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Beautiful views at the top.

My favorite hike on Guam!

hiking
9 days ago

With private property signs, the way to go in the middle looks closed, so need to take another one by the light blue string tied in little trees or weeds. please check the way on my record (you can see where I stopped and returned to another path).

hiking
19 days ago

good hike, bring sun screen, watch out for the bees on the final way down,

hiking
1 month ago

I don't hike much but it's no joke. Last quarter mile is definitely a fun twist. You will enjoy your arrival at the waterfall at the end.

We got a tad lost, but GPS got us back on track. It's no lie to say it's extremely muddy. Totally beautiful and a solid hike!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful at sunset as long as you remember to bring a flashlight for the return walk. Great place to pack an evening picnic and do an evening snorkel

walking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail to take during sunset. Easy trail to just leisurely walk or run while enjoying the breeze and ocean.

One of my favorite hikes to do at Sunset! Slippery so wear shoes with good grips.

1 month ago

Good easy trail that takes you to Fai fai beach (where you can look up Two Lovers Point). Secluded most of the time from all the tourist at Gun Beach.

walking
1 month ago

On 2DEC18 the site has been closed for 4 months. Navy is trying to permanently close the site.

did it again, finally got to the lower part. worth the hike and the swim

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views when you reach the top. The trail was slightly muddy and slippery but definitely worth the hike.

hiking
1 month ago

Trail is rather easy, and a great half a day hike. The slight problem is the ATV vehicles already reached some parts of it, so this created for us a bit confusion which path to take since the motorized folks ripped off the ground and made multitude of the different paths. The trail head is easy to find with the GPS directions, and the start is marked, great!. At the windmill site, the cell coverage drops, so the GPS updates, when you walk the trail keep to the left along the fence. if you make a mistake and follow straight or to the right, suddenly you will find a multitude of vehicle paths that destroyed the ground, ripped off the top soil, some of them are left there.. The Parks Management should keep the motorized idiots out of there... $5K fine would cover good marking of the trail, couple of bridges, rope for climbing at the harder parts...

Follow the markers, the view at the top is incredible.

hiking
1 month ago

Such a good workout and nice trail!

2 months ago

Thank you for post trail, make it easy to get there. Hard trail, enjoy very much to rope down long steep slope before get to visit this Sigua falls. Well Worth to visit it.

2 months ago

When you see the waterfall from up top there’s a path on the right and one on the left....it was our first time so we went right and it was pretty rough getting down...found another path on the way up that was 100 times easier with ropes

hiking
2 months ago

Hard trail, very muddy, top to the top of falls with no issues. decided not to jump off lol, the marines behind us did. hahaha, we back tracked and found a different trail that we thought would lead us to the bottom of the falls however it was extremly steep. and gave up after a few minutes. either way, it was a fun trail and great day!

hiking
2 months ago

The perfect short hike with a great view. It is really slippery and muddy, so you’ll want to wear some rugged footwear. Or none at all I suppose.

There is a parking area on the ocean side of the highway next to a lookout spot, the trailhead is right across from it

Oh and there are occasionally some people selling coconuts at the base of it, so bring some cash if that interests you

Great trail, loved this trail and mtn. Bring bug spray and good shoes, the mud is sticky and the rocks are slick. Kinda difficult but overall it wasnt too bad. Had a blast with good company

hiking
4 months ago

Great quick and easy trail. Amazing views all around this are with amazing history.

hiking
5 months ago

This is a great area with a lot of history. Nice easy trail system for a good run or swim. We went for geocaching bc there are 5 or 6 in this park alone. Very worth the visit!

5 months ago

Great View! Fun hike. Highly recommend.

walking
5 months ago

This is a great little trail that takes you down a beach to an old Japanese Artilery cannon, then around the mountain to another beach that overlooks Two Lovers Point. The beach goes on for at least another mile but I stopped so I could snorkel. The beach bar has good food and drinks but it’s a little expensive. The views can’t be beat though. Amazing area!

hiking
6 months ago

Nice hike. A little slippery because of the rain the other day but still nice. Beauty everywhere to be seen.

This is an amazing hike on the back side of Naval Base Guam. You need an I’d card to get past the gate check point. Near the end of the road you will see some jersey barriers on the right side, go around it into the field and you will see the large signs signaling the trail head. Bring good shoes bc if the trail is wet, it will be a little scary slick. There are ropes all the way down to the bottom and will only take maybe 15 minutes to reach the beach. The views are amazing so enjoy. Bring snorkel gear bc the water is amazing. I can’t wait to go back!

on Tarzan Falls

hiking
6 months ago

Did this with the mainland family while back home on the island visiting family! Never hiked or trail ran as a kid, so doing this as an adult was very rewarding! Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!!!

hiking
6 months ago

Awesome views. I would recommend hike in early morning. Before the temperature gets to warm. The trail is gradual incline. Follow the crosses.

hiking
7 months ago

Loved this trail! Not very difficult or long. Easy to follow and spectacular view. Also helps that this TECHNICALLY is the tallest mountain from base below sea level to top.

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