Hawaii Hike/Climb


Please contact the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club to join in on their group hikes. The HTMC maintains all trails that they hike on and welcomes guests/non-members. Join the club and/or make a donation to help HTMC grow and continue to offer hikes in beautiful Hawaii. Learn about the cultural aspects as well as the wildlife of the land when you hike with the HTMC!



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Blog/photos of my Hawaii hikes 


2014
Manoa Falls
Hau'ula-Papali Loop
Aiea Loop
Awawaloa (Mt. Olympus, 2,486 ft)
Maunawilli Demonstration Trail
Peacock Flats
Ahuimanu

2013

Crepes, Lulumahu Falls & Kaniakapupu
Manoa Falls to Nu'uanu Valley
Mt. Olomana (1,643 ft) 
Kualoa Ranch
Mt. Ka'al(4,025 ft)
Pali Puka (1,670 ft)
Diamond Head (Le'ahi) State Monument (761 ft)
Koko Head/Hanauma Bay Rock Bridge (642 ft) - Views of Hanauma Bay, Portlock, Hawaii Kai, Maunalua Bay, Diamond Head/Koko Crater and Koko Head
Kuli'ou'ou Ridge (2,064 ft) - Views of the back of Diamond Head/Koko Crater and Koko Head and Kuli'ou'ou Valley
Lau'alaea Falls - Muddiest and wettest hike w/ raging stream crossings (w/ the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club)
Haiku Stairs (2,800 ft) & Pu’u Keahi a Kahoe (2,820 ft) - Extreme ridge hiking  (3 videos)
Koko Crater (Koholepelepe 1,208 ft) - My first taste of narrow/exposed/ungraded ridge hiking (w/ the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club)

2012
Mt. Ka'ala attempt - O'ahu's only 4000+footer
Makua Valley Outlook via Kealia Trail - North Shore views 
Lanikai Pillboxes - Stunning Windward views 
Makapu’u Point Lighthouse - Windward views with little effort 

Where to find more info 
Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club: http://htmclub.org 
Na Ala Hele Trail & Access System: http://hawaiitrails.ehawaii.gov/island.php?island=Oahu 
Sierra Club – Hawaii Chapter: http://www.sierraclubhawaii.com/
Climb Aloha Website: http://www.climbaloha.com/
Climb Aloha Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ClimbAloha/
Volcanic Rock Gym (Indoor climbing): http://volcanicrockgym.com/