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Hauula, Hawaii

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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Pu'u Ohia (Mount Tantalus)

    4.0
    1.03 mi / 479 ft gain
    Mount Tantalus, also known as Pu'u Ohia, is a prominent peak in Honolulu, Hawaii. The trail that winds up this mountain is a moderate 1.03-mile loop, suitable for hikers of average fitness levels. The path is well-marked and offers a steady incline, with a few steeper sections that require carefu...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Lyon Arboretum Short Loop

    4.0
    0.41 mi / 108 ft gain
    Lyon Arboretum Short Loop is a loop trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Manoa Falls

    3.6
    1.59 mi / 600 ft gain
    Located in close proximity to Honolulu, the 150-foot Manoa Falls is accessible from the nearest road by a hike of approximately 0.8 miles (one way). The hike passes through a diverse array of ecosystems in Manoa Valley and feels like a true jungle, which makes it a great photo-zone. This valley i...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Aihualama Trail

    5.0
    4.04 mi / 1401 ft gain
    To get to Aihualama trail follow the Manoa Road into the back of Manoa Valley. Manoa Road ends at Paradise Park, continue up the road, through the parking lot, towards the entrance of Lyon Arboretum.  At the sharp left bend in the road to Lyon, proceed straight ahead until you reach the parking a...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Foster Botanical Garden

    4.5
    0.69 mi / 98 ft gain
    Foster Botanical Garden is a loop trail that is used for walking and nature trips located near Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.
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  • Waianae, Hawaii

    Makua Beach

    Getting There:  From Honolulu, head west on the H1 and follow signs for Waianae. Continue as the H1 turn into Farrington highway and drive along the coast. On your way to Makua Beach you will pass through Waianae and a couple small towns; depending on your schedule you may stop at a couple beache...
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  • Waimanalo, Hawaii

    Kick Back at Bellows Field Beach Park

    5.0
    Bellows Field Beach Park is near the Bellows Air Force Base.  It has a campground, but remains relatively uncrowded when compared to other beaches on Oahu.  It has lush trees and beautiful mountain views.  There are small waves, good for boogie boarding. Note:  - Look for signs warning of Portugu...
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  • Kapolei, Hawaii

    Yokohama (Keawaula Beach)

    5.0
    Getting There:   Traveling from Honolulu, follow signs toward Waianae: the H1 turns into Farrington highway (93) as you reach the west side of the island. Continue on Farrington highway until you reach the yellow gate marking the end of the road and Yokohama will greet you. As you drive through t...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Hike to Mount Olympus

    4.8
    3.4 mi / 2600 ft gain
    There are several ways in which you can reach the top of Mt. Olympus, I decided to take the Wa'ahila Ridge trail. This hike nestled in the Manoa Valley takes your breath away with its view of the island as well as its difficulty. Being located in Hawaii there is no need to worry about the right t...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Ka'au Crater Trail to the First Waterfall

    5.0
    2.5 mi
    Directions: From Honolulu, head east on the H1 towards Hawai'i Kai and take the 6th Ave exit. Turn left onto 6th, right onto Waialae, and then left onto 10th. You should see signs for the Buddhist temple; follow them onto Waiomao Rd. You will continue on this road until it ends at a private lane....
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Bodysurfing Point Panic

    5.0
    Have you seen Come Hell or Highwater? No? You should and then you should head to Point Panic on the South Shore to see some of bodysurfing's best showing off. If you're a good swimmer with a fair amount of bodysurfing experience, grab your fins and head out for a few. Make sure you're respectful ...
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  • Kapolei, Hawaii

    Hike to Ka'ena Point

    4.5
    5 mi
    The Ke'ana Point Trail winds along the shore of O'ahu from Waianae on the West to Mokuleia on the North. You'll have the chance to see monk seals and multiple species of protected birds.To access this hike from Honolulu drive West on the H1 towards Waianae. Eventually the H1 will become Farringto...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Picnic at Ala Moana Beach Park

    4.0
    This is a beautiful park with palm trees, banyans, and many picnic tables.  It's a perfect place to find some shade post-beach or to enjoy a delicious poke bowl. It is located next to Ala Moana beach and has a jogging path that runs past the park and to the beach. There is ample parking, but some...
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  • Kapolei, Hawaii

    Tracks Beach

    5.0
    Coming from Honolulu you'll take the H1 West to the 93 West and just stay on that the whole way until you see the turnoff on your left. From the North Shore, it's a little more complicated, but take the 83 West to the 99 South, jump on the H2 South, then the H1 West to the 93 West (clicking on th...
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  • Honolulu, Hawaii

    Surf the Reefs at Ala Moana Beach Park

    4.3
    Ala Moana Beach Park is a popular spot for many locals to spend the day and relax.  There are several different reefs to surf at Ala Moana Beach Park and the paddle out is quite a distance. However, you will be rewarded with fun waves, regardless of which peak you choose.  The best time to surf i...
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  • Honolulu County, Hawaii

    Snorkel at Electric Beach

    4.5
    The beach might not be very big but fortunately the Ocean has plenty of space. This is an awesome snorkeling spot. You can see tons of fish. The electric company right across the street has a large pipe that runs into the ocean and releases a heavy amount of hot water. This causes many fish to co...
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