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I've written up some advice about this hike here: The most amazing hike i've done. Watch out during rains or for any sudden change in stream level. Is it possible to make it to Kalalau by nightfall if we start early in the morning? I noticed someone mentioned taking young children - is this advisable?

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.

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.

Trail conditions may range from muddy puddles to dry, crumbly rock.

Eroding cliffs and big surf sometimes take out small sections of trail. Strong currents and flash flooding can occur at river crossings.

in Hawaiian - is one of the most beautiful and remote areas on Kaua‘i.

The strenuous eleven-mile Kalalau Trail winds along this rugged coastline, providing the only land access to legendary Kalalau Valley.

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).

Also, we're wondering if the stop in Hanakoa is worthwhile, or if it's better to continue on to Kalalua Beach. Hanakoa falls is beautiful but I have always hiked the entire trail in one day because the camping so superior at Kalalau. Yes, the trail is narrow but I have never feared for my life. Don't know how it would compare to the Kalo cultivated in Hanalei.

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Hiking on Kauai any time of year is pretty much the same in terms of temperature. Light shorts and top that can get wet then dry multiple times during the day are the best.