. water was rough out there but the ponds were nice too. early morning is better because it gets hot fast. happy hiking to all!
Hot and flat. Nice walk
pretty long and boring path until you reach the actual hike. beautiful views thereafter. even got to see monk seals up close! no shade so go early or late, bring water and sunscreen!
This is my favorite spot on the island. It's pretty much just a walk but we always see monk seals and explore a different area every time we go.
Beautiful sunsets and nice albatross!
Excellent Trail for any level!
This is an all flat, very easy trail with mountain and ocean views, the end of the trail is the topping to your cupcake with a 90 degree view of Mokuleia and the coast of Waianae. It's easy, but go early in the morning or late evening cause it's hot
The trail is well maintained. It has awesome views of the Ocean. It is a great workout, however, be advise that there is no shade or water sources. It was hot and humid which is better to do this hike as early or late in order to avoid the direct heat. Once you hit the end of the trail there is a double gate. It is not lock. Open the first door, close it in order to open the second door. If you are lucky, you might see baby birds and seals!
Ocean awesome, mountains excellent, crashing waves exciting, tide pools fun. Path easy, but does have bowling ball sized rocks for those who can't handle that. Drive out slow, drive back faster. No shade, water is definite. Birds, Dolphins, and a seal, on this trip.
Very hot with no shade. Bring lots and lots of water. Don't forget the sunscreen. We enjoyed the views and seen quite a bit of wild life.
Excellent stroll along the coast
great hike. It is very hot for you are in the direct sun but there are amazing views. We even got to see a turtle swimming in one of the tidal pools along the way. Only thing to be careful for is centipedes. They are supposed to be nocturnal yet we saw 7 go across the trail in one particular area in the late afternoon.
Nice hot walk! Good workout! Since you're not climbing a mountain it's good for putting in that exercise! Also you get an amazing relaxing view at the end! Where you can see monk seals and albatross. Sun is lethal out here lol! Bring h2o and sun protection. Be prepared to get darker! I like this route from the west side more then the north, it has nicer views and amazing beaches to swim at afterwards. Uploaded a wrong photo lol not Kaena pt actually upper Makua cave. Haha don't know how to delete it?!