Spitting Cave is a 0.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Honolulu, Hawaii that features a cave and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and fishing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Waves pound into the layered shoreline known as the China Wall and high surf causes tremors in the ground. Jumping off the shore is not recommended. High cliffs above the Spitting Cave are dangerous. An extremely scenic spot. The area known as the China Wall and Spitting Cave is located east of Honolulu on Oaha and has been used many times for filming TV shows like LOST, The Event and Off the Map. The area is a geological masterpiece with multiple slick rock layers caused by surf erosion. The China Wall access from Koko Kai Beach Park allows access to a shelf where waves slide past with great force - watch out for rogue waves on this lower side of the China Wall. The Spitting Cave is east of Koko Kai and accessed via a short path near the end of Hanapepe Place. It is located just below a high cliff where waves crash underneath and shoot into the cave which ejects the water like a reverse blowhole. You get a great view from the rock head to the west of the high cliff. Very cool! Be careful, the cliffs are dangerous. Just past the cave are ladders where the "Others" frequented during many LOST seasons. This short jaunt gives you a great taste of raw Hawaii and the power of its surf.
Nice Little Rock path to a beautiful place to sit and watch the ocean.
Do NOT miss this very short but very cool hike. Look at the pics and you'll be convinced.
Great sunrise/sunset location.
Easy hike. Real slippery when wet. Nice ocean view.
It really isn't a trail, just a few steps to a wonderful view that'll make you feel as if you're at the end of the world. Please be careful, though! Parking's difficult since it's in a residential area.
Going to jump off today around 6 mid high tide of anyone wants to join. Hit me up on IG @bbaize3
Beautiful. Kinda difficult to find parking but really just park on the street somewhere. That goes for anywhere on Oahu.
It's pretty. Jump if you feel adventurous