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Carly Brinson reviewed Bowman Trail
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Nature tripsBugsOver grown

We got to the rock climb and were smoked. So we turned around.

Stacie Wrobel reviewed Kulana'ahane to H-3 Summit Saddle
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Hiking

Fantastic trail. Well maintained. Always a trail marker in view. Went to the waterfall and plane crash and also up to the H3 summit.

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Chelsea McKay reviewed Mau'umae Trail (Pu'u Lanipo Trail)
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Hiking

This hike is listed on AllTrails twice the other under the name “Mau’umae Trail / Lanipo Trail”. What starts off as a nice, well groomed hike, turns into a wet, muddy slog through prickly 6-foot ferns. I would budget 6-7 hours for this. Probably ranks in the bottom of the ridge hikes in the Ko’olaus. The views are pretty epic but the awful terrain detracts from that. Wouldn’t recommend this to any casual hiker, experts only should go the full way. Street parking at the trail head. Wear sunscreen and bug spray. Lots of mosquitoes. Cover your ENTIRE legs, don’t even have ur ankle in between ur socks and pants exposed or they will be destroyed by the ferns. A hiking group needs to go in and re-clear this trail. I brought 2.5L of water and ran out before the summit, had no water on the way back.

Comment from AllTrails

- 4 days ago

Thank you for letting us know. We merged these two trails.

Chelsea McKay reviewed Mau'umae Trail (Pu'u Lanipo Trail)
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Hiking
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HikingMuddyOver grownRocky

Beware of mud and slippery rocks, and the trail isn’t the most well marked in the world so beware of crossing on to another trail all together. You’ll be on a valley floor so it will be humid but bugs weren’t a thing. Plenty of birds singing which was pleasant.

Chelsea McKay reviewed Mau'umae Trail (Pu'u Lanipo Trail)
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HikingBugsMuddyNo shadeOver grownScramble

This hike is listed on AllTrails twice the other under the name “Pu’u Lanipo”. What starts off as a nice, well groomed hike, turns into a wet, muddy slog through prickly 6-foot ferns. I would budget 6-7 hours for this. Probably ranks in the bottom of the ridge hikes in the Ko’olaus. The views are pretty epic but the awful terrain detracts from that. Wouldn’t recommend this to any casual hiker, experts only should go the full way. Street parking at the trail head. Wear sunscreen and bug spray. Lots of mosquitoes. Cover your ENTIRE legs, don’t even have ur ankle in between ur socks and pants exposed or they will be destroyed by the ferns. A hiking group needs to go in and re-clear this trail.

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Hiking

Once you get on the right trail to find the falls they are beautiful! Take the trail to the ruins (so cool!) and then go past them to find the falls!

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Hiking

Took us 5 hours, but said it was only supposed to take under 3. I didn’t think we were that slow but we did go backwards because we missed the first right.

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Johanny Rodriguez reviewed Waimano Ridge Trail
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Hiking

Is ok, good for dogs.

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Margaret Wilson reviewed Moanalua/Kamananui Valley Trail
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Hiking

Awesome

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Chantel Dunlap reviewed Kulana'ahane to H-3 Summit Saddle
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Hiking

Beautiful

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Francisco Bernardes reviewed Kulana'ahane to H-3 Summit Saddle
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Hiking

I actually hike moanalua valley trail pretty often since I live near by but I had never gone to the waterfall before. today I decided to find the airplane wreckage but realized it stays right next to the waterfall. it was raining so pretty muddy. the trail has ribbons along the way so its not too hard.

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Theresa Rakotonirina reviewed Kulana'ahane to H-3 Summit Saddle
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HikingMuddy

My first time doing this hike (and I’m not super fit). About 75% of this trail is quite easy and flat. Most of the stream crossings were dry. It only became difficult after the unmaintained trail sign. It had rained earlier so it was pretty muddy and a little slick going up. Would have helped a ton to have spikes. Going down was not as bad as I was expecting it to be, but I pretty much went down on my okole the whole time!

Alyson Kent reviewed Tripler Ridge Trail
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HikingNo shade

We walked a little past when the pavement stopped at the top but it was overgrown. The walk up was kind of steep. It was only like a mile up and back down. The views were nice.

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HikingBugsRocky

Recommend doing the hike by taking the first right. Lots of loose dirt on the way up. Would’ve made going down that way quite challenging. Trail would be very difficult to follow if it weren’t for all the pink tags. Start of the loop is to the right of the first bridge.

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Cynthia Giesecke reviewed Tripler Ridge Trail
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Steep hike, can get muddy if you continue past the satellites and go through overgrowth. But nice overlook and great hike early in the morning around 0600.

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HikingBugsMuddyOff trailOver grownPrivate property
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