The Big Island of Hawaii is an outdoor playground for hikers and nature-lovers. In fact, The Big Island is one of the most ecologically diverse locates on the planet, where you can find nearly every climate (4 of the 5 major climate zones) – from tropical monsoon and ice tundra, to desert to temperate, all within an hour drive of one another. It’s a truly remarkable place, especially considering it’s only 4,028 square miles. So, with so many types of land to explore, it’s a good idea to plan ahead. With that, let’s take a look at some of the best hiking trails, tours, and preparations for the trip ahead of you.
Best Big Island of Hawaii Hiking Trails
1. Waipi’o Valley
Round-trip is 6.5 miles with a medium to hard difficulty level, this trail is located in Kohala on the Northern part of the Big Island.
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