Trails Near Kahana Bay Beach Park - Honolulu County, HI

Coordinate

Latitude: 21.55944
Longitude: -157.87806

Nearest City
Kaaawa, HI (1.4 miles away)

Kahana Bay Beach Park, a park located in Honolulu County, Hawaii. Topo map of lat 21.5594 and long -157.8781. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Kahana Bay Beach Park.


Nearby Trails

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    This short loop hike leads to Kapaeleele Koa and Keaniani Kilo, two ancient Hawaiian fishing shrines on the oceanfront cliffs high above Kahana Bay. The trail, maintained by the local B…

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  • Kahana Bay
    Kahana Bay is a scenic tree-lined bay surrounded by steep fluted cliffs of the Koolau Range. The deep bay curves between Mahie Point and Kaluapuleho Point. Kahana Stream flows through t…

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  • Nakoa Trail Kahana Valley State Park
    The Nakoa Trail, located in Kahana Valley State Park, leads through a lush vegetated rainforest to a large and deep swimming hole by a dam. The wildland valley is among the wettest vall…

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  • Hau'ula Loop Trail
    There is a lot of tropical fruit to eat in summer along this trail, as well as a great variety of scenery. Best of all, there are no crowds up here on the windward coast, far from busy …

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  • Kualoa Regional Park
    Kualoa Regional Park, at the north end of Kaneohe Bay, is surrounded by the spectacular green wall of the Koolau Mountains. The scenic 150-acre park fronts Mokolii “Chinaman ’s Hat” Isl…

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    This is the complement to the Hau’ula Loop Trail. It is about the same distance and starts at the same trailhead but has a completely different feel to it, and hiking both routes makes …

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  • Sugar Mill - Oahu
    This left- and right-hand reef break sits 200 yards offshore over a shallow first reef that leads out to a middle and outer reef. Sugar Mill has excellent fun waves when an easterly swe…

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  • Maakua Ridge Trail and Papali Gulch
    Summary of hike: The Maakua Ridge Trail sits above the town of Hauula in the Kaipapau Forest Reserve. The trail begins in Maakua Gulch and crosses over Maakua Ridge into Papali Gulch, f…

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  • Hauula Loop Trail
    The Hauula Loop Trail is a beautiful mountain hike in the Kaipapau Forest Reserve above Hauula. The trail crosses Waipilopilo Gulch and winds up the hillside through an ironwood, Norfol…

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  • Kokololio Beach Park
    Kokololio Beach is a beautiful forested park fronting a white sand beach. The long, curving shoreline is exposed to the open sea. This hike strolls through the rolling lawns, tree gro…

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Kahana Bay Beach Park Photos

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