Hoopii Falls Trail is a 2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kapaa, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
The trailhead is correctly marked but it is not easy to see from your car. It is on the left side as you approach and is marked with a metal gate.
easy hike, nice views. My girlfriend took the first path down to the falls and ended up sliding down on her butt. I took the second path down and it was much easier (ended up going back up her path to help her and also slid down)
It was pretty easy but still a lot of work to slide down between trees and dirt to finally put my feet in the waterfall. If you want to swim in the lake/pool is up to you. I just took few cute pics and left!
Fun time! Hardest part was finding the trail head as there was a tree trimming crew working right in front of it. Caught a glimpse of a wild boar. Upper falls was a fun jump and the lower falls/pool had a little rope swing.
The entrance to the trail is not marked. With all of the no trespassing signs posted it was difficult to find. Big word of caution we ran into a 250 to 300 pond wild boar on the trail. They have a reputation of being very aggressive. I took a video of this bull and he was huge.
Very nice little trail. A walk through a beautiful Hawaiian forest along a river with several side-trails leading down to several falls. These falls are not huge, but they're very nice nonetheless.
Wow! Torn, don't want to blab too much so this trail gets a bunch of attention but loved it so much I want to mention it... if you're clever there's cliff jumping at one set of falls and rope swinging at the other. Inspect the rope first and watch out for the big submerged rock.
Great views, but an extremely easy hike.
I recommend it for beginners.