Awa'awapuhi Trail is a 5.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kekaha, Hawaii that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Nice hike. Slippery. Wear good boots. Took 2hr 15min out and back. Great views at the end, but basically just walking through a forest on he way to the point with little views.
Second time hiking this trail. View at the end is definitely worth the effort.
Comments don't do this hike justice, hands down this offers the best views of the Na'Pali coast! Highly recommended!
The view at the end was beautiful. But it's 3.25 miles of nothing to look at to get there (and then again on the return). It was super muddy and slippery. Wear proper hiking boots and pick yourself up a walking stick at the beginning. View at the end was nice. I probably wouldn't do it again. Hike out was slippery downhill and hike back was steep uphill.
this hike was absolutely beautiful; mixed with forest, cliffs and Oceanviews. The end view is well worth the hike back up. word of caution; I did this hike mid-January 2017 and the erosion at the end has taken place. I dont consider myself afraid of heights, but I wasn't willing to do that piece. Still got to see some amazing views and explored the hilltop though!