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Wai Koa Loop Trail

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 3.5 (2)

Easy trail through the largest mahogany plantation in the U.S.


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3.3

Miles

5.3

KM

99%

Runnable

388' 118 m

High

254' 77 m

Low

166' 51 m

Up

100' 30 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

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This trail is on private property and you need to sign a simple waiver at the Anaina Hou Community Park Office.

Need to Know

Bathrooms at the office where you need to sign the waiver, and a small concession stand in the same area.

Description

This trail starts in a nice, family friendly park—Anaina Hou Community Park. There is a park office where you'll need to sign a waiver since the trail is passing through private landowner's property with permission from the landowner. The park also has a nice picnic area, restrooms, mini golf, gift shop, small concession stand with coffee and treats, skatepark, playground.

You'll run through the mahogany forest which is the largest plantation in the U.S., and you'll also pass through some farm area where there were horses. You have some views of the mountains in the background. There is a lot of different vegetation to see. Most of the trail is wide through the forest, and in the farm area it is on a mowed grass path.

Flora & Fauna

Largest mahogany plantation in the U.S.

Contacts

Land Manager: Anaina Hou Comunity Park

Shared By:

Julie Matthews

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Walk through mahogany plantation
Apr 20, 2019 near Kīlauea, HI
Horses grazing in the farm along the trail
Apr 20, 2019 near Kīlauea, HI
Mountain views in the background
Apr 20, 2019 near Kīlauea, HI

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Aug 29, 2019
Brad Powell
Stone Dam is closed because of flood damage but it's a beautiful run through forest with some nice views of mountains. 4.5mi — 1h 05m