Kapalua Coastal Trail, Kapalua

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Kapalua Coastal Trail, Kapalua - Address

Address: 99 Coconut Grove Ln, Lahaina, HI 96761, United States

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Of all the walking trails in Kapalua, this is the easiest to do and the most popular. Its about two-kilometres long, running from Kapalua Bay to DT Fleming Beach. It may be the best way to get your Kapalua vacation started, as it takes you through some major highlights – lava formations, the Dragon’s Teeth, sand dunes at Oneloa Bay, and stunning views of the beaches and the ocean. It’s common to see joggers on the trail.

Kapalua Coastal Trail Information

  • The path can get pretty uneven in some places, so wear good walking shoes.

Kapalua Coastal Trail Opening and Closing Hours

  • The hours are from sunrise to sunset.

How To reach Kapalua Coastal Trail by Public Transport

  • You’ll have to drive/walk to the starting point, whether at Kapalua Beach or DT Fleming Beach Park.

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  • We were looking for the Dragon Teeth Trail, but ended up on the Kapalua Coastal Trail, that runs along the water. Parking was available and we took beach access steps down from the parking area to the trail. The trail starts off very easy on a board walk, but later changes to a dirt trail, then heads over lava rocks. The ocean views are beautiful, and while the trail seems well used it was not over crowded on the weekday morning we leisurely strolled down the trail.

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  • Nice scenic walk. Whoever said this was good for strollers didn't go very far on the trail. Did the trail from beginning to end and it was placed 20%, the rest of Rocky and dusty but worth going on with a good pair of shoes. If you want to get to the dragon's Teeth you might miss it because it is behind a white house off a golf course and you won't know how to find the entry point. If you get to the beach, you've gone 15 minutes to far.

  • Best place for snorkeling. Water is crystal clear you’ll see turtle but not allowed to touch. Different kinds of fish

  • This trail goes a fair way. Take your snorkeling gear as there are a number of great spots with lots of fish and the occasional turtle. Nesting area as well as an ancient burial group.

  • Short but eventful hike. Take the trailhead at Kapalua Bay Beach all the way through the Ritz Carlton. Along the way see and partake in cliff diving, wade in shallow pools, and walk along the some of the most private beaches in Maui. Parking is a bit of an issue.

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