Waiakeakua Falls is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Honolulu, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and rock climbing and is accessible year-round.
One of the more secluded series waterfalls in Manoa Valley. Folllow GPS track for directions.
Bridge #3 is covered by some fallen trees. Went to the bottom of the second falls and looks like someone removed the rope. Not much water flow but the pools along the way were very clear and nice to dip in.
A favorite hike of mine. Gets really muddy and buggy, so if you da kine who gets eaten, bring spray! Waterfall at the end can be difficult depending on rainfall, but even if you don't make it to the top it's worth it to experience a taste of Hawain jungle.
This is a great hike , I wouldn't call it hard at all though . More on the easy side .
good work out, short, nice view in the end!
Wow. Just wow! Really tough at times and a killer work out. Bring a friend and you can climb some tough rope lined cliffs to the top of some falls. Be very careful if it has rained much in past few days
Fun hike. Didn't climb to the top... Maybe next time. Muddy in spots, trees to climb over, streams to cross, old houses and car along the way, pretty much a great adventure. Take plenty of bug spray, the mosquitos were out for blood
I couldn't find the entrance to this trail. I ended up just hiking kolowana and pu'u pia trail. advice? those two trails are pretty hard in the pouring rain btw.
Amazing hike. We went in the pouring rain (which honestly was a stupid idea, but we survived.) and the waterfalls were beautiful and gushing. It took WAY longer than expected and I didn't climb the long rope over the big waterfall because it was too treacherous with all the water coming down. This is a hike I will never ever forget. So incredible.