Best Hiking in Hawaii

This list represents the most popular hiking in Hawaii. Use this list to plan your next Hawaii hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The Kalalau Trail along the Na Pali Coast is an undeveloped, ancient Hawaiian route accessible ...
This relatively level loop just above Honolulu is high enough into the foothills of the ...
The Hanakapiai Falls Trail begins two miles up the Kalalau Trail on the Na Pali Coast ...
Manoa Falls is a towering 100-foot cataract in the beautiful rainforest behind Waikiki. ...
Maunawili Falls is an alluring 20-foot cataract that cascades off rocky cliffs into a ...
Diamond Head, known to Hawaiians as Leahi, is recognized as Hawaii ’s most famous landmark. ...
The Waihee Ridge Trail begins in the rolling pasturelands of the West Maui Mountains. ...
Oheo Gulch, commonly known as “Seven Sacred Pools,” has a succession of natural staircase ...
Kaluu o Ka Oo is a multi-colored cinder cone on the south end of the Haleakala Crater. ...
The Judd Memorial Trail is a short loop hike in the Nuuanu Valley. The path crosses the ...
The Aihualama Trail begins at Manoa Falls, skirts the upper end of Manoa Valley, then ...
When you were dreaming of visiting Hawaii, did you linger over photographs of a broad, ...
This hike descends to the edge of the sheer cliffs and razor-edged ridges of the Nualolo ...
Upper and Lower Waipoo Falls offer a cool retreat for hikers in Waimea Canyon. Upper Waipoo ...
The Waahila Ridge Trail is a forested path the follows the knife-edged spine of this mountain ...
Waihee Valley is a narrow, stream-fed canyon with steep vertical walls. The trail winds ...
The Kuamoo-Nounou Trail is one of three access trails leading up to the summit of Nounou ...
Kaena Point is located at the arid west end of Oahu. The Waianae Range tapers to a point ...
Kaihalulu “Red Sand” Beach is a hidden gem in the town of Hana on the isolated south side ...
Iao Valley, an ancient sacred site and spiritual center, sits in a rich green chasm in ...
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