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Bamboo Forest

Maui, HI
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Located at Oheo Gulch, the Bamboo Forest offers good hiking.
  • Excellent84%
  • Very good12%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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“great hike” (15 reviews)
“mile marker” (17 reviews)
“rock face” (5 reviews)
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Maui, HI
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

On the East coast of Maui there is this uncontaminated nature paradise. I suggest to visit this place in a sunny day, with your car or a rent car you can get here easily! Sport shoes, a waterproof jacket and a camera are essential! And...More

Thank AgNeSeSaP
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

We went after a week of heavy rain. Getting to the waterfall was a bit of a struggle because we didn’t wear appropriate footwear as we hadn’t really planned for the hike, but came upon it and gave it a go. I would definitely bring...More

1  Thank BBFCFM93
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Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

This is a review for the bamboo forest hike at mile marker 6.7 just past twin falls. There is another bamboo forest hike in the national park which I also recommend but will be review separately. This was one of my favorite stops on the...More

1  Thank ct9876
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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

Our second time and well worth it. Do both trails. The waterfall and pools are beautiful. Another 30+ min past Hana.

Thank Alok K
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Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

Some of the pictures shown here are the bamboo forest at mile marker 6.5 and some are the Pipiwi Trail in Haleakela park toward the end of the Hana Highway. You pay to enter the park then hike 2 miles one way to the boardwalk,...More

4  Thank Megan G
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

This is a great hike up to the Bamboo forest and then on to Waimoku Falls. The hike is about 2 miles up hill and you pass some beautiful view and then you hit the spectacular bamboo forest that seems to go on for ever...More

Thank G-Whz
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Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

My friend and I were told by a local friend of ours to check this hike out because it’s off the beaten path if you will. It’s not the busiest hike in maui. However, it was a little busier than I had hoped for. There...More

Thank Shannon D
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Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

Great hike! There are 4-5 waterfalls (depending on how you count). You don't need a guide to have a great time, but you do need 2-3 hrs to do all 4-5 waterfalls. The 5th fall is in a very dramatic setting with a deep swimming...More

1  Thank wintihsinhth
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

This was by far the best hike of our lives. It's a 2 miles hard hike, not for the out of shape person. If you can make it all the way to the top, you will be so blessed with the scenery you will see....More

Thank Sarah V
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

This is a great hike through the bamboo. Awesome photo ops. Short hike to a couple of waterfalls. This place can easily be hazardous - very slippery in places. Be smart when you are hiking. Don't take chances.

Thank Melissa S
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Sharon W
30 April 2018|
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Response from VEE1225 | Reviewed this property |
If this is the bamboo forest at milemarker 6, I think it depends on which path you take in. There were about 8 paths leading through the bamboo to the water. Some were much steeper than others. However, after much foot... More
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beefonweck338
22 March 2018|
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Response from VEE1225 | Reviewed this property |
It's right away. You're surrounded by bamboo. That's what you walk through to reach the water.
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pattypatae
16 October 2017|
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Response from Brad R | Reviewed this property |
Yes. We saw children much younger than 8 on the hike. However, I think about 6 would be the youngest I would take on the hike.
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