Hamama Falls

Hamama Falls is a 3.8 mile out and back trail located near Kaneohe, HI that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.8 miles 1328 feet Out & Back
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Jordan Fotouhi

1 Completed0 Reviews

An easy and enjoyable short hike. Entrance is at the end of the road through a hole in the side of the chain fence. Path is a mix of gravel and packed dirt, becoming a bit more rugged as you continue towards the top. Steep at some points, but mostly a mild climb. Was dry when we went, but would definitely be very muddy after rain. There are some side trails you can take that are more rugged, and I do suggest taking them as they are pretty cool and lead to some hidden gems. There is a look out point near the top with a great view of the valley below and the ocean in the distance. The waterfall at the top isn't large, but is still very beautiful and peaceful to be around. Took about an hour and 45 minutes to get to the top and back down with stops at different points to enjoy the views. Enjoy!

Tom Matelski

5 Completed1 Reviews

Absolutely great hike that is family friendly. The falls were still great despite the lack of rain lately.

Bradley W.

Great hike, kid friendly. The trail itself is a mix of hard packed earth and gravel. There are some overlooks that offer good photo ops. Like everyone else has alluded to, if it's recently rained expect the trail to be slippery.

Sarah Walton

1 Completed1 Reviews

Cara Cazinha

4 Completed1 Reviews

Really good hike! Very slippery when wet! Be careful if it had been raining!

Robert Simpson

1 Completed1 Reviews

Wonderful views and amazing waterfalls. Trail can be slippery when wet.

Carlee Mason

1 Completed1 Reviews

It's a great hike. Muddy, so wear good shoes, so you don't slip. It's steep on your way up, but once up you will have a chance to cool off. Take the road the whole way up. May feel like you are never gonna get there, but you will. Parking is fine and bring water. Good hike in a secluded area. Feels like Jurassic park a bit.

Andrew Maxfield

12 Completed5 Reviews

Great time. Easy hike up a gravel path. Falls at the end are very nice and refreshingly cool!! Many state department workers w/ vehicles did not seem to mind a bit we were hiking up the path, despite the sign on the gate at the bottom.

Ellen Mitsoglou

3 Completed2 Reviews

Great waterfall hike! Takes about 40mins to climb to the falls. You have to go thru a cut fence that says NO TRESPASSING but I saw that know one actually listens to the sign. Anyhow it's a hot climb so bring lots of water.

Christopher Branyord

7 Completed7 Reviews

Good hike, gravel road all the way to the falls. You have alternate routes if you choose to make it more interesting. Really nice and quiet all the way up hearing the creek. There is a gate at the entrance way that through me off not knowing the way to the trail.