• PAPAKŌLEA BEACH Green Sand Beach

    On Hwy. 11 between the 69 and 70 mile markers, find the signed South Point road. Carefully drive this road for about eight miles, and stay left at the end where there is a sign indicating the Green Sand Beach. Parts of the road are one-way. 5.3 Mile round trip

  • Muliwai Trail

    A steep, four wheel drive road extends from the lookout down into the valley. Upon reaching the valley floor, take the road to the right, then follow the beach to Wailoa Stream. The road ends at the stream. Ford the stream and follow the horse trail on the dunes to read more

  • Ala Kahakai Trail

    The trail follows the coastline over old fisherman’s trails. Provides access to numerous beaches and resorts, and to both the Malama Trail to Puako petroglyph field near Holoholokai. Much of the trail receives only limited maintenance and short sections have been eroded by ocean waves. The trail follows the edge read more

  • Hanakoa Falls

    The trail is not well maintained and sometimes hard to follow. The trail to the falls begins after the Hanakoa stream crossing, just before the covered shelter on the Kalalau Trail Very narrow and hilly trail and slippery. The waterfall trail is 6 miles off the beginning of the trail read more


    This is a long hike in wilderness. Pack gear for a long day hike. Water and food as well as some rain gear and warm clothing the hike is 3000 ft above sea level. Overnight camping is currently permitted, however this status may change depending on volcanic activity. Contact the read more

  • Crater Rim Trail Kilauea

    11 mile trail Sometimes some parts may be closed due to current eruptions Diverse scenery from tropical to craters with steam. Allow about 30 min per mile. Challenging trail at times cracked earth, sulfur, holes and loose rock.

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