Printable Topographic Map Once you are at the park proceed up the dirt road to the chain link gate. The gate will have regulation and safety information signs on it. Please read the signs and proceed up the road. This road is an easy hike through the lush forest of Kamananui Valley. Along the way you will see numbered post that are references for a brochure once handed out to the public by the Moanalua Gardens foundation. The Na Ala Hele program will be placing new interpretive signs at these sites. The road is unimproved and is only used by vehicles for management. Permits are not issued for public vehicle use of this road. The road has seven bridges that are accompanied with stream fords (armored stream crossing). The road is a total of 4 miles from beginning to end. Making it 8 miles round trip. At roughly 2˝ miles up the road on your left is the Kulana’ahane trail.
Directions: From Honolulu - Heading west on Lunalilo Fwy I-H1. Near Middle Street keep left on Rte 78. Continue to "Moanalua Valley" Exit 19B, - Once off the highway turn right on Ala Aolani Street. Continue on Ala Aolani to the back of the Moanalua valley - The Moanalua Valley Park is at the end of the road. Park in the park and continue up the little dirt road. Note: The gate is locked and the park is closed at a certain hour. The time should be posted on the gate. Trail Information: Stay on the trail. Pack out at least what you pack in. No open fires.Dog Owners: Hunting may be in progress on or near this hiking trail. Hunting dogs may be off-leash while engaged in the hunt. Hikers must keep their dogs leashed at all times and remove dog waste while on this trail.
Mountain Bikers: Always yield to hikers. Do not slide around corners or slide down the trail. Careless mountain biking damages the trail and causes erosion. If accidents are reported or damage to the trail is extreme, the trail may be closed to mountain bikers.To report problems, incidents or trail damage: Click Here
or call 808-973-9782
Camping is allowed on this Trail: Click Here
Trail Announcements: For Current Trail Warnings, Conditions, or Events Click Here
Hiking Safely in Hawaii Brochure: Click Here
Current Trail Maintenance Report on Facebook: Click Here
Oahu Weather Forecast: Click Here
Bus Route Information: Click Here
Do not use any trail or access road that is not delineated by name and
color and that may also be displayed on these maps. The marked features
are managed for public recreational use. Other trails or roads that branch
off from the public features may be on private property, and are not
managed for any public recreational use. Access is subject to adjacent
landowner approval, and if used without authorization, you will be trespassing
and possibly putting yourself at risk.