DISTANCE
10.5 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
2,001 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

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waterfall

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1 day ago

First of all it is not 8.8 miles as noted. We actually walked a total of 11 miles. Took us seven hours with breaks in between. And probably had a half mile left to go to the end. Follow the Kamananui Valley Trail for approximately 3 miles, stay to the right of the fork! Approximately half a mile from there you will come to the Kulana’ahane trail head sign. Cross the stream and go to the left. (To the right will take you to the stairs) Some of the pink ribbon/trail markers were difficult to spot due to last storm. There is debris/tree limbs on ground.
We counted 36 stream crossings in all. Your feet will get!