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Hiking in Hawaii

Maui, Kauai, Oahu and Beyond

Knife edge ridges, towering green cliffs covered in lush vegetation, deep valleys and canyons, thick jungles full of exotic plants and flowers and stunningly beautiful waterfalls, massive rocky volcanoes, wide open grassy prairies, long sandy beaches with swaying palm trees. This is the Hawaii you get to see, smell, and feel when you hike the Hawaiian Islands.

There are quite a few local hiking tour operators located throughout the Islands. Many are owner operated and cater to small groups. Most guides are locals who have lived and hiked in their tour area for many years and have collected vast amounts of knowledge on the history, geology and plants and animals you’ll encounter on your hike.

Kauai offers an amazing array of choices for the hiker. The massive Waimea Canyon is laced with trails that will take you deep into this geographic wonderland. The Na Pali coast is legendary for it’s dramatic jungled cliffs that plunge hundreds of feet into the crashing waves of the blue Pacific. Threading among these cliffs is the historic Kalalau trail. The trail traverses a nearly vertical landscape has the trail climbing up and down repeatedly. Along the way, the ocean will be your constant companion as you pass multiple waterfalls, towering cliffs and small beaches. Be sure to start early and bring lots of water as this hike is long, and takes you away from civilization, and there are no roads in the area or other ways of bailing out of the hike if you get tired.

You really can’t go wrong hiking in the Hawaiian Islands. Whichever island you happen to be on, you can be sure you’ll find a great hike. With breathtaking scenery and great photo opportunities within easy reach, all you have to do is pick a trail, pack a lunch and go!





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