Ka'ena Point State Park
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traveling_mandy
Texas120 contributi
dic 2023 • Famiglia
This was a new trail for us. We followed the coastal trail down to the point and took the road back to the parking lot. We arrived at the gate right at 7am and had two other cars join us shortly thereafter. No seals, but the views are spectacular and the albatross birds were so fun to watch. They waddle when they walk, and we saw several couples doing a mating dance. We brought water shoes and cautiously waded in the tide pools at the point, where we could see both sides of the island. Just beautiful. Bring lots of water and know that there’s NO shade after 8am when the sun popped up over the mountains. Saw ages 2-70 on the trail. The watch clocked 6.2 miles for the round trip.
Scritta in data 6 gennaio 2024
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angarone
Hamilton, NJ122 contributi
gen 2024 • Famiglia
The < 1 hour suggestion is ridiculous. We went a total of 5.78 miles and spent well over two hours. The waves were fabulous. We hiked all the way to the end and watched the sunset. We saw a monk seal and dozens of albatross. After sundown the stars fill the night sky. Rarely have I seen so many stars. There is no light pollution. The hike is flat and easy.
Scritta in data 1 gennaio 2024
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Travelwife
Tennessee63 contributi
giu 2023
We parked & hiked on the North side. When I got out of our Jeep there was window glass everywhere. We did not have our windows broken into, but obviously someone before us did. It was hot & the hike to the point was long. We only saw 1 seal, which was disappointing, but happy I saw at least 1. We saw it about 1/4 mile from the parking lot. I wish we had turned around there. At the end, we saw nesting Albatross which was cool. I wish anyone could drive along the road & not just locals. I don't really think it was worth the hike all the way to the end. It would have been better to drive to the end. If I had to do it again, I would have parked & walked around near the parking the lot & not have gone to the point.
Scritta in data 7 luglio 2023
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Sean C
Haleiwa, HI1.378 contributi
dic 2022
You need to be a HI resident and obtain permit to be able to access this park. Great area for 4X4 access, hikes, and private secluded beaches. You can see whales breaching (in season), sea turtles, dolphins, and plenty of seabirds. Great place to hit the beaches for the day without anyone around you.
Scritta in data 9 gennaio 2023
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lmiller808
Isole Hawaii, HI127 contributi
nov 2022 • Coppie
We arrived later than we wanted, around 9am, but there was a nice steady breeze. Bring lots of cold water and sunscreen!!! We hiked from the Waianae side to the point and back. It's a much easier walk due to the path being rocks and dirt instead of shifting sand (on the Haleiwa side). The last part of the hike had a slight landslide, so the trail was narrow and tricky. Wear closed toed shoes and you're fine. We saw about a dozen albatross, and one monk seal.
Scritta in data 18 novembre 2022
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Mike F
Antigo, WI320 contributi
lug 2022
Beautiful place. Came here for a couple hours with grandparents and my 4 and 5yo. We walked and explored the tidepools which are very cool and all over. The view in every direction is amazing. We unfortunately did not see any seals and did not make it all the way to the point, but definitely a place to return to!
Scritta in data 18 agosto 2022
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ITRT
Virginia38.572 contributi
mar 2022
Ka’ena Point State Park is a remote coastline park that overs hiking, picnicking, fishing and sea glass searching. It wraps around the northwest corner of Oahu and has two sections: the Keawa’ula Section on the west side and the Mokuleia on the north shore. There is no way to drive from one section to the other. We visited the Mokuleia section. A marked trail will take you to the westernmost point of Oahu is Kaena Point. Ka’ena means “the heat” and was named after the brother of Pele, the goddess of volcanoes and fire. According to legend, this is the place where souls of ancient Hawaiians would jump off in the spirit world to unite with their ancestors. The hike is 2.7 miles one-way along a volcanic coast with tide pools. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
Scritta in data 7 maggio 2022
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Carrie0693
Madison, AL1.839 contributi
mar 2022
Decided to hike from the end of North Shore this time and it was different and amazing. If I did it again I'd rent a 4wheeler. I felt safe and I'm a 50yr old woman who is not in the best of shape. I got to see seals and turtles both times I hiked. If I go again I'd bring my family here. There were so many private beaches that you'd have all to yourself and when I made it to the gates of Ka'ena Point I got to see the birds. Saw much more on the hike along the shore than inside gates but I got my exercise.

Tips for State of Hawaii - you need bathrooms. Everyone is having to use the potty the other way and wow in some areas the heat makes you smell it bad.

Glad I wore hiking shoes and brought plenty of water. I read reviews and glad I did. I made sure to have ice cold water waiting for me inside my car.

Take ur time and make sure you hike along the shore. The turtles and seals love this area and it's NOT crowded at all. It's like the LOCAL hangout.
Scritta in data 28 aprile 2022
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Alaina T
5 contributi
apr 2022 • Coppie
This hike was very well worth it. You get to see some outrageous views! It takes about two hours to walk to the point taking the coastal trail. It’s very beautiful and it may take you less time if you don’t stop every few minutes to catch the views (like we did) but I definitely recommend that you do!! Wear hiking shoes and bring water and a light jacket. Wear sunscreen. WE SAW MONK SEALS (3 of them) 🦭🦭🦭. The walk back was brutal on us because we don’t hike often so that two mile journey back to the parking lot was hard. But it was worth it in the end.
Scritta in data 20 aprile 2022
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Mike P
Anchorage, AK1.773 contributi
mar 2022 • Famiglia
We began the 2.86 mile (one way) hike on the Haleiwa side of the trail. With the ocean on one side and the mountain range on the other, it is a spectaculat hike. It is easy hike following a dirt road. Arriving at the point, we saw albatross nesting and Monk seals resting on the rocks. There are no facilities, water,etc so you need to carry everything in and out.
Scritta in data 26 marzo 2022
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