Kealia Trail, Honolulu
About Kealia Trail, Honolulu
Kealia Trail, Honolulu - Address
Address: Waialua, HI 96791, USA
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Trail, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Valley, Peak, Nature
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Hike through the North Oahu coast to see the changing colors of the Pacific Ocean and get lost in nature’s lap, as you tread on small pathways that wind all around the Waianae foothills and the Koolau peaks.
The hiking trail begins from Dillingham Airfield and takes youthrough majestic valleys and peaks covered in shades of green.The serene atmosphere is akin to touching heaven!
The trail is the perfect spot to satiate your wanderlust and be surrounded by the view, the trees and the fresh air!
Kealia Trail Information
- Carry bottled drinking water and food.
- Do wear sturdy shoes for the hike.
- Wearing sunscreen will help protect from the sun.
How To reach Kealia Trail by Public Transport
- By Bus: Aweoweo St+Waialua Beach Rd (9 kilometers away)
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab.
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Kealia Trail, Honolulu Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful trail with amazing views, mostly locals hiking with their dogs.
3.9 miles from the parking lot to the picnic table (the end of the Kealia Trail). Continuing to the top, requires a steeper climb on the Kealia Access Rod then a switch over to the Kuaoloa Trail, 2.5miles. This trail offers not only stunning views of the North Shore coastline, but interesting and changing environments along the way. The path doesn't offer any technical challenges. It is a gradual and steady climb upwards. The switchbacks help in that process. This trail is used by hikers, runners, and dog walkers. While the trail is not completely exposed, there are portions that are. Wear sunscreen. We suggest trying this trail in the wintertime. The lower temps, stronger breezes, and partially overcast days are perfect for this one.
What a nice trail. When you arrival the final view point, you will see the beautiful valley.
Ah what a nice hike! I'm so glad to get switchback instead of stairs. And there's lots of shade, which helps after getting some sunburn yesterday. It was also pretty windy towards the top which felt great. There weren't many unobstructed views towards the end so it's tough to get clean photos but the views for myself were worth it.
Great trail. It is exciting but not too long. You'll likely meet a guy called Ed on the way, asking you for your time. Time it and write it down in the little.book he hung up at the fence.
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