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20-Oct-2016 21:46

Extreme inclines and declines throughout entire 11 miles. Loose rocks underfoot and from eroding cliffs above. I highly recommend going the entire distance in one day because the camping is MUCH better at Kalalalu.

If you are afraid of heights and ledges you are not going to like miles 6.5 to 8! I've only hiked the first two miles in to Hanakapi'ai Beach and back and it was a fantastic hike! About 13.5 tough miles if you want to do a day hike (which I have and it's great).

DLNR State Parks Fees and Permits Latest info about campsite closures from DLNR.

Read the latest article from The Garden Island Newspaper about funding for fixing the Kalalau trail.

Also, do you have any idea the general weather for that time of the year for hiking the trail? Yes - you should always attempt to get permits for camping.

The State DLNR does not make it easy, but at least you'll have a good story when the rangers check.

My question is: Is it worth camping there an extra night?

If so, what would be do at Kalalau for the extra day (ie: day trips, or just sit on the beach). I went to Kalalau today and wished I could have spent the night. There is plenty of great exploring at Kalalau - just watch out for the ocean and loose rock zones.

The best thing is to pack your stuff to keep it dry and go for it. Hi, I am hiking the Kalalau trail in November and plan to do it in one day (both ways)and am very excited.Its not that bad, but you do need to be cautious and bring plenty of water or water filter! Aloha We are coming to kauai to hike Napali Coast early October with our 6 & 8 year old children. What do you know about trail safety, drop-offs, etc. How far is Hanakoa falls from the beginning of this trail? Then again, if someone took younger children I should hope I could make it :-) If you hike / walk / run on a regular basis this hike is very doable in 1 day. We're very light campers and were wondering if it was cool to harvest the Taro to make poi. Thanks for the compliment Mitch and the interesting question.Also, how to get there without a car as we don't want to leave a rental car at the trailhead for 6 days. Hello, We're considering hiking the Kalalua Trail (entire hike) in November and are wondering what the conditions are typically like then. November can be nice but I know better than to predict conditions after 30 years on Kauai. I ran the trail in 2 hrs 16 minutes once and have hiked with a pack in 4 hours. Also if the Taro is relatively easy to find along the streams. Taro does grow wild down the Na Pali but I have never eaten Kalo from there.That said, there are many sources of food down the Na Pali. We are hoping to backpack the Kalalua trail in the middle of March, 2008.Do you know if you need a permit that time of the year?

The best thing is to pack your stuff to keep it dry and go for it. Hi, I am hiking the Kalalau trail in November and plan to do it in one day (both ways)and am very excited.

Its not that bad, but you do need to be cautious and bring plenty of water or water filter! Aloha We are coming to kauai to hike Napali Coast early October with our 6 & 8 year old children. What do you know about trail safety, drop-offs, etc. How far is Hanakoa falls from the beginning of this trail? Then again, if someone took younger children I should hope I could make it :-) If you hike / walk / run on a regular basis this hike is very doable in 1 day. We're very light campers and were wondering if it was cool to harvest the Taro to make poi. Thanks for the compliment Mitch and the interesting question.

Also, how to get there without a car as we don't want to leave a rental car at the trailhead for 6 days. Hello, We're considering hiking the Kalalua Trail (entire hike) in November and are wondering what the conditions are typically like then. November can be nice but I know better than to predict conditions after 30 years on Kauai. I ran the trail in 2 hrs 16 minutes once and have hiked with a pack in 4 hours. Also if the Taro is relatively easy to find along the streams. Taro does grow wild down the Na Pali but I have never eaten Kalo from there.

That said, there are many sources of food down the Na Pali. We are hoping to backpack the Kalalua trail in the middle of March, 2008.

Do you know if you need a permit that time of the year?

The difficulty of this trail and remote location of Kalalau Valley make this a pristine nature experience off the beaten trail.