Kalaheo Hillside

Once you get started it a pretty straight forward singletrack ( depending on what way you go).It can also be a loop too that winds up the hill. There’s a side trail that will help you get to the top faster about a 1/4 of the way in. The trail is PROPERLY MAINTAINED by locals. …

Ohana Trail

Ohana Trail is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Kailua, Hawaii. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Ohana Trail bike trail in Kailua.


Some single track with a jeep trail

Kuli’ou’ou Ridge

The trail is all climb going up 1.5 miles, there is a rest area up top, a Green painted covering with a picnic table. The way back is all downhill with a few very short low grade climbs. Epic trail, rocks of all sizes, roots, some pine needles, lush green jungle like scenery. Tight switchbacks, …

Kealia Trail

This particular trail is an out and back. It does link up with Peacock Flats at the top, where you will find a picnic table and covering, however this is an individual trail. Out and back is 3.4 miles. You will have to hike/climb up much of it if you go this route. Usually we …

St. Louis Trail

St. Louis Trail is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Waikiki, Hawaii. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of St. Louis Trail bike trail in Waikiki.

Makawao Forest Reserve

Makawao Forest Reserve is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Makawao, Hawaii. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Makawao Forest Reserve bike trail in Makawao.

Maunawili Ditch Trail

main trail is easy doubletrack with many intermediate level singletrack side trails


uphill ride when the weather wont allow trail ride- great views

Haleakala Downhill Mtb Ride

You begin the ride at the end of the road past all of the parking lots where the green cattle guard is, (this is the beginning of the Skyline Trail). This trail can lead you all the way to the service road that you must take to ride to get down the rest of the …

Hau`ula Loop Trail

Hau`ula Loop Trail begins on the right side of the access road, just past the hiker/hunter check-in station. Where the trail branches off, take the right fork which climbs up the adjoining ridge. It crosses Waipilopilo Gulch, then travels makai (towards the ocean) on the next ridge overlooking Kipapau Valley to return back across the …