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Seven Bridges Road Of Manoa and Waiakeakua Falls [PRIVATE PROPERTY]

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Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

Seven Bridges Road Of Manoa and Waiakeakua Falls [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 2.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

Length 2.1 mi Elevation gain 757 ft Route type Out & Back

Hiking

Forest

River

Views

Waterfall

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Blowdown

Bugs

Muddy

Private property

No dogs

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Waypoints (0)

Please note that citations have been reported on Waaloa Way.

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Reviews (86)
Photos (159)
Recordings (77)
Completed (196)
Serge Hnatkovych
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HikingMuddyOff trailOver grown

Started from Lua’alea falls trail and than connected to Seven Bridges Road falls. The trails before seven Bridges Road where too overgrown. Impossible to find a trails in some areas, so we just cut through. Without map this is impossible and overwhelming since mostly its mud and overgrown jungle. Seven Bridges Road very muddy, but not a problem to find a trail even if it was overgrown too. Falls not full but still beautiful. No bugs this time. I love it, fun when you get to falls. My partner said it’s not worth it all the struggle before and all the way back from falls. Was our second time.

r ki
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MuddyOff trailOver grownPrivate property

this can be a good hike but since it's slippery and unmaintained people do tend to get injured on it. there are a lot of false ends cause of landslide and blowdowns so if you come to a spot where.youre at a 20 ft drop, backtrack and find a safer route. the neighbors also like calling HPD and since its manoa, they actually show up.

Tony Johnson
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Hiking

Beautiful hike, extremely muddy when we went but made for a great waterfall at the end. Follow the markers, it can be easy to get off the main path

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Ru K
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Hiking

No trespassing signs on Waaloa Way; you will be cited. HPD cracking down. There is legal access via Puʻu Pia trail. Dangerous. 2 people rescued (airlifted out) in the past 3 weeks. You pay for your rescue.

Lamont Gholson
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HikingMuddyRocky
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Elvira Figueroa
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HikingOver grown

Great trail. Easy to get lost, if you do follow the creek up.

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Jeff Larson
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HikingOver grown

Lightly traveled trail today – your typical COVID-19 Saturday afternoon. Lush forest, melodic birds (a few good viewing spots), and doable with a 4-year-old. We chose it for its convenience and enjoyed the adventure. Circumvent the “No Trespassing” signs, follow the road to the first fork, stay left. Trail narrows. At the next fork, stay right (see pic). Trail becomes difficult to see but generally follows the stream. One important turn we missed came immediately after a small 2-foot tall wall (see pic) – I believe this is at the fork with the Manoa Middle Ridge Trail (0.7 mi.) – where we should have crossed the stream to the right. At ~1.3 miles we threw in the towel.

Victoria Hershman
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grown

SUPER MUDDY. We tried to reach Queen’s Bath but couldn’t find it. There are so many trails that branch off of this one, it was super confusing! But we will be visiting again when we have more time and explore all the off shoot trails.

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Carolee Ploof
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HikingBlowdownFloodedMuddyOff trailOver grownRocky

Pouring rain. Trail was not marked and was terrible. Got closer to the top and today it was treacherous. So much mud. Definitely do this trail when it’s dry.

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Jeno Johnson
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HikingMuddyRocky
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Esther Howard
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HikingBlowdownMuddy
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Yan Desjardins
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HikingBlowdownMuddyOver grownPrivate propertyWashed out
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