Nuʻalolo Cliffs Trail
Hawaii hikers

UPDATE: 9/24/20 - OAHU - Starting Sept. 24th  groups of five people will be allowed in OPEN State Parks, as well as, State beaches and trails.  Canopy-type structures are not permitted at this time at State parks, beaches and trails.

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9/24/20 - OAHU - Starting Sept. 28, Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area will be CLOSED during weekdays for HECO work.

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9/22/20 - OAHU - Comfort Stations at Sand Island SRA are currently CLOSED for repairs.

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9/18/20 - HAWAII ISLAND - All State Coastal & Beach Parks on the island of Hawaii Remain CLOSED Through September 30, 2020. This measure mirrors the Mayor\'s Covid-19 Emergency Rule No. 11.

 

Nuʻalolo Cliffs Trail

Trail Length 2.1 miles
Activity Pedestrian
Difficulty Moderate
Terrain None
Elevation Gain 780 ft
Park Name Kōkeʻe State Park

Route

The trail starts near the 3.0 mile point on the Awaawapuhi Trail and meets the Nuʻalolo Trail between the 3 mile and 3 1/4 mile markers. The trail skirts the upper rim of the precipitous Nuʻalolo Valley and permits a “loop” route from the head of Awaawapuhi Trail to Kokee State Park Headquarters or vise versa.

Additional Info

THE NU’ALOLO CLIFFS TRAIL HAS REOPENED AS OF NOVEMBER 2017

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.