A landslide along the Kuhio Highway has closed the road that leads to Hanalei and the Kalalau...Read More
Hawaii State Parks has announced that the Kalalau Trail to Hanakapiʻai (parking in Hāʻena SP) is slated to reopen on Saturday, May 2 for access for ocean recreation, mauka trail use, and general exercise.Read More
As of June 17, 2019, the Kalalau Trail is officially reopened and ready for visitors.
Hāʻena State Park and Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park (Including the Kalalau Trail) were closed in April 2018 due to severe flooding and damage to the parks and roads after several storms that hit Kaua’i’s north shore.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More