Natural Hawai'i

Hikes in Lanai

 hiking lanai
 

Lanai does not offer a lot of hiking trails. The Munro Trail is an easier hike while the Kuolanai is classified as rugged and dangerous. The Koloiki Ridge Trail offers spectacular views.

Munro Trail:

Trailhead Directions: Rte. 440 to first major gravel road to the right, at the Y-intersection go left.

Highlights: highest point, Lanaihale 3,370 feet, Norfolk pines, eucalyptus, ironwoods, ferns and wildflowers.

Type: 7-mile dirt road which is popular with off-roaders so keep your eyes and ears open for the roar of engines.

Kuolanai Trail:

Trailhead Directions: Rte. 440 to first major gravel road to the right at the  Y-intersection go left across from Maunalei Gulch.

Type: rugged & dangerous footpath.

Highlights: leads to the coast.

Koloiki Ridge Trail

Directions: Starts near the Four Seasons Lodge at Koele.

Type: five mile hike along the Koloiki Ridge Trail.

Please note: Check with the hotel concierge about trail conditions as certain sections of the trail can become dangerous or even impassable during rainy season.

 

Things To Do Hikes in Lanai
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