Explore the most popular Walking trails in Guam with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
over grown
24 days ago

DON'T DO MT. LAM LAM TRAIL IF YOU ARE JUST VISITING. I just recently did this hike a few days ago when I was visiting the island for the week. If you are looking for a view the beginning of this trail is great but instead of following the trail to the summit of Mt. Lam Lam take the more obvious path to the right towards the crosses. This has a beautiful view and has much more bang for your buck. This portion took me about 30 min to get to the top. As for hiking to the summit of Mt. Lam Lam. Only do this is you want to say you did it. There isn't much of a view, just a flag and some "jungle/rainforest" area that is neat to see. With that being said be ready for an overgrown path. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND pants and maybe long sleeves. I had shorts and a sports bra on and my legs got pretty scratched up and my stomach had a few scratches due to going through the overgrown vegetation. The vegetation can make it difficult to follow the trail sometimes (you get can get confused because it seems like it could be a possible pig trail) but just pay attention to the map. Honestly the way out was easier to follow (due to the markers) than the way in was. Long story short I felt like the summit was not worth anything more than just saying I did it. The cross summit was way more beautiful and you could see the whole island and is totally worth the hour hike.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike from start to finish, one of my favorite hikes on Guam. Beautiful scenery especially once you start hiking down the ravine into the river leading to the falls.

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

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off trail
rocky
1 month ago

We ended up getting lost after the waterfall. We were able to find our way out after having to make our own trail and meet up with the original trail. Would definitely do it again and go counterclockwise around the loop rather than clockwise. Overall, the hike was great.

on Tarzan Falls

hiking
1 month ago

Pretty falls, not good swimming. Muddy and mostly Jeep tracks

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful beach and very easy trail!

hiking
2 months ago

went to San Carlos swim hole, hiked upriver to Lonfit Falls, then out to the road, back down to San Carlos Falls and back out. took my 24yr old daughter. it was her first real hike in Guam.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

great hike, took my 5 year old and he killed it! it was a bit muddy and slick thought.

hiking
bugs
muddy
no shade
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Great trail! A little muddy and very slippery in some places but we'll marked and challenging once you start descending to the falls. Bring bug spray if you plan on spending any time down by the falls.

hiking
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Well maintained trail down to scenic falls. Cross over the top of the falls to continue down the trail to the bottom.

hiking
2 months ago

Takes about twenty minutes to get to the top of the waterfall — it’s all downhill. Another ten minutes to get to the bottom of the waterfall. The water is shallow but a great place to cool off — just be careful when walking into the water the rocks are all slippery. The hike back was more difficult because it’s all uphill, especially during the day in the heat. Total time with hike + swimming took about an hour and forty five minutes.

hiking
3 months ago

This is was the 1st hike went on when we moved to Guam. This hike starts out in the open (so where sunscreen), then there is a pretty good drop right into the jungle. There were ropes (wear gloves) for assistance on getting down the steep parts of the hike.

hiking
3 months ago

This is hike is very easy! I love taking people who are new to the island on this hike. I think it’s best to go during the rainy season because the waterfall will be on full display!

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

Beautiful coast line and well maintained trail. Some steep, rocky areas. Plenty of shade. We finished in 1.5 hours.

hiking
3 months ago

Short hike, path was well-defined, waterfall was fun to climb, lots of fire damage in the area.

hiking
4 months ago

Very peaceful. Nice shaded walk through the woods

hiking
4 months ago

recording stopped early for some reason. Recommend starting early as there is no shade until you get down in the "jungle". Makes for a hot trip back. I went counterclockwise around the loop. There was a bunch of flags that led further up the creek by the swimming hole. I eventually turned around as I wasn't sure how far they went. Really good climb down and back. Climb by the big waterfall is obviously more intense. Bring lots of water!! I did hear gunshots over the hill in the distance. sounded like target practice.

hiking
scramble
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

It was our first hike on the island, it was a good start. The trail branches off of itself in a couple places but don’t worry it always comes back together - they are choices between steep shortcuts or longer less difficult inclines. It’s downhill the whole way in, so it’s uphill on the way back. Lots of shade, also lots of mud. The falls are very nice though.

hiking
5 months ago

I wouldn’t say this is moderate, it is really an easy stroll on wide, well-packed trails. In the wet season it certainly becomes challenging in the slick clay, but that’s the weather, not the trail itself. The trail follows from a hilltop down to a saddle where the creek flows and falls tumble, the entire length traversing what might be Guam’s lushest glen. So even on a 92-degree day like today, the shade and breeze made it one of the coolest places to be on the whole island. Even with a little bouldering at the falls and snapping pictures of orchids and blue-tailed skinks, it was under 45 minutes out and back.

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no shade
rocky
5 months ago

This hike is beautiful and peaceful. Usually the hike is deserted. You end the hike on a pristine beach. The water is not ideal for swimming unless you navigate past the break into deeper water. Tons of blue starfish and sea cucumbers to see. Often times sea glass can be found here as well. This is a quiet and peaceful hike. #militarywild

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