Ka'ena Point Via Farrington Hwy is a 5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Waianae, Hawaii that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
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beautiful trail along the coast! loved hearing the constant roar of the waves hitting the shore. saw some shearwater chicks as well as a ton of albatross at the nature preserve on the point. the road / sand track you follow is muddy if it has rained recently.
Great hike. Go early to avoid the mid day heat. Stopped along the way to watch the two blowholes, and explore two caves up closer to the pillboxes.
Curious George shouldn't hike here......lots to see and meander off the path along the ocean. The albatross and monk seal sanctuary is a must see. enjoy!
The views are amazing, especially at the point. Bring lot's of water, it's full sun and very warm.
View of the birds, and also saw a monk seal sunbathing on the sand. At the end you can see Waianae.
A very easy hike, but amazing for what it offers. We enjoyed this much better than the South coast hike. The red dirt and terrain are gorgeous. There's plenty of room to weave in and out from the ocean path and road. It also provides a chance to see all of the local fisherman in process, and loads of albatross and a few seals at the end. Other hikers mentioned seeing whales, sadly, we did not see them.
Be on the lookout for whales off in the distance!
You'll want a hat, sunscreen and water on this hike!
Water looked awesome and saw a couple of monk seals chilling on the rocks. This trail has little shade so sunscreen and at least 1L of water is needed.
Nice walk/run trail. Sunscreen and water is highly recommended.
This is a long, hot trail but the views were fun. Also saw a lot of sea life in the tide pools and whales in the distance.
I didn't really go through it...because it's too muddy...the view actually is beautiful....but don't come after the rain
I prefer the other trail to the point, but enjoy doing this periodically. It's a hot trail!