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FOOD/DRINKS: None available.
RESTROOMS: yes! Restrooms easy to find: Yes, by visitor center; Go before hike. No restrooms on the hiking trail.
COST: $25 per car. Unless you already bought a national park pass from seeing haleakala crater/summit recently.
PARKING: Good amount of free parking!...More
If you made it to Hana and you are at all interested in the nature of Hawaii then this is a must stop. Best to do first thing in the morning after spending the night in Hana. Its not that hard of a hike but...More
This is not a long hike - 4 miles (6 km) and the reward is the most beautiful 400 foot waterfall. The hike has an elevation of 650 feet and it is not too difficult. There are two sections, a short hike to a small...More
After being in a car all day long on that windy road to Hana, we were so excited to get out and stretch our legs. This trail was absolutely beautiful and easy to do. Most of it was easy climbing. The bamboo forests were beautiful...More
The Pipiwai trail leads into the Bamboo Forest which is beautiful. There are some areas on the boardwalk that need fixing but great overall. Bring bug spray! Footwear:if you're wearing sandles, make sure they are good for walking. Make sure you keep walking until you...More
The hike through this trail is really cool. However I wouldn't recommend going through here if it has been railing a lot. The trail could get really slippery for younger/older hikers. Proper footwear would be highly recommended, but you could probably get through it without...More
I did this the first full day on island. For teh Hike itself, to the official end, where you see the 400' falls, it is supposedly 2 miles up to an elevation of 600'. THEN you are on ground level lookingat teh base of teh...More
Hiking the Pipiwai Trail was a fun experience. It was a little bit tougher than I was prepared for, but if you follow these few tips you should be able to have a comfortable hike:
1. Wear closed toe shoes
2. Bring bug spray- the...More
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If you are driving to Hana, the road is easy to drive and very safe, there are guardrails and it is well paved. There is a small section of highway south of Hana that is a bit narrower and more rugged - though if you are... More
If you are driving to Hana, the road is easy to drive and very safe, there are guardrails and it is well paved. There is a small section of highway south of Hana that is a bit narrower and more rugged - though if you are used to mountain driving it is easy, just a bit tighter when passing. I am not sure what the 360 is like if you come up the other way though.
Definitely not a same day type trip.. Road to Hana will take one full day..with minimal stops before hiking the Pipiwai trail. IF I were to do this again I would drive straight to the trail do the the hike then make the... More
Definitely not a same day type trip.. Road to Hana will take one full day..with minimal stops before hiking the Pipiwai trail. IF I were to do this again I would drive straight to the trail do the the hike then make the sightseeing stops on the way back.. they crowds would have thinned out by then and you wont be driving that road in the dark like we did :)