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We were a mixed group from 8 to 72. Took us about 2 hrs each way. We all made it! The trail is a bit challenging because you really have to watch your step. It’s not a trail you can meander down and enjoying the...More
This hike is flat, but much of it is through mud and across volcanic rock. Definitely wear real shoes with thick soles and not flip-flops or water shoes. The start takes you through the rainforest and deposits you out onto volcanic bluffs with waves crashing...More
Puna trail to Haena Beach and then back along the coast....
To get to the parking lot take Paradise Rd down to the second to last road before the coast and turn left. Follow that to the parking lot.
At the trail head sign !drop...More
If you are staying locally this is a long muddy hike with most of the view blocked by dense overgrowth and slippery sharp terrain, but it does usually have some sand in low tide with some areas to swim that might be worth the treck...More
We hiked what seemed like forever, but was only maybe an hour and a half to reach the beach from the parking lot. When we finally made it, the view was spectacular. The water was really clear and just cold enough to cool you off...More
If you wanna walk in the nature and find a nice beach with a unique sand, salt and pepper as we named it, you should do this trail. Is silent, you can find coconuts, is relaxing and you can find some awesome views.
This trail is nearly unknown to tourists though it starts at the edge of the large Hawaiian Paradise Park community subdivision. The parking lot is easy to find, follow Google to the corner of beach and kaloli and turn left. Go,100 yards to the official,parking...More