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Best trails in Ho‘omaluhia Park

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Explore the most popular trails in Ho‘omaluhia Park 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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#1 - Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden Trail
Ho‘omaluhia Park
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Length: 2.2 mi • Est. 54 m
Hoomaluhia translates to "peaceful refuge" and this beautiful trail through 400 lush acres really is a refuge that the whole family will enjoy. Due to the steep sections with grades up to 30%, this trail is not tagged as wheelchair or stroller friendly, although the paved sections may be accessible. The trail surface is paved and typically has a width of at least three feet. The average grade is 5%. Use caution on the dirt paths - these can get muddy and have steeper grades than the paved section. If you prefer to drive instead, there are also scenic viewpoints from the road.Show more
#2 - Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden Fishing Trail
Ho‘omaluhia Park
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Length: 1.3 mi • Est. 52 m
#3 - Likeke Loop
Ho‘omaluhia Park
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Length: 5.8 mi • Est. 3 h 19 m
NOTE: The shorter length of the Likeke Trail (this is an out and back) allows dogs while there are strict guidelines for the longer loop. Check with the park before visiting. Be prepared for a very muddy traverse as well as one with many mosquitoes as companions. There are some pretty large Mango trees here, as well as Hala and the customary Guava trees. Some parts of the trail can be very narrow (just a foot's width) and steeply cut. There are a few water crossings though mostly dry. The trail does have a number of blow downs, and can be overgrown between trimmings. Show more