Redwood-Boundary-Waiohuli Loop, Polipoli State Park

Wailuku, Hawaii

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The Redwood Trail descends from the Polipoli Campground through a mature forest of giant redwoods, cedars, pines and ash. The atmospheric path, frequently shrouded in a foggy mist, connects with the Boundary Trail at an old ranger station and a huge hydrangea garden. The Boundary Trail then follows the west boundary to an old cabin shelter at the junction with the Waiohuli Trail. The Waiohuli Trail winds up the hillside to the Waipoli Road through dense stands of redwood, cedar and ash trees. Walk 50 yards back up the entrance road to the signed Redwood Trail on the left by the yellow gate. Walk through the gate and down the road to a camping cabin. The signed footpath is on the right, just before reaching the cabin. Descend through the dense forest to a signed junction with the Tie Trail at 0.8 miles. Stay on the Redwood Trail to the right, and continue downhill past an old CCC bunkhouse on the left.

Redwood-Boundary-Waiohuli Loop, Polipoli State Park Professional Review and Guide

"The Redwood Trail descends from the Polipoli Campground through a mature forest of giant redwoods, cedars, pines and ash. The atmospheric path, frequently shrouded in a foggy mist, connects with the Boundary Trail at an old ranger station and a huge hydrangea garden. The Boundary Trail then follows the west boundary to an old cabin shelter at the junction with the Waiohuli Trail. The Waiohuli Trail winds up the hillside to the Waipoli Road through dense stands of redwood, cedar and ash trees.

Walk 50 yards back up the entrance road to the signed Redwood Trail on the left by the yellow gate. Walk through the gate and down the road to a camping cabin. The signed footpath is on the right, just before reaching the cabin. Descend through the dense forest to a signed junction with the Tie Trail at 0.8 miles. Stay on the Redwood Trail to the right, and continue downhill past an old CCC bunkhouse on the left."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Wailuku
Distance: 6.1
Elevation Gain: 1,000 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: U.S.G.S. Lualailua Hills and Makena - Recreation Trails of the Kula Forest Reserve
Driving Directions: Directions to Redwood-Boundary-Waiohuli Loop, Polipoli State Park

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