DISTANCE
8.1 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1309 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

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17 days ago

Muddy! If it has rained in the last 24 hours, plan on areas were the mud is 3-4" deep. Not that much elevation change. I really suggest you to the whole 4 mile (each way) trail - inclusive of the segment to Olohena Rd.

A lot of song birds and views! Even with the mud, it it a must do hike!

That downed tree mentioned by other reviewers requires a lot more that a little scrambling if it is muddy. You will be pulling yourself up the trail with a muddy root, and then sliding down on the back side.

I saw a lot of muddy butts on the trail, so if you aren't very sure footed wear clothes you don't care about. The mud will stain your clothes permanently.