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HAMAMA FALLS ( WAIHEE VALLEY ) HD "Waydes World Hawaii"

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Published on May 6, 2010

HIKE (Easy/Moderate) "CHILD FRIENDLY" "REQUESTS" to give out the exact location of the trailhead to this hike. I AM SORRY, I can not do so in RESPECT for da aina and da locals who have told me not to as well as this is an UNSAFE location during Flash Floods and heavy rain, also the land is owned by the Board of Water supply...Please respect that. If you wish to find this trailhead you must do so on your own. This secluded and easy trail to Hamama Falls in Kahaluu at the back of Waihee Valley is great for families. This easy to get to gem of a waterfall is in a restricted area on Private Property and that is why most folks have not been there and tourists have never heard of it. You must pass through a locked fence to your left where a large hole has been cut for hikers to get through. This property is owned by the Board of Water Supply and the truth is the Board just doesnt want you messing with the water supply, swimming in the LARGE POOL at the start of the trail or trashing the place so if this is your first time heading on this trail respect the land please. The Board seems to be cool with locals that use the path for walking or exercise. This is a 3 mile total hike. Its about 2 hour total hike time depending how long you stay at the falls and you may just want to stay for a while and have lunch. A bonus feature of the hike is a second waterfall called Waihe'e Falls. That Hike starts about 100 yards away from Hamama Falls on your left down a hill next to a large vine Banyan tree and across the stream. Its a rough trail through the forest to find it and many have got lost here because the trail is so faint because so few travel it. Any trail that is unmarked is not wise to take unless you are with those who know what they are doing and where they are going. Never go off a main trail if you are not sure. You can get lost within a short walk off a trail, trust me! I did and have MARKED Waihe'e Falls, but locals don't always take kindly to trails being marked and I have no issues with that...Waihe'e Falls trail is a PIG HUNTING TRAIL...be warned...DO NOT TAKE DOGS on this trail on Hunting days...Boars are present on trail and I have crossed paths with them several times.

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