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Hard to follow trail but we made it to the falls. We were unfortunately caught in some intense rain and so it was very slippery.

Nice to see and we are happy that we did it but nothing special. Very easy walk.

This was a quite fun walk. First you have to find your way through a bamboo maze. Always keep to the left there. Than you get to the first waterfall but you should definitely make it to the second one as that one is a lot more private and cute.

Make sure to jump off the first waterfall! Look for hidden trails cut into twining branches of sprawling trees. Don’t stop at the second waterfall. Take the scramble with the ropes generously provided by a benevolent hiker to the top of the fall and
enjoy.

An absolute delight start to finish.

Beautiful especially after recent storms but not easy if you’re with small kids.

The falls are nice, the hike there is super easy, in total a nice experience

The Hike was awesome. My wife and I did it today. I would change the difficulty though. It is easy to the first waterfall. To get to the second water fall is a bit harder. It is hard to get to the last water fall which is the biggest and best one. You have to go over the second waterfall with help of a ladder and ropes then you get to a spot where you have to swim for 50 yards or so and climb up another waterfall. Once you get up it is easy and the last water fall is awesome and for sure recommend going the whole way. Just a warning that you should leave your stuff in the car since you have to swim in pretty deep water to get to the last falls.

hiking
1 month ago

Lots of people! Still beautiful though.

Heavily trafficked small, but worth doing! The waterfall is beautiful, so have your swimsuit ready!

Not an easy hike. bring waters shoes. expect muddy conditions but beautiful falls.

lots of people. beautiful falls. bring water shoes.

Not best views, nice stop much better trails farther down road to Hana

Stay left! We veered off to the right after the creek and ended up in some deep bamboo. Headed back and found the trail easily. It was an easy hike but very muddy. Wear the right shoes. We saw all three waterfalls. Very beautiful and worth your time. Saw Glen from the Walking Dead hiking there!!!

hiking
3 months ago

Very crowded. Basically could have driven to the first and second falls. The upper falls had a nice pool everyone could swim in. If you go to the second falls make sure you have water shoes. Good hike to do with the whole family.

Very nice hike. Easy except for the river you must cross. But take it show and you’ll get through. A little walk over a wall to the river and falls. Beautiful.

Despite the easy rating on this, it is not easy for those just looking for a stroll. The first obstacle you come to is having to wade across the creek. Just after rain, or the rainy season, this creek can be swift. Prepare to get wet and muddy on this hike. For any avid hiker, this will be a stroll; however, there are slick rocks, steep rope/ladder climbs, and uneven ground. But the payoff at the end is spectacular.

hiking
3 months ago

Really beautiful falls. Get there early as it is a bit of a zoo. However most people do not continue past the closed gates marked “experienced hikers only” so once you clear that it is more serene and there are more pools.

hiking
4 months ago

It was raining today when we did it- very muddy and crossing the river was a little difficult, but definitely worth it!

very muddy but nice waterfalls and bamboo lined trail. be prepared to get wet "12" or so crossing the steam

4 months ago

very busy "trail" upper falls trail was closed

trail running
4 months ago

The truth is every trail in Maui is beautiful - some are muddier than others - this is stroll and requires no skill to run or walk - there's a nice stream - if you like Cambodian gum trees there are a few magnificent ones

trail running
4 months ago

Easy with light elevation change - difficult to run up the hill towards the "unaccessable" water fall - beautiful trail - Once you get to the water fall, if you have the juevos to jump across you can trek up the stream to a real water fall and swimming pond - get there early as it loads up with people and parking is limited on the Hana Hwy. - worth the stop for a quick trek up the hill.

trail running
4 months ago

$15 to get in - this is a leisurly stroll with very little elevaation change - beautiful grounds with a couple of really nice look outs - worth the stop and the $15

Not a difficult hike, but not much to see. There are much nicer views on the Road to Hana.

We loved this, but it’s not the easiest hike. To get to the last two falls, we had to cross through a river. It was VERY muddy the whole way. The ground is really soft, and I did it barefoot.

hiking
4 months ago

Eh, muddy, slippery, and challenging hike (although relatively short -- 10-15 min). We only went to first waterfall. Not always clear where different paths go. Relatively crowded. We had a 3 year old with us, which wasn't ideal. The first (largest) waterfall wasn't swim friendly. If doing the Road to Hana for the day, recommend skipping this one and doing the much shorter/easier to get to waterfalls along the way, which are in most cases even more impressive.

on Garden of Eden

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful statues, flowers, and greenery!

Loved the falls, prepare to get muddy.

The first fall is most impressive but there are 4 going back the stream, the third one has a rope swing - yeah!

walking
4 months ago

Loved the gardens and worth the cost. Locals get a discount.

Plan to explore, lots to see and Wow those peacocks.

hiking
4 months ago

Loved these falls for the uniqueness, got a pic positioned in between the 2 falls pouring over, awesome!

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