Category Archive: Hawaii Adventure Travel

Kauai’s Napali Coast: How to find the wilderness beyond the people-jam at the Kalalau Trail

The northwest coast of Kauai—which is itself the most northwesterly of the major Hawaiian Islands—is roadless and wild, where knuckle-sets of 2,000-foot-high cliff heads greet the pounding Pacific. At road’s end past Hanalei… Continue reading

King’s Trail is a walk on Maui’s wild side

Not far from where the road ends beyond ritzy Wailea, the rugged King’s Trail begins its 12-mile run along the island’s arid and out-there south coast. The trail dates from King Pi’ilani in… Continue reading

Crawling Nualolo Cliff Trail

Most people think exploring Kauai’s roadless Napali (The Cliffs) coast means driving to the end of the road on the north shore and embarking on the 11-mile odyssey that is the Kalalau Valley… Continue reading