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Hike to Manoa Falls and the Ridge - Hawaii, United States

by chris  
with a Garmin Forerunner 305
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On our final day in Hawaii we took the bus and hiked to Manoa Falls.  The hike to the falls was pretty quick (and the viewing area was crowded) so we decided to continue along the trail up to the ridge.  This was the type of hike that I expected to experience in Hawaii: huge plants, waterfalls, and lots of thick bamboo forests.

We found that we could climb up a bamboo stalk about 10 feet before we were scared that it would break and we would break our legs.

Eventually we made it to the top of the ridge after we hiked along a makeshift trail that just ended all of a sudden. We were hoping for unobstructed views of the ocean but it never happened.

During the hike down our legs started to get pretty sore (especially after playing in a 3-day tournament), but at the end we relaxed with some shaved ice as we waited for the bus.

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Comments (3)
fleetfingers7
Hoping to take this trip, thanks man!
by fleetfingers7 on Sep 03, 2012
chris
Glad you liked it. I'm actually flying back to Oahu in a couple hours so I may have to re-hike it soon
by chris on Feb 16, 2012
HikeNation
Loved this short hike while were were on our honeymoon. Thanks for bringing back good memories. btw, our trip wasn't as crowded maybe ran into 6 people...but slippery on the way down.
by HikeNation on Feb 16, 2012
Trip Info
by chris
February 22, 2011
Trip Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Length: 5.8 miles
Duration: 3 hours
Activity: Hiking
Trip viewed 3,388 times
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