Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +41/ -31 ft
Total: 21 riders
Mountain Biking Kaena Point
#10 of 33 mountain bike trails in Hawaii
The begining is part of a 4X4 playground but it is good for bike handeling and makes the first miles of warm up great. With the pacific ocean to your right keep riding until you come to the nature reserve and gate. Once there make sure to stay on the path, and ride it to the end. It splits halfway, the lower one is a nice ride but the upper one has a great view. Ride late in the afternoon to see a great Hawaiian sunset!
First added by supermike21008000 on Apr 28, 2008. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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On Oahu: From Kamehameha Hwy turn onto rte 930 to Farrington Hwy and drive all the way to the end.
Perfect trail for a beginner like me, couple area to narrow and dangerous that I had to hike my bike through. The trail is use both by hikers and bikers so be prepared to slow down. Some of the areas are really rough mostly on the Waianae side. I really enjoyed it for my first trail ride.Thank |
The views are epic but the quality of riding is pretty boring.Thank |
First 2 miles are a rutted, rocky workout. Past the boulders and gate is an absolutely beautiful coastline ride, albeit not the most challenging terrain. Be sure to stop and look around. At the 5 mile mark, you reach a parking area accessible from the other side and turn back. A couple spots where you must throw your bike on your shoulder and climb through the rocks, and some sand here and there. A great way to see the nature preserve.Thank |
Short fun ride with some varying terrain. Mostly roads featuring some whoops rocky ascents and descents and sandy ruts. Singletrack for short stretches is often sandy but mostly rideable.Thank |