3 Unique and Beautiful Hiking Trails in Hawaii

by Daved Brosche on August 21, 2008

by Daved Brosche | August 21st, 2008  

With each step you feel the anticipation intensify within you as you near the summit. This morning it was only a dream, a goal to achieve if you could motivate yourself. But now you are within feet of one of the most spectacular scenes you will ever see in your life. As you reach the summit you have a complete 360 degree view of the Island of Oahu. Beautiful flowers, green lush trees and tropical plants spread out before you as you take in the vastness of this Island paradise. You have conquered the hike to the top of Mt. Olympus, rising high above the city of Honolulu, Hawaii.

The Hawaiian islands are well known for their popular tourist attractions, but if you are looking for something different this time, here are 3 magnificent Hiking Trails that will give you a special and unique Hawaiian experience, and provide a lifetime of memories:

Maunawili Falls Trail – Beginners Trail ending with a spectacular waterfall and swimming hole. What could be better than finishing your hike by being rewarded with an exotic waterfall and swimming hole to relax and unwind. Located approximately 10 miles northeast of Honolulu on the Pali Hwy, the Maunawili

Falls Trail is 1 1/4 miles long and will take you about 1 – 1 1/2 hours to complete.

Mt Olympus Trail – Intermediate Trail rising above Honolulu.
This 5.1 mile trail rises 1300 feet in elevation and will take you all of 4 hours to reach the summit, but the reward is well worth the experience. Remember your camera!

Olamana Trail -Intermediate Trail.
For those looking for a bit more of a challenge, the Olamana Trail is not very long with a total distance of 1.75 miles, but the last portion requires hiking through a narrow trail and over large boulders and rocks. The trail can be completed in about 2- 2 1/2 hours and finishes with truly breathtaking scenery.

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Hawaiian Auto August 21, 2008 at 6:48 pm
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You forgot Stairway to Heaven on the windward side of the Pali!!!

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