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3 days ago

Did this hike the other day and loved it! The Bamboo forest was so pretty and unique. I found this hike to be easy but keep in mind it is muddy and can be slippery. The second waterfall was so beautiful. The stream was flooded so we couldn't cross but your still close enough to get a good view. We had to make it a quick hike cause the sun was going down and the forest can get dark quickly. Great way to end the road to Hanna.

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6 days ago

A great way to cap off a drive down the Hana Highway. Good mix of easy flat trails, some rock/boulder climbing and water crossings. It's a shame they prohibit swimming in the falls pool though--it is so gorgeous!

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21 days ago

Beautiful, not to difficult - the bamboo forest is pretty beautiful but a little messy because of the construction. The waterfall is ABSOLUTELY beautiful. There is a trespassing sign that won't allow you to go closer to the waterfall. If you want to risk it, (Not saying that you should) - you might see one of the coolest sights on the island :). Despite the park closing late, don't underestimate the length of the trail. My girlfriend and I saw people stepping off around 6:30 PM local time, not advised..

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25 days ago

Possibly the most beautiful hike I've ever been on. Waterfall is great but my favorite part was the bamboo forest. All in all clocked it closer to 4.5-5 miles and just over two hours (if you don't count the time we stopped at the top).

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1 month ago

Absolutely gorgeous! Easy quick stop on the Road to Hana. The trail, after a quick walk through a tall grass field, is mostly loose dirt and a bit thin with a steep fall into the rocks/water, but it shouldn't be a problem for most.

Make sure to go around the bend and climb down the rocks to get on the beach for a stunning surrounding and a great swim!

WARNING: Possibly a nude beach per writing on rocks near end of trail. However, I didn't witness any "brave" people.

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1 month ago