One of the most common questions asked is “Is the trail open today?” or “Will the trail re-open by tomorrow?” Trail closures are controlled by the State of Hawaii, Department of
National Geographic recently posted an article by Maryellen Kennedy
Jamie VanBuhler is publishing a coffee table book of the
If you plan to visit Kalalau, please plan ahead, get
The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) has produced a new safety video designed for visitors of the Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park's Kalalau Trail. The video was designed to inform hikers about hike preparation and the risks of the trail.
Carla Herreria wrote a recent article for the Huffington Post about the Kalalau Trail. She appropriately titled the article: The Kalalau Trail Is Hands Down The Most Incredible Hike In America.
The Kalalau Trail is mentioned all the time by different
Hanakapi’ai Falls made FoxNews’ article on the World’s most amazing
Competitor.com recently published an article by Courtney Johnson that listed
The Kalalau Trail has been listed on yet another top 10 list. This time on "10 American Hikes That Should Be On Your Bucket List". Here's what they had to say about the Kalalau Trail.
As was reported by many news agencies this week, there were several hikers stranded along the Kalalau Trail on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 when the Hanakapiai Stream was swollen due
The Kaua‘i Fire Department airlifted 32 stranded hikers from the Kalalau Valley Wednesday evening after rising waters made the Hanakapiai Stream impassable.
The DLNR has just recently changed the rule concerning when camping permits are needed when hiking the Kalalau Trail. You used to be able to hike to Hanakoa and back without a permit. The new rule states that you need a permit to hike past Hanakāpīʻai Valley.
5 of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models were filmed on location around Kauai. Hailey Clauson, Emily Di Donato, Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Irina Shayk all came to Kauai along with 13 members of their crew to shoot their part of this year's iconic magazine.
The Kaua‘i Fire Department has airlifted over 60 people from the Kalalau Valley today after multiple streams became impassable. One male hiker suffered a non-life threatening injury and was flown to Princeville Airport, where awaiting medics transported him to Wilcox Hospital.
County spokeswoman Sarah Blane said the Kauai Fire Department reported about 10 individuals were stranded on the far side of Hanakapiai Stream around 4 p.m. on Monday. Ocean Safety personnel made contact with the group and provided them with food and water to remain overnight, since weather conditions did not allow for a rescue.