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hamama falls is a 1.5 mile out and back trail located near Kaneohe, Hawaii that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Cameron Williamson (39)

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was all around a excellent view and is amazing when you get to the top. However there are some steep inclines and it is a little difficult to find a good parking place.

Crystal Angelo (40)

3 Completed1 Reviews

Ludia Batad (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful hike, great for families. Couple steep
points, not difficult and worth the waterfall at the end.
The pool is a little crowded but enjoyable. It gets crazy when it's raining but a very wonderful experience. Did it on Saturday and went back the next day...

Samantha Barros (43)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Just went today!!!! Amazing hike, would for sure go again!! A little steep at some parts but the waterfall at the end is sooo worth it!!! Perfect for kids and pets! Good running work out!

Carla Gosline (195)

10 Completed2 Reviews

Great family hike. My kids, 4 and 9, loved it. It was a little steep near the end, but they did great and loved it. Take water and bug spray. Path is wide and well maintained. There is a swimming spot about 10-15 minutes before you get to the actually falls.

Thomas Delano (145)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Nice easy hike. Parked in residential neighborhood and hiked up to waterfall on gravel road. Some parts of trail get muddy, not too bad though. bring insects repellent and water.

Aaron S. (318)

Nice hike with a gentle slope, jumping in the falls at the end is a pleasant reward.

Puss Small Boots (12475)

90 Completed61 Reviews

Its a pleasant walk to the first fall but I wonder if we are trespassing on Board of water supply land.

Farrell Dalsing (106)

2 Completed1 Reviews

enjoyed this hike with the waterfall at the end. We parked on a residential street and the gate sign made us think it was closed but it was easy to go around through an opening in the fence after we saw other people on their way out. It was quite an incline a couple of time in the last third of the trail. Glad we had water and mosquito repellent. gravel trail was really easy to walk on and follow throughout. it appears that the falls generate a water source for the town due to many pump stations along the trail.

Corey Hurd (237)

12 Completed8 Reviews

Nice little hike up a gravel road. Plenty of splinter trails to explore. I look forward to going up again.